Record GDPR fine. Movements in the cyber underworld. FBI found to have overstepped surveillance authorities.
The EU fines Meta for transatlantic data transfers. FIN7 returns, bearing Cl0p ransomware. Python Package Index temporarily suspends new registrations due to a spike in malicious activity. Typosquatting and TurkoRAT. UNC3944 uses SIM swapping to gain access to Azure admin accounts. A Turla retrospective. Rick Howard tackles workforce development. Our guest is Andrew Peterson of Fastly to discuss the intricate challenges of secure software development. And the FBI was found overstepping its surveillance authorities.
Meta Fined $1.3 Billion Over Data Transfers to U.S. (Wall Street Journal)
Cybercrime gang FIN7 returned and was spotted delivering Clop ransomware (Security Affairs)
RATs found hiding in the NPM attic (ReversingLabs)
Mozilla Explains: SIM swapping (Mozilla)