Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-10-15

Introducing a new phishing technique for compromising Office 365 accounts


Multiple members of QQAAZZ, a multinational cybercriminal group, were charged today in the US, Portugal, Spain, and the UK for providing money-laundering services to several high-profile malware operations including Dridex, Trickbot, and GozNym.


U.S. Bookstore giant Barnes & Noble has disclosed that they were victims of a cyberattack that may have exposed customers’ data.


50000 home cameras reportedly hacked, footage posted online


Ubisoft, Crytek data posted on ransomware gang’s site – Ransomware gang also threatened to leak the source code of an upcoming Ubisoft game.


Iranian state hacker group MuddyWater linked to Thanos ransomware deployments


New Emotet attacks use fake Windows Update lures


Organizations worldwide – including Travelex – have been sent letters threatening to launch DDoS attacks on their network unless a $230K ransom is paid.


Two New IoT Vulnerabilities Identified with Mirai Payloads


Health Data Breaches in 2020: Ransomware Incidents Dominate – In 2020, 444 breaches affecting more than 21 million individuals have been reported


Morgan Stanley Fined $60 Million for failure to properly oversee the decommissioning of several data centers


Singapore tightens security requirements for new home routers


Treasury Dept. Advisory Shines Spotlight on Ransomware Negotiators


The Important Difference Between Cybersecurity And Cyber Resilience (And Why You Need Both)


Cybersecurity: The Human Challenge – Findings from a global survey of 5, 000 IT managers


Cybersecurity exercise boosts preparedness of EU Agencies to respond to cyber incidents


Disobey 2021 Hacker Challenge is live!


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