Infosec products of the month: November 2022
Infosec products of the month: November 2022
November 30, 2022
Help Net Security
The new Security Posture Management product from Abnormal gives security teams immediate visibility to each of the potential entry and exit points to the cloud email platform.
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A cruel business email compromise (BEC) gang is hacking people's email accounts and sending messages to their contacts claiming the account owner needs to send a gift to an unwell friend in an attempt to manipulate people into sending online gift cards.
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Abnormal Security has released Security Posture Management, its newest addition to the product portfolio as the company progresses toward delivering the cloud email security.
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Abnormal Security announced today its newest addition to the product portfolio as the company progresses toward delivering the most comprehensive cloud email security in the market. The latest innovation protects customers from emerging email platform attacks that are increasing in volume and severity as attackers find new ways to target organizations.
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Abnormal Security, founded in 2018, uses an AI-based cloud-native email security platform that leans on behavioral data science to stop socially engineered and other unique email attacks that can evade traditional secure email gateways.
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Cybersecurity experts have found evidence of criminals posing as powerful multinational legal firms to scam victims into paying for work that never existed.
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Popular international law firms including Deloitte, Monlex International, Dentons, and Sullivan & Cromwell have been impersonated by business email compromise group Crimson Kingsnake in "blind BEC attacks," which were initially detected in March, reports BleepingComputer.
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Cybersecurity researchers have spotted crooks impersonating major law firm powerhouses to try and trick people into making payments for bogus work.
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Abnormal Security is tracking a threat actor dubbed “Crimson Kingsnake” that’s launching business email compromise (BEC) attacks by impersonating attorneys, law firms, and debt recovery services.
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Researchers have identified a new business email compromise (BEC) group that has been impersonating legitimate attorneys, law firms and debt recovery services in order to trick accounting employees into paying fake invoices.
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A new threat group called Crimson Kingsnake is impersonating real law companies and debt recovery services to intimidate businessess into paying bogus overdue invoices.
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Big Law firms including Kirkland & Ellis, Dentons, and Clifford Chance among others have been targeted by a business email phishing group that uses a sophisticated typosquatting approach to trick recipients. Scammers in the group, named “Crimson Kingsnake,” impersonate lawyers from prominent law firms in emails with invoices for overdue payment of services, a report says. Abnormal Security said it has identified 92 domains linked to the threat actor, all similar to genuine law firm sites.
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The identity of 19 law firms and debt collection agencies, including BigLaw outfits like Hogan Lovells and White & Case, have been used in a business email compromise scam identified.
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A business email compromise (BEC) group dubbed 'Crimson Kingsnake' has recently been spotted impersonating well-known international law firms to trick recipients into approving overdue invoice payments.
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A business email compromise (BEC) group named 'Crimson Kingsnake' has emerged, impersonating well-known international law firms to trick recipients into approving overdue invoice payments.
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Prominent venture capital firm Madrona Venture Group today released the latest edition of its IA40 list, an annually published list of 40 promising intelligent application startups.
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Now that the hybrid and remote working models have forever changed IT environments for security teams, it’s become more challenging than ever for security pros to determine what passes for normal behavior.
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CommonSpirit Health says system hit by ransomware attack
October 13, 2022
Chief Healthcare Executive
The system says it is working with law enforcement and cybersecurity experts. Some hospitals have rescheduled patient appointments and some systems are offline.
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Criminals have found a novel way to intercept wire transfers for down payments. Can a small team of Secret Service agents prevent your worst real estate nightmare?
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A new and particularly sneaky business email compromise (BEC) campaign has been spotted that sees victims forwarded an email chain, seemingly coming from their boss, instructing them to send on funds.
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Turkey-based threat group Cobalt Terrapin has been deploying a more sophisticated business email compromise campaign involving both vendor and executive impersonation since July, ZDNET reports.
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Business email compromise scammers are getting savvier with their lures - and new attack groups are emerging.
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A strategy to prevent data breaches and minimize damages from compromised systems is not only essential but also in need of continual updating. Attacker techniques, and the tools that are available to thwart them, are always evolving. Here are 10 of the innovators who are working to shape the future of breach prevention.
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John Scrimsher, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Kontoor Brands, shares how he built and developed the company’s cybersecurity program
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