Sinopec's Shegli oilfield in China, one of that country's larger production fields, announced this morning that it had disconnected itself from the Internet. Early, developing, reports indicate a cyberattack, vaguely characterized by Reuters as "ransomware that hobbled big business across the globe," presumably either NotPetya or WannaCry.
Ukraine's security services and central bank have warned that country to be on the alert for a fresh wave of cyberattacks—the financial sector is thought likely to be especially targeted.
The Russia-connected Turla cyberespionage group is back and luring targets with phishbait that looks like a note from Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy inviting recipients to save the date for October's G20 meetings in Hamburg.
Wapack Labs reports signs of possible Russian attempts at GPS spoofing directed against Black Sea maritime traffic.
Another initial coin offering, this one for the Enigma platform, has been hacked by crooks—they made off with some $500,000.
This past Friday US President Trump signed an order elevating US Cyber Command to the status of a Unified Combatant Command. The move, in the works for several years, has met with general approval.
Investigations into last week's jihadist attack in Spain see unusually far-flung connections to Brussels, Wales, and Maryland.
After the Charlottesville rioting, industry remains uneasy about the role it should play in policing extremist content online. The Electronic Frontier Foundation warns tech executives that such content-policing is a slippery slope.
GCHQ apparently knew the FBI intended to nab Marcus Hutchins in Las Vegas.