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IT security is seen as “Department of No”. As #cybercrime economy grows fast, they want to limit the damage employees can cause.
But going too far can lead to security fatigue, resulting in reckless and impulsive behavior.
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Over 200k victims were targeted via the iSpoof fraud website, which was taken down by Scotland Yard’s #cybercrime unit.
100 people arrested.
Almost 20 people every minute were being contacted by scammers - stealing reported £50m.
Active #malware campaign ongoing disquising as legitimate SecureVPN app.
Main purpose of the app modifications is to extract sensitive user data and actively spy on victims’ messaging apps.
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⚠️ #Ransomware breach can also lead to gross public humiliation.
Daixin gang said Air Asia, who lost data of 5M passengers and all employees, had so chaotic and poorly-secured IT infra that it refuses to repeat the attack.
2023 #cybersecurity trends:
More attacks on "real economy" - food 🌾 transport 🚢 energy ⚡ medical 💊
Rising number of political hacktivists 🦹
Ransomware towards critical infra 🏭
Rise of embedded phishing pages on legitimate sites 🎣
ISO 27001, the world's leading information security standard, got an update for the first time in 9 years. What has changed when comparing 2013 vs. 2022 versions of ISO 27001 and how are these updates visible on Cyberday?