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SurfWatch Labs helps quickly establish a strategic cyber threat intelligence operation that drives more effective use of tactical defenses.

SurfWatch Labs helps organizations and service providers quickly establish a strategic cyber threat intelligence operation that drives more effective use of their tactical defenses. Founded in 2013 by former US Government intelligence analysts, SurfWatch Labs solutions provide a 360-degree view of cyber threats in the context of your business, along with practical and personalized support to creat

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: MyFitnessPal Breach, Carbanak Leader Arrested 03/31/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: MyFitnessPal Breach, Carbanak Leader Arrested

Under Armor announced this week that approximately 150 million users of the diet and fitness app MyFitnessPal had their personal information acquired by an unauthorized third party sometime in February 2018. As Reuters noted, it is the largest data breach of 2018 in terms of the number of records affected.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: MyFitnessPal Breach, Carbanak Leader Arrested Under Armor announced this week that approximately 150 million users of the diet and fitness app MyFitnessPal had their personal information acquired by an unauthorized third party sometime in Febr…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Orbitz Breach, Facebook Privacy Fallout 03/25/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Orbitz Breach, Facebook Privacy Fallout

Facebook has faced a week of criticism, legal actions, and outcry from privacy advocates after it was revealed that the political consulting Cambridge Analytica had accessed the information of 50 million users and leveraged that information while working with the Donald Trump campaign in 2016.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Orbitz Breach, Facebook Privacy Fallout One of the biggest data breach announcements of the past week belonged to Orbitz, which said on Tuesday that as many as 880,000 customers may have had their payment card and other personal informat…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Russia Sanctions, Mossack Fonseca Shutdown, Equifax Insider Trading 03/17/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Russia Sanctions, Mossack Fonseca Shutdown, Equifax Insider Trading

Two of the largest data breaches of recent memory were back in the news this week due to Mossack Fonseca announcing that it is shutting down following the fallout from the Panama Papers breach as well as a former Equifax employee being charged with insider trading related to its massive breach.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Russia Sanctions, Mossack Fonseca Shutdown, Equifax Insider Trading On Thursday, the U.S. government imposed sanctions against five entities and 19 individuals for their role in “destabilizing activities” ranging from interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential elect…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Payment Card Breaches, Encryption Debate, and Breach Notification Laws 03/10/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Payment Card Breaches, Encryption Debate, and Breach Notification Laws

This past week saw the announcement of several new payment card breaches, including a point-of-sale breach at Applebee’s restaurants that affected 167 locations across 15 states.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Payment Card Breaches, Encryption Debate, and Breach Notification Laws This past week saw the announcement of several new payment card breaches, including a point-of-sale breach at Applebee’s restaurants that affected 167 locations across 15 states. The malware,…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Record-Setting DDoS Attacks, Data Breach Costs 03/05/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Record-Setting DDoS Attacks, Data Breach Costs

Last week, researchers observed a 1.35 Tbps distributed denial-of-service attack (DDOS) attack targeting GitHub. It was the largest DDoS attack ever recorded, surpassing the 1.2 Tbps attack against DNS provider Dyn in October 2016.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Record-Setting DDoS Attacks, Data Breach Costs Last week, researchers observed a 1.35 Tbps distributed denial-of-service attack (DDOS) attack targeting GitHub. It was the largest DDoS attack ever recorded, surpassing the 1.2 Tbps attack against…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: W-2 Theft, BEC Scams, and SEC Guidance 02/26/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: W-2 Theft, BEC Scams, and SEC Guidance

The FBI is once again warning organizations that there has been an increase in phishing campaigns targeting employee W-2 information. In addition, this week saw new breach notifications related to W-2 theft, as well as reports of a threat actor targeting Fortune 500 companies with business email compromise (BEC) scams in order to steal millions of dollars.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: W-2 Theft, BEC Scams, and SEC Guidance The FBI is once again warning organizations that there has been an increase in phishing campaigns targeting employee W-2 information. In addition, this week saw new breach notifications related to …

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Olympic Malware and Russian Cybercrime 02/19/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Olympic Malware and Russian Cybercrime

More information was revealed this week about the Olympic Destroyer malware and how it was used to disrupt the availability of the Pyeonchang Olympic’s official website for a 12-hour period earlier this month.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Olympic Malware and Russian Cybercrime More information was revealed this week about the Olympic Destroyer malware and how it was used to disrupt the availability of the Pyeonchang Olympic’s official website for a 12-hour period e…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Cryptocurrency Attacks and a Major Cybercriminal Indictment 02/11/2018

