US unseals cases against PRC intelligence officers. Daixin ransomware is an active threat. FBI warns of Iranian threat group. Iran’s nuclear agency discloses hack. Hybrid war and threats to infrastructure.
Breaking: US unseals three cases against Chinese intelligence officers. CISA says Daixin Team ransomware is an active threat. The FBI warns of Iranian threat group's activity. Meanwhile the Iranian nuclear agency says its email was hacked. Norway is concerned about threats to oil and gas infrastructure. A drop in ransomware correlates with Russia's hybrid war. Ann Johnson from Afternoon Cyber Tea speaks with AJ Yawn from ByteChek about breaking into the cybersecurity industry. Josh Ray from Accenture describes threats to the satellite industry. And cyber offense may be proving harder than thought.
#StopRansomware: Daixin Team (CISA)
Iran Hackers Behind Attempt on US Election Are Still Active (Gov Info Security)
FBI warns of ‘hack-and-leak’ operations from group based in Iran (The Record by Recorded Future)
Iran's Atomic Energy Agency Says Its E-Mail Server Was Hacked (RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty)
Iran says ‘specific foreign country’ behind hacktivist leak of atomic energy emails (The Record by Recorded Future)
Norway PM: Russia poses ‘real and serious’ cyber threat to oil and gas industry (The Record by Recorded Future)
Ukraine war cuts ransomware as Kremlin co-opts hackers (The Telegraph)
Q&A: Kenneth Geers on the cyber war between Ukraine and Russia (The Record by Recorded Future)