PurpleUrchin’s freejacking. Bluebottle versus the banks. A supply-chain attack on a machine-learning framework. The ransomware leaderboard. And cyber ops in a hybrid war.
The PurpleUrchin freejacking campaign. Bluebottle activity against banks in Francophone Africa. The PyTorch framework sustains a supply-chain attack. 2022's ransomware leaderboard. Cellphone traffic as a source of combat information. FBI Cyber Division AD Bryan Vorndran on the interaction and collaboration of federal agencies in the cyber realm. Our guest Jerry Caponera from ThreatConnect wonders if we need more "Carrots" Than "Sticks" In Cybersecurity Regulation. And two incommensurable views of information security.
An analysis of the PurpleUrchin campaign. (CyberWire)
Bluebottle observed in the wild. (CyberWire)
PyTorch incident disclosed, assessed. (CyberWire)
2022 Year in Review: Ransomware (Trustwave)
For Russian Troops, Cellphone Use Is a Persistent, Lethal Danger (New York Times)
No Water’s Edge: Russia’s Information War and Regime Security (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)