Hacktivist discipline is inversely correlated with sincerity of commitment.
Hamas and Israel exchange accusations in a hospital strike. Using Gazan cell data to develop intelligence, and using hostages' devices to spread fear. Black Basta ransomware is out and about, again. Qubitstrike is a newly discovered cryptojacking campaign. Preparing for post-quantum security. Tim Starks from the Washington Post looks at one US Senator’s ability to gum up cyber legislation. In the Learning Layer, N2K's Sam Meisenberg explores the challenges and best practices of rolling out a large-scale corporate re-skilling program. And attention people of Pompei: that volcano alert is bogus. Probably.
On this segment of Learning Layer, N2K's Sam Meisenberg is joined by Phil, an N2K client who leads Talent Development at a large telecommunication company. They discuss the challenges and best practices of rolling out a large-scale corporate re-skilling program, including increasing learner engagement, accountability, and the importance of internal talent development and recognition.
Growing Concern Over Role of Hacktivism in Israel-Hamas Conflict (Infosecurity Magazine)
Hamas Hijacked Victims’ Social Media Accounts to Spread Terror (New York Times)
SpyNote Android malware spreads via fake volcano eruption alerts (BleepingComputer)