Collective defense in cyberspace. Notes on gangs, privateers, and hacktivist auxiliaries. Amazon Prime Day is now a commercial holiday (like Black Friday): crooks have noticed–stay safe.
NATO considers Article 5 in cyberspace, while Cyberattacks conducted in the Russian interest target the NATO summit. Anonymous Sudan remains a nuisance-level irritant. Cl0p's surprising use of MOVEit exploits. Asylum Ambuscade is a case study in privateering. There are reports of a breach at Razer. An indictment in a cyber incident at a California water treatment facility. Genesis Market's fire sale. Carole Theriault on the data Amazon customers provide with some suggestions on curbing it. Our guest is Dmitry Bestuzhev, senior director in Cyber Threat Intelligence for Blackberry. And Amazon Prime Day is upon us–the crooks have noticed.
A Cybersecurity Wish List Ahead of NATO Summit (SecurityWeek)
Threat group testing more sophisticated DDoS hacks, authorities warn (Cybersecurity Dive)
Asylum Ambuscade: crimeware or cyberespionage? (WeLiveSecurity)
Crimeware Group Asylum Ambuscade Ventures Into Cyber-Espionage (Infosecurity Magazine)
Razer investigates data breach claims, resets user sessions (BleepingComputer)
Razer gets pwned as hackers steal source code (Cyber Security Connect)
Razer Cyber Attack: Gaming Hardware Giant Faces Data Breach (The Cyber Express)
Tracy Resident Charged With Computer Attack On Discovery Bay Water Treatment Facility (US Attorney for the Northern District of California)
Tracy Man Charged With Computer Attack On Discovery Bay Water Treatment Facility (Contra Costa News)