France and the United Kingdom called for global limits on commercial spyware, warning that unchecked growth of the industry can threaten global internet security. The two nations are part of a multistakeholder working group that includes Microsoft and the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs.
Operations resumed Monday at four major Australian ports incapacitated by a cybersecurity incident. Dubai-based DP World took systems offline Friday, provoking what government officials called a significant outage frustrating the movement of goods in and out of the country.
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A San Diego public hospital is diverting ambulances and patients to other facilities as it is dealing with a cyberattack this week. The medical center is the latest on a growing list of regional hospitals forced to suddenly shift patients to neighboring entities due to a cybersecurity crisis.
Nearly the entire population of Maine has been affected in a global cyberattack the Russian ransomware gang Clop launched earlier this year that targeted Progress Software's popular MOVEit file transfer service. The state is just one of thousands of high-profile victims swept up in the attack.
A ransomware attack affecting the New York financial services subsidiary of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China resulted in disruptions to the U.S. Treasury market. Close observers of the criminal underground say ransomware-as-a-service group LockBit is responsible.
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A shared IT services provider and its five Ontario member hospitals say their recovery from a Daixin Team ransomware attack in October could last into December as the group rebuilds its IT network. Meanwhile, the outage will continue to disrupt patient services, including diagnostics and treatments.
A Russian digital extortion gang behind a raft of attacks on file transfer applications is now targeting a newly patched vulnerability in SysAid IT support software. Attacks can lead to ransomware and data theft, tweeted Microsoft late on Wednesday.
This week, mortgage lender Mr. Cooper recovered from a cyberattack, ChatGPT struggled with distributed denial-of-service attacks, a cybercrime group’s business model was exposed, hackers stole data of loyalty club members of Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, and more.
The battle against synthetic identity fraud has reached a critical point, as credit repair companies now play a major role in exacerbating this pervasive form of fraud. Synthetic identity fraud now comprises 85% of all identity fraud cases, with up to $20 billion in annual losses.
This week, the trial of the alleged Mango Markets hacker was delayed, Bitfinex reported a "minor" cybersecurity incident, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sought summary judgement in the Terraform Labs case and the U.S. Department of Treasury designated a Russian money launderer.
Security company CrowdStrike said it had observed Iranian hacker group Imperial Kitten, also known as TA456, Crimson Sandstorm and Tortoiseshell, conducting web compromise operations between 2022 and 2023 to infiltrate Israeli logistics, transportation and technology companies.