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The Art of Extortion: Cybercriminals Build Up Blackmail Tactics

When it comes to cyber extortion, attackers are constantly on the hunt for new ways to put pressure on victims to pay up.

Ransomware, Data Breaches, Extortion

Decipher Podcast: Troy Hunt

Lindsey O'Donnell-Welch talks with Troy Hunt, founder of Have I Been Pwned, about the biggest challenges facing the security industry when it comes to credential stuffing and data breaches.

Podcast, Data Breaches

Mimecast Says Attackers Stole Certificate, Targeted Customers’ Email

Email security firm Mimecast said attackers stole a certificate some of its customers use to authenticate to some of its cloud services.

Data Breaches

Stopping SolarWinds Backdoor with a Killswitch

Some news for security operations teams investigating their networks for signs that nation-state attackers had deployed the Sunburst malware via the SolarWinds' Orion network monitoring technology: FireEye has identified a killswitch that would stop the malware from executing in infected networks.

Data Breaches, Malware

Home Depot Settles With States Over 2014 Data Breach

The home improvement giant reached a $17.5 million settlement with 46 states and Washington, DC to resolve the investigation into the data breach that compromised the payment information of 40 million customers who used self-checkout terminals at its stores in the United States and Canada.

Data Breaches