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Each week we compile an advisory on the latest threats, trends and newsworthy topics from the cyber security industry affecting small and medium enterprises. Join our subscribers below and help us prevent cybersecurity breaches.


Issue #104 - July 1, 2024

Bay Area Credit Union Struggles to Recover After Ransomware Attack

Source: Dark Reading

Tens of thousands of customers of Bay Area credit union Patelco remain without access to their accounts, following a crippling ransomware attack on the 88-year-old financial institution. The June 29 attack forced the credit union to shut down several of its key banking systems in a measure to contain damage and remediate the issue.

Online Personal Data Protection Law Takes Effect in Texas

Source: The Texan

A new data privacy law has gone into effect this week with the objective to provide safeguards for internet users. House Bill (HB) 4 went into effect on Monday, July 1 with the aim of protecting Texans’ personal information collected through third-party entities.

Ethereum mailing list breach exposes 35,000 to crypto draining attack

Source: Bleeping Computer

A threat actor compromised Ethereum's mailing list provider and sent to over 35,000 addresses a phishing email with a link to a malicious site running a crypto drainer. Ethereum disclosed the incident in a blog post this week and said that it had no material impact on users.

Prudential Financial now says 2.5 million impacted by data breach

Source: Bleeping Computer

Prudential Financial, a global financial services company, has revealed that over 2.5 million people had their personal information compromised in a February data breach. According to an 8-K form filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Prudential detected the incident on February 5, one day after the attackers (a suspected cybercrime group) breached its systems and accessed administrative/user data and employee/contractor accounts.

Critical Vulnerabilities Found in Rockwell PanelView Plus

Source: Data Breach Today

Microsoft has disclosed critical vulnerabilities in Rockwell Automation's PanelView Plus products that could enable remote code execution and denial-of-service attacks by unauthenticated attackers. The two security flaws enable hackers to execute code remotely or can lead to information disclosure or a DoS condition.



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