ASOC Monthly Security Bulletin

Our July Security Bulletin covers the following topics:

  • 440 Milions of Android users affected by obnoxious advertising that can render phone unusable.
  • New breaches affecting private data of more than 20 millions of US residents investigated in AMCA and Desjardins Group.
  • High severity vulnerabilities patched in Linux kernel, Dell support software and Cisco’s DCNM.
  • Cyber criminals continue to evolve their methods with new attack vectors and techniques to avoid detection.
  • Two cities in Florida, US decided to pay ransomware gangs more than US $1 mln.

Оur May Security Bulletin covers the following topics:

  • 540 Million Facebook user records leaked… Not their fault though
  • Facebook black market with 385K users found
  • Cybercrimes pays off- $2.7 Billion according to the FBI
  • Yahoo offers $117.5M settlement in data breach lawsuit
  • Zero trust. Your privileged users could be one of your biggest weaknesses

Оur April Security Bulletin covers the following topics:

  • Facebook stored passwords in plain text for years. And they say it’s ok.
  • Smart car alarms bring more threats than security.
  • Incident response and how to improve it.
  • 1.8 Million Users Attacked by Android Banking Malware
  • Google Fined $1.7 Billion for Anti-Competitive Practices in Online Advertising

Оur March Security Bulletin covers the following topics:

  • CriptoCurrency fraud has gone mobile
  • Your Smart Coffee Maker is Brewing Up Trouble
  • Super Mario – from an adorable plumber to ransomware trouble maker
  • IoT devices and the threats they bring with them
  • Google Android devices no longer need passwords

Оur February Security Bulletin covers the following topics:

  • The Cyber Jackpot has been hit. The winners – all malicious actors who now have access to 773M credentials dumped on the dark web.
  • Google has been slapped with the largest so far $57M GDPR slap.
  • How to hack a company with a box of doughnuts?
  • What’s the cost of a cyber-attack and can you afford one?
  • The Data Privacy Day and Data Privacy development throughout the years.

Оur December-January Security Bulletin covers the following topics:

  • Amazon sends 1,700 Alexa voice recordings to a random person
  • How secure the secure messaging apps really are?
  • Malicious memes on Twitter
  • Facebook in hot water yet again
  • Most used passwords for 2018

Оur November Security Bulletin covers variety of interesting topics:

  • Stuxnet on steroids strikes Iran- allegedly
  • IoT- the bigger the interconnectivity, the bigger the security implications
  • The new DiskCryptor ransomware- what it does and how to protect ourselves from it
  • How safe is Facebook actually? Private messages from at least 81K accounts put on the market. Nearly 120 million more to come…
  • Are you paying for your Ford with your privacy data?
  • Threat predictions for industrial security in 2019
  • Marriott reveals data breach of 500 million guests
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In our October Security Bulletin you will find out information about:

  • The big risks for the small business and how to mitigate them
  • Artificial Intelligence: The good, the bad & the cyber unknown
  • Facebook- Third-Party Apps breach concerns, Millions of people “get” the bug and the Cambridge Analytica fine
  • US Advanced Weaponry Is Easy to Hack, Even by Low-Skilled Attackers
  • Google cracks down on malicious extensions… and its own Google+

Our September Security Bulletin covers variety of interesting topics:

  • Why Elon Musk invites hackers to torpedo Tesla firmware
  • New trends in the world of IoT threats
  • The 4 new smart office security risks and how to mitigate them
  • Your web applications are more vulnerable than you think
  • The five weakest links in cybersecurity that target the supply chain
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The August Security Bulletin prepared by our Advanced Security Operations Center (ASOC) is already out. You will find out information about:

  • Which are the latest cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats?
  • GDPR phishing or fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information?
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The July Monthly Security Bulletin prepared by our Advanced Security Operations Center (ASOC) is already out. You will find out information about:

  • Which are the latest cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats?
  • Should users of IoT robot vacuums have concerns?