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Cryptocurrency Attacks and a Major Cybercriminal Indictment

Cryptocurrency continued to make headlines this past week for a variety of cybercrime-related activities.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Cryptocurrency Attacks and a Major Cybercriminal Indictment Cryptocurrency continued to make headlines this past week for a variety of cybercrime-related activities. For starters, researchers discovered a new cryptocurrency miner, dubbed ADB.Miner, that inf…

Buyers Beware of Tampered Gift Cards — Krebs on Security 12/20/2017

Buyers Beware of Tampered Gift Cards — Krebs on Security

With the holiday season in full swing, be on the lookout for tampered Gift Cards, if giving them out this year.

“I just identified five fraudulent gift cards on display at my local Wal-Mart,” Gatrell said. “They each had their stickers covering their codes peeled back and replaced. I can only guess that the thieves call the service number to monitor the balances, and try to consume them before the victims can. I’m just glad I thought to check!”

Buyers Beware of Tampered Gift Cards — Krebs on Security Prepaid gift cards make popular presents and no-brainer stocking stuffers, but before you purchase one be on the lookout for signs that someone may have tampered with it. A perennial scam that picks up around the holidays involves thieves who pull back and then replace the decals that obscure the ca...

Researchers' tool uncovered website breaches which none of the sites disclosed 12/13/2017

Researchers' tool uncovered website breaches which none of the sites disclosed

The researchers determined that 19 sites had been compromised – one was a popular startup with more than 45 million active users. Despite the researchers reaching out to the websites about the breaches, not even one disclosed the breach to their customers.

Researchers' tool uncovered website breaches which none of the sites disclosed UCSD researchers' Tripwire tool uncovered website breaches which none of the sites disclosed to customers; the study is another harsh reminder about the dangers of password reuse.

Hackers Linked to Russians Target Banks From Moscow to Utah 12/12/2017

Hackers Linked to Russians Target Banks From Moscow to Utah

MoneyTaker has stolen from banks in New York, California, Utah and Moscow, primarily targeting smaller institutions with limited cyber defenses. The average haul from U.S. banks was about $500,000, and it stole over $3 million from three Russian lenders.

Hackers Linked to Russians Target Banks From Moscow to Utah A previously unknown ring of Russian-speaking hackers has stolen as much as $10 million from U.S. and Russian banks in the last 18 months, according to a Moscow-based cyber-security firm that runs…

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bitcoin Attacks Dominate Headlines, New Phishing Warnings 12/11/2017

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bitcoin Attacks Dominate Headlines, New Phishing Warnings

Several cryptocurrency exchanges were among the week’s top trending cybercrime targets due to a variety of different currency thefts, data breaches, and warnings from researchers.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bitcoin Attacks Dominate Headlines, New Phishing Warnings Several cryptocurrency exchanges were among the week’s top trending cybercrime targets due to a variety of different currency thefts, data breaches, and warnings from researchers. The most impactfu…

MITM Vulnerabilities Found in Mobile Banking Apps - Security Boulevard 12/08/2017

MITM Vulnerabilities Found in Mobile Banking Apps - Security Boulevard

A team of researchers has found issues with the validation of TLS certificates for mobile banking and other security-focused applications that could allow man-in-the-middle (MITM) attackers to decrypt their traffic.

MITM Vulnerabilities Found in Mobile Banking Apps - Security Boulevard Issues with TLS certificates validation in mobile banking and other security-focused applications could allow traffic decryption.

Bitcoin exchange NiceHash hacked, $68 million stolen | ZDNet 12/07/2017

Bitcoin exchange NiceHash hacked, $68 million stolen | ZDNet

Bitcoin mining platform and exchange NiceHash has been hacked, leaving investors short of close to $68 million in BTC.

Bitcoin exchange NiceHash hacked, $68 million stolen | ZDNet Users are watching the attacker's wallet address like hawks, waiting for any movement of their stolen coins.

Bitcoin Sites Become Hot Targets for DDoS Attacks 12/06/2017

Bitcoin Sites Become Hot Targets for DDoS Attacks

The massive surge in Bitcoin prices in recent months suddenly has made online cryptocurrency exchanges and services popular targets for distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.

Bitcoin Sites Become Hot Targets for DDoS Attacks The Bitcoin industry is now one of the top 10 most-targeted industries for DDoS campaigns. Price manipulation could be one goal, Imperva says.

