The CyberWire Daily Podcast 12.13.22
Ep 1722 | 12.13.22

Uber’s breach. Phishing in Ukraine’s in-boxes. What’s Russia been up to anyway? (Not the same thing, probably, NATO would be up to.) And the ransomware leader board.

Show Notes

Uber sustains a third-party breach. A phishing campaign hits Ukrainian in-boxes. The enduring riddle of why Russian offensive cyber operations have failed in Ukraine. Joe Carrigan on credit card skimming. Carole Theriault describes a UK food store chain that uses facial recognition technology to track those with criminal or antisocial behavior. And 2023’s ransomware-as-a-service leader board.

Selected reading.

Uber suffers new data breach after attack on vendor, info leaked online (BleepingComputer)

Uber has been hacked yet again with code and employee data released online (SiliconANGLE)

Uber hit by new data breach — what you need to know (Tom's Guide)

Uber’s data breach. (CyberWire)

Ukrainian railway, state agencies allegedly targeted by DolphinCape malware (The Record by Recorded Future)

Cyber Operations in Ukraine: Russia’s Unmet Expectations (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) 

The most prolific ransomware groups of 2022 (Searchlight Security)