Every Saturday, the CyberWire takes a look back in the Week that Was, a narrative summary of the past seven days' significant cyber security news. Designed for busy professionals who need a week-to-week perspective on developments and trends, the Week that Was provides context for the breaking stories of the day. Every issue is organized topically, with inline links to sources the reader can follow for amplified detail. Like the Daily News Briefing, the Week that Was is delivered to subscribers by email, free and spam-free.
NSA discloses CryptoAPI vulnerability. PoC exploits released for Citrix flaw. Fancy Bear suspected in Burisma hack.
The US is on alert for Iranian cyberattacks. APT33 focuses on the electric sector. Austria's Foreign Ministry hacked.
Drone strikes and asymmetric retaliation. Microsoft vs. Thallium. Cloud Hopper revisited. More on Ryuk. Policy notes, and industry news.
Gangnam Industrial Style. Ransomware operators exfiltrate data. Wawa data breach.
Phishing procurement agencies. Hacking Telegram accounts. Anchor malware prioritizes stealth.
Iranian threat actors have a new wiper. China fires its Great Cannon. Dridex gang indicted and sanctioned.
Kittens in the ICS? Someone must own that server that exposed four terabytes of PII. Google Play's Sandworm infestation. Louisiana vs. ransomware. Gekko...
DPRK still busy in cyberspace. Pemex recovering from ransomware. GridEx V. APT33 is back. Industry news and legal notes.
Security for off-off-year elections. Facebook Groups data access issue. Pegasus in India. BlueKeep. Legal, industry notes.
Lawfare against spyware. DTrack in Kudankulam. Influence campaigns. Industry and policy notes.
False flags, criminal connections, and deniable operations. Industry notes, and news in superposition.