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Decipher Podcast: Brian Donohue on the 2024 Threat Detection Report

Brian Donohue of Red Canary joins Dennis Fisher to talk about some of the surprising findings from the company's new 2024 Threat Detection Report, including why identity based attacks continue to work so well and how attackers are approaching the shift to the cloud.


DHS Charts Out AI Security Strategy

The Department of Homeland Security said cybersecurity is a significant challenge for AI and it plans to work to identify the security risks that are associated with these technologies.


Decipher Podcast: Source Code 3/15

Welcome back to Source Code, Decipher's weekly news wrap podcast with input from our sources.

Source Code

HHS to Probe Change Healthcare Attack

The Department of Health and Human Services will investigate the ransomware attack on Change Healthcare to see whether any consumer health information was compromised.

Government, Ransomware

No Easy Fix For Untangling Web of Critical Dependencies

The Change Healthcare ransomware attack shows it's difficult to map out - or even identify - the systems that would have the biggest impact if attacked.


Microsoft Fixes Critical Windows Hyper-V Flaws

Microsoft has patched critical-severity flaws in Windows Hyper-V as part of its regularly scheduled updates, which contained no zero-day flaws this month.


QNAP Fixes Critical Flaws Impacting NAS Devices

QNAP is warning of three new vulnerabilities in QTS, QuTS hero, QuTScloud and myQNAPcloud.


Microsoft Says Russian APT29 Accessed Source Code, Other Secrets

The Russian threat group known as Midnight Blizzard and APT29 gained access to some Microsoft source code repositories and other sensitive data, the company said.

Russia, Microsoft

The Far-Reaching Impacts of the Change Healthcare Attack

With a ransomware attack still impacting its payment and claims systems across the country, Change Healthcare said on Thursday that it doesn't expect key system functionalities to be restored until mid-March.

Healthcare Data Security

BEC, Credential Theft Attacks Spoof U.S. Government Agencies

Attackers are targeting U.S. organizations with phishing emails spoofing U.S. government entities and private sector companies.

Business Email Compromise

Decipher Podcast: Change Healthcare Attack Fallout

Decipher editors Dennis Fisher and Lindsey O'Donnell-Welch talk about the BlackCat ransomware attack on Change Healthcare that has crippled the company and affected the ability of thousands of health care providers, pharmacies, and hospitals to get paid and submit claims.

Podcast, Ransomware

VMware Fixes Critical ESXi, Workstation and Fusion Flaws

Two of the more severe flaws could each allow attackers with local administrative privileges on virtual machines to execute code as the virtual machine's VMX process running on the host.


Memory Safe: Daniel Cuthbert

Daniel Cuthbert, global head of cybersecurity research at Banco Santander, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about getting his first computer, a ZX Spectrum that he still owns(!), finding his way into hacking through IRC, his passion for photography, and his surprising alternate career path.


New Malware Variant Deployed in ScreenConnect Flaw Exploits

“The list of threat actors utilizing the ScreenConnect vulnerability CVE-2024-1709 for initial access is growing," researchers say.


U.S. Sanctions Makers of Predator Spyware

The Department of the Treasury has sanctioned five entities and two people associated with the sale of the Predator spyware.