The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.4.24
Ep 2081 | 6.4.24

Ransomware hit causes pathology paralysis.

Show Notes

Ransomware disrupts London hospitals. Researchers discover serious vulnerabilities in Progress' Telerik Report Server and Atlassian Confluence Data Center and Server. Over three million people are affected by a breach at a debt collection agency. A report finds Rural hospitals vulnerable to ransomware. An Australian mining firm finds some of its data on the Dark Web. Google patches 37 Android vulnerabilities. Russian threat actors target the Summer Olympics in Paris. On our Industry Voices segment, we are joined by Sandy Bird, CTO at Sonrai. Sandy discusses the risks of unused identity infrastructure. The Amazon rainforest goes online.

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CyberWire Guest

On our Industry Voices segment, we are joined by Sandy Bird, CTO at Sonrai. Sandy discusses the risks of unused identity infrastructure. You can learn more about Sonrai’s work in this area by reviewing their Quantifying Cloud Access Risk: Overprivileged Identities and Zombie Identities report.

Selected Reading

Critical incident declared as ransomware attack disrupts multiple London hospitals (The Record)

CVE-2024-4358, CVE-2024-1800: Exploit Code Available for Critical Exploit Chain in Progress Telerik Report Server (Tenable)

Atlassian’s Confluence hit with critical remote code execution bugs (CSO Online)

Debt collection agency FBCS leaks information of 3 million US citizens (Malwarebytes)

Rural hospitals are particularly vulnerable to ransomware, report finds (CyberScoop)

Australian rare earths miner hit by cybersecurity breach (Mining Weekly)

37 Vulnerabilities Patched in Android (SecurityWeek)

Russia used fake AI Tom Cruise in Olympic disinformation campaign (Computer Weekly)

The Internet's Final Frontier: Remote Amazon Tribes (New York Times)

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