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New devious #ransomware schemes:
🏥 Targeting healthcare web consultations by sending them booby-trapped medical records for the “patient”
📥 Carefully "forging" inboxes of company execs to imply they were involved in insider trading
#Cybersecurity researcher finds that your car's (e.g. Hyundai, Nissan, Honda) mobile app may allow hackers to remotely unlock, turn on the engine or honk the horn.
➡️ See details of exploiting vulnerabilities to bypass authorisation
⚠️ Agrius is an Iran-aligned #cybercrime group, targeting victims e.g. in Israel and the UAE.
They launched a supply-chain attack abusing Israeli software to deploy a wiper malware to numerous customer organizations.
Attack details >>
Florida man, part of #cybercrime gang, stole 20 M$ from crypto wallets utilizing SIM swapping, sentenced to 18mo and to pay back earnings.
⚠️ SIM-swap problems are why e.g. many authorities no longer recommend using SMS-based 2FA.
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?