Security risks in the hardware and software supply chains. Patches and proofs-of-concept. A look at recent incidents hitting major corporations. Online surveillance and social credit in Russia.
Apple patches actively exploited iOS 17 vulnerability. Qakbot's survival of a major takedown. BADBOX puts malware into the device supply chain. LoonyTunables and a privilege-escalation risk. Scattered Spider believed responsible for cyberattack against Clorox. Sony discloses information on its data breach. In today’s Threat Vector segment, Chris Tillett, Senior Research Engineer at Palo Alto Networks and member of the Advisory Board at Titaniam Labs, joins host David Moulton to delve inside the mind of an insider threat. Dave Bittner sits down with Eric Goldstein, Executive Assistant Director at CISA, to discuss shared progress against the ransomware threat. And the Kremlin tightens control over the Russian information space.
On this segment of Threat Vector, Chris Tillett, Senior Research Engineer at Palo Alto Networks and member of the Advisory Board at Titaniam Labs, joins host David Moulton to delve inside the mind of an insider threat.
Apple emergency update fixes new zero-day used to hack iPhones (BleepingComputer)
Apple Warns of Newly Exploited iOS 17 Kernel Zero-Day (SecurityWeek)
Clorox Warns of a Sales Mess After Cyberattack (Wall Street Journal)
Sony confirms data breach impacting thousands in the U.S. (BleepingComputer)
Sony sent data breach notifications to about 6,800 individuals (Security Affairs)
Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, October 4, 2023 (Institute for the Study of War)