Fears of Russian escalation, with both chemical and cyber weapons, rise. DPRK APTs exploit Chrome vulnerabilities. Mustang Panda is back. Arrests made in the Lapsus$ case.
Fears of Russian escalation as Ukraine’s counteroffensive sees successes. Warnings of possible Russian cyberattacks gain context from attribution of the Viasat incident and two US unsealed indictments. CISA continues to recommend best practices. North Korean APTs exploit Chrome vulnerabilities. Mustang Panda is back. David Dufour from Webroot on ransomware gangs and cartels. Our guest is Liliana Monge of Sabio Coding Bootcamp on creating opportunities for those looking to pursue a career in tech. And boy, boy, your wild ways will break your mother’s heart.
Counteroffensive in Ukraine Shifts Dynamic of War (New York Times)
Ukrainian forces claim to destroy a Russian landing ship. (New York Times)
A month into the Russian invasion, Ukraine is still mostly online (The Record by Recorded Future)
Countering threats from North Korea (Google)
New Mustang Panda hacking campaign targets diplomats, ISPs (BleepingComputer)