PayPal's TIO Networks reveals data breach impacted 1.6 million users | ZDNet 12/05/2017

PayPal's TIO Networks reveals data breach impacted 1.6 million users | ZDNet

In total, up to 1.6 million customers may have had their information leaked, which could include personally identifiable information (PII) or potentially financial data.

PayPal's TIO Networks reveals data breach impacted 1.6 million users | ZDNet The company says evidence of "unauthorized access" has appeared during a recent investigation.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Uber’s Breach Woes, Major Cybercriminals Prosecuted 12/04/2017

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Uber’s Breach Woes, Major Cybercriminals Prosecuted

Get caught up on the latest cybercrime news, including Uber's breach and a handful of arrests and sentences related to previous breaches and fraudulent activity.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Uber’s Breach Woes, Major Cybercriminals Prosecuted Uber was the week’s top trending cybercrime target due to the announcement of a year-old breach that affects 57 million customers and drivers. In addition, the company admitted to paying the hacker…

National Credit Federation leaked US citizen data through unsecured AWS bucket | ZDNet 12/02/2017

National Credit Federation leaked US citizen data through unsecured AWS bucket | ZDNet

Information on the server, potentially impacting tens of thousands of customers, included customer names, addresses, dates of birth, driver's license and Social Security card scans, credit blueprints containing detailed financial histories, and full credit card and bank account numbers.

National Credit Federation leaked US citizen data through unsecured AWS bucket | ZDNet Tens of thousands of customers of the credit repair service are believed to be affected.

Analyst Perspective: 2018 Cybersecurity Forecast | SecurityWeek.Com 12/01/2017

Analyst Perspective: 2018 Cybersecurity Forecast | SecurityWeek.Com

Unfortunately, too many organizations use identifiers as authenticators and massive breaches like Equifax tell us this will be an even bigger problem in 2018.

Analyst Perspective: 2018 Cybersecurity Forecast | SecurityWeek.Com Adam Meyer, Chief Security Strategist at SurfWatch Labs, provides his cybersecurity forecast for 2018.

Fraud Landscape Shifts as EMV Adoption Becomes More Widespread 11/29/2017

Fraud Landscape Shifts as EMV Adoption Becomes More Widespread

Fraud is not disappearing, it’s just shifting, said Monica Eaton-Cardone, the co-founder and COO of Chargebacks911, on SurfWatch Labs recent Cyber Chat podcast.

Fraud Landscape Shifts as EMV Adoption Becomes More Widespread It’s been just over two years since the liability shift around EMV pushed retailers and financial institutions towards adopting chip-enabled cards and terminals, and the fraud landscape for cybercr…

Uber Hid 2016 Breach, Paying Hackers to Delete Stolen Data 11/27/2017

Uber Hid 2016 Breach, Paying Hackers to Delete Stolen Data

Uber disclosed that hackers had stolen 57 million driver and rider accounts and that the
company had kept the data breach secret for more than a year after paying a $100,000 ransom.

Uber Hid 2016 Breach, Paying Hackers to Delete Stolen Data The company said hackers had stolen 57 million accounts and that the breach was kept secret. In the aftermath, it fired its top security executive.

An Ethereum Startup Just Vanished After People Invested $374K 11/21/2017

An Ethereum Startup Just Vanished After People Invested $374K

A startup on the Ethereum platform vanished from the internet on Sunday after raising $374,000 USD from investors in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) fundraiser.

An Ethereum Startup Just Vanished After People Invested $374K “These were very good scammers.”

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: More Payment Card Breaches and Dark Web Arrests 11/20/2017

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: More Payment Card Breaches and Dark Web Arrests

Payment card breaches were back in the news again this week as Forever 21 announced that it is investigating a point-of-sale breach (POS) at some of its stores, and several other organizations issued breach announcements related to stolen payment card data.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: More Payment Card Breaches and Dark Web Arrests Payment card breaches were back in the news again this week as Forever 21 announced that it is investigating a point-of-sale breach (POS) at some of its stores, and several other organizations issu…

Oracle Issues Emergency Patches for 'JoltandBleed' Vulnerabilities 11/18/2017

Oracle Issues Emergency Patches for 'JoltandBleed' Vulnerabilities

The vulnerabilities are severe, with two of the bugs scoring 9.9 and 10 on the CVSS scale. Products affected include Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions, Human Capital Management, Financial Management, and Supply Chain Management, as well other product using the Tuxedo 2 application server.

