Sat.Jan 21, 2023

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Chinese Group Targeting Vulnerable Cloud Providers, Applications

Data Breach Today

Crypto Mining Campaign Targets Public Cloud Environments, Increases Security Risks Cybersecurity researchers say a Chinese for-profit threat group tracked as 8220 Gang is targeting cloud providers and poorly secured applications with a custom-built crypto miner and IRC bot.

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Cybercrime The World’s Third Largest Economy After the U.S. and China


Cybersecurity Ventures released a new report that showed cybercrime is going to cost the world $8 trillion USD in 2023. Cybercrime


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Around 19,500 end-of-life Cisco routers are exposed to hack

Security Affairs

Researchers warn of about 19,500 end-of-life Cisco VPN routers on the Internet that are exposed to the recently disclosed RCE exploit chain.

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Publisher’s Weekly Review of A Hacker’s Mind

Schneier on Security

Publisher’s Weekly reviewed A Hacker’s Mind —and it’s a starred review! “Hacking is something that the rich and powerful do, something that reinforces existing power structures,” contends security technologist Schneier ( Click Here to Kill Everybody ) in this excellent survey of exploitation.

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Everything You Need to Know About Crypto

Speaker: Ryan McInerny, CAMS, FRM, MSBA - Principal, Product Strategy

This exclusive webinar with Ryan McInerny will teach you all about cryptocurrency and NFTs! Register to learn more about identifying crypto transactions, crypto asset market trends, managing risk and compliance, and supporting customers and partners using crypto-based payments.

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The Irish DPC fined WhatsApp €5.5M for violating GDPR

Security Affairs

The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) fined Meta’s WhatsApp €5.5 million for violating data protection laws. The popular messaging app WhatsApp has been fined €5.5m by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) for violating the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).