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FBI identifies wallets holding cryptocurrency funds stolen by North Korea

FBI identifies wallets holding cryptocurrency funds stolen by North Korea

The U.S. FBI warned that North Korea-linked threat actors may attempt to cash out stolen cryptocurrency worth more than $40 million. The Federal Bureau of Investigation shared details about the activity of six cryptocurrency wallets operated by North Korea-linked threat actors. The wallets hold roughly 1,580 Bitcoin (roughly $41 million at the current rate) that … Read more

Introducing the 2023 Intern-ets!

Introducing the 2023 Intern-ets!

This year, Cloudflare welcomed a class of approximately 40 interns, hailing from five different countries for an unforgettable summer. As we joined both remotely and in-person across Cloudflare’s global offices, our experiences spanned a variety of roles from engineering, product management to internal auditing and marketing. Through invaluable mentorship, continuous learning, and the chance to … Read more

Google Workspace to gain AI-enabled security, digital sovereignty controls

Google Workspace to gain AI-enabled security, digital sovereignty controls

Google has announced enhancements to its Workspace productivity and collaboration suite that it claims will reduce security risks for distributed workforces. The company uses Google AI to improve data loss prevention (DLP) controls in Drive, implement new zero-trust controls, classify data in Drive, and automate the protection of sensitive information in Gmail. New data sovereignty … Read more

Salt Security Partners with API Testing Leaders, introduces STEP programme

Salt Security Partners with API Testing Leaders, introduces STEP programme

Salt Security, the API security company, has announced its Salt Technical Ecosystem Partner (STEP) programme, which the company says makes it easier and faster for enterprises to leverage the deep API adaptive intelligence Salt provides to reduce risk throughout their API ecosystem. Salt is integrating its AI-driven API security insights across organisations’ existing workflows and … Read more

Container security probes provide continuous penetration testing

Container security probes provide continuous penetration testing

Containerized applications bring many benefits — they are a fast way to deploy software across multiple computing environments. But securing containers is a challenge, since their unique attributes, particularly their ephemeral nature, means that they have been treated differently by security professionals in comparison to other endpoints. Penetration testing and offensive assessment, for example, are … Read more

Generative AI fueling significant rise in cyberattacks

Generative AI fueling significant rise in cyberattacks

Threat actors’ use of generative AI has fueled a significant rise in attacks worldwide during the last 12 months. That’s one of several key findings from Deep Instinct’s latest Voice of SecOps Report, which surveyed 652 senior cybersecurity experts from companies with more than 1,000 employees. The research also revealed that the pressure to address … Read more

Five processes every organisation needs for successful BizDevOps

Five processes every organisation needs for successful BizDevOps

BizDevOps in a nutshell Many organisations claim to be data-centric and data-driven. Making informed decisions based on what their organisation’s data is telling them. But how many organisations can truly say they have an effective and operational Data Management framework in place? The good news is that it is relatively easy to remove the toil … Read more

Carderbee APT targets Hong Kong orgs via supply chain attacks

Carderbee APT targets Hong Kong orgs via supply chain attacks

A previously unknown APT group, tracked as Carderbee, was behind a supply chain attack against Hong Kong organizations. Symantec Threat Hunter Team reported that a previously unknown APT group, tracked as Carderbee, used a malware-laced version of the legitimate Cobra DocGuard software to carry out a supply chain attack aimed at organizations in Hong Kong. … Read more