If you’re using Office 365, you wouldn’t want to miss this news: Online scammers are carrying out a highly customized spear-phishing campaign to steal Office 365 users’ credentials and attack organizations internally. Get yourself informed and read on. What makes it different from other scams? The new threat comes in the form of spear phishing, […]
Too much security news, and too little time? Let me summarize the highlights for you in my weekly InfoSec recap video. This week I cover two trojans targeting point-of-sale (POS) computers, a few software updates, a targeted spear phishing campaign spreading Android malware, and the record-breaking SpamHaus DDoS attack, which didn’t really break the Internet despite some reports. Click play for the details
Despite the upcoming holiday season, information security (infosec) news hasn’t slowed, with plenty of interesting new infosec stories this week. If you want a quick recap of the highlights, check out our short video below.
This week’s episode covers interesting new malware that leverages new command & control channels or targets specific victims, lots of zero day exploits being sold on vulnerability markets, a security industry murder mystery, and much more. If you’d like the latest information security updates, watch below.
This week’s security news round-up includes a story about an old Coca-Cola network breach, the results of Anonymous’ Fawkes Day fiasco, a little Twitter password hiccup, and lots of software security updates. If you have a little extra time on Fridays to catch up on the latest information security news, watch the video below.