The US National Cybersecurity Strategy is out. Red-teaming critical infrastructure. Redis cryptojacker discovered. Roskomnadzor has banned several messaging apps. And hacktivist auxiliaries continue their nuisance-level activities.
The White House releases its US National Cybersecurity Strategy. Red-teaming critical infrastructure. Redis cryptojacker discovered. Russia bans several messaging apps. Our guest is Kapil Raina from CrowdStrike with the latest on Threat Hunting. Dinah Davis from Arctic Wolf on the top healthcare industry cyber attacks. And hacktivist auxiliaries continue their nuisance-level activities.
National Cybersecurity Strategy (The White House)
White House pushes for mandatory regulations, more offensive cyber action under National Cyber Strategy (The Record from Recorded Future News)
Here's why Biden's new cyber strategy is notable (Washington Post)
How the U.S. National Cyber Strategy Reaches Beyond Government Agencies (Wall Street Journal)
Biden National Cyber Strategy Seeks to Hold Software Firms Liable for Insecurity (Wall Street Journal)
CISA Red Team Shares Key Findings to Improve Monitoring and Hardening of Networks (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency CISA)
CISA red-teamed a 'large critical infrastructure organization' and didn't get caught (The Record from Recorded Future News)
Redis Miner Leverages Command Line File Hosting Service (Cado Security | Cloud Investigation)
Russia bans foreign messaging apps (Computing)
U.S. Consulate hacked by "Putin supporters" (Newsweek)