Threat group with novel malware operates in SE Asia. Data theft extortion rises. Key findings of Cisco's Cybersecurity Readiness Index. iPhones no longer welcome in Kremlin. Russian cyber auxiliaries & privateers devote increased attention to healthcare.
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Threat group with novel malware operates in Southeast Asia. Data theft extortion on the rise. Key findings of Cisco's Cybersecurity Readiness Index. iPhones are no longer welcome in the Kremlin. Russian cyber auxiliaries and privateers devote increased attention to the healthcare sector. Chris Eng from Veracode shares findings of their Annual Report on the State of Application Security. Johannes Ullrich from SANS Institute discusses scams after the failure of Silicon Valley Bank. And BreachForums seems to be under new management.
For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
NAPLISTENER: more bad dreams from developers of SIESTAGRAPH (Elastic Blog)
Unit 42 Ransomware and Extortion Report Highlights: Multi-Extortion Tactics Continue to Rise (Palo Alto Network)
Ransomware and extortion trends. (CyberWire)
Cisco Cybersecurity Readiness Index (Cisco)
A look at resilience: companies' ability to fight off cyberattacks. (CyberWire)
Putin to staffers: throw out your iPhones over security (Register)
Black Basta, Killnet, LockBit groups targeting healthcare in force (SC Media)
After BreachForums arrest, new site administrator says the platform will live on (Record)