Oracle Issues Emergency Patches for 'JoltandBleed' Vulnerabilities Oracle pushed out an emergency update for vulnerabilities dubbed 'JoltandBleed' affecting five of its products that rely on its proprietary Jolt protocol.

Feds charge man they say worked for 'darknet' marketplace 11/16/2017

Feds charge man they say worked for 'darknet' marketplace

From May 2015 through July 3 of this year, Wheeler worked with Cazes and others to use AlphaBay to traffic in personal access information and use these usernames, passwords, email addresses, telephone numbers and bank account numbers without authorization to obtain money, goods and services, the court filing says.

Feds charge man they say worked for 'darknet' marketplace An Illinois man who federal prosecutors say worked as a spokesman for a "darknet" marketplace for illicit internet commerce has been charged in Atlanta. Authorities have said AlphaBay was the…

Homeland Security team remotely hacked a Boeing 757 11/14/2017

Homeland Security team remotely hacked a Boeing 757

While the details of the hack are classified, Hickey admitted that his team of industry experts and academics pulled it off by accessing the 757’s “radio frequency communications.”

Homeland Security team remotely hacked a Boeing 757 A Department of Homeland Security official admitted that a team of experts remotely hacked a Boeing 757 parked at an airport.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bad Rabbit’s Parallel Attack, Paradise Papers Fallout 11/13/2017

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bad Rabbit’s Parallel Attack, Paradise Papers Fallout

The hack of a large cache of sensitive documents from the offshore law firm Appleby, which was first reported several weeks ago, has already begun to have potentially wide-reaching ramifications.

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bad Rabbit’s Parallel Attack, Paradise Papers Fallout October’s Bad Rabbit ransomware attacks were back in the news this week due to a report that a series of phishing attacks occurred at the same time as the Bad Rabbit outbreak, and the parallel atta…

WikiLeaks Starts Releasing Source Code For Alleged CIA Spying Tools 11/10/2017

WikiLeaks Starts Releasing Source Code For Alleged CIA Spying Tools

This release is the first in what WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says is a new series, Vault 8, that will release the code from the CIA hacking tools revealed as part of Vault 7.

WikiLeaks Starts Releasing Source Code For Alleged CIA Spying Tools The secret-spilling organization launches a new series where it will release the source code of alleged CIA tools from the Vault 7 series.

2nd Breach at Verticalscope Impacts Millions —  Krebs on Security 11/08/2017

2nd Breach at Verticalscope Impacts Millions — Krebs on Security

For the second time in as many years, hackers have compromised Verticalscope.com, a Canadian company that manages hundreds of popular Web discussion forums totaling more than 45 million user accounts.

2nd Breach at Verticalscope Impacts Millions — Krebs on Security For the second time in as many years, hackers have compromised Verticalscope.com, a Canadian company that manages hundreds of popular Web discussion forums totaling more than 45 million user…

Report: Attackers Hacked Nepalese Bank's SWIFT Server 11/07/2017

Report: Attackers Hacked Nepalese Bank's SWIFT Server

NIC Asia Bank, based in Kathmandu, said attackers initiated $4.4 million in fraudulent money transfers from its accounts to accounts in six other countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and Singapore.

Report: Attackers Hacked Nepalese Bank's SWIFT Server Fraudulent SWIFT money-moving attacks continue, as one of Nepal's largest private-sector commercial banks, NIC Asia Bank, says attackers tried to steal $4.4 million

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Spain-Catalonia Conflict Goes Digital, Russian Hacking Revealed 11/06/2017

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Spain-Catalonia Conflict Goes Digital, Russian Hacking Revealed

The independence movement has also been accompanied by what one Washington Post editorial described as “The great Catalonian cyberwar of 2017.”

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Spain-Catalonia Conflict Goes Digital, Russian Hacking Revealed The Spanish government was the week’s top trending cybercrime target due to a series of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) and other attacks that were orchestrated by the hacktivist group Anonymo…

Russia hackers pursued Putin foes, not just US Democrats 11/03/2017

Russia hackers pursued Putin foes, not just US Democrats

The hackers who disrupted the U.S. presidential election last year had ambitions that stretched across the globe, targeting the emails of Ukrainian officers, Russian opposition figures, U.S. defense contractors and thousands of others of interest to the Kremlin.

Russia hackers pursued Putin foes, not just US Democrats WASHINGTON (AP) — It wasn't just Hillary Clinton's emails they went after. The hackers who disrupted the U.S. presidential election last year had ambitions that stre

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