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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 #59 - August 21, 2023

Jury Finds 2 Teenagers Perpetrated Lapsus$ Group Hacks

Source: Data Breach Today

A London jury convicted two British teenagers of a raft of computer crimes, blackmail and fraud undertaken while the duo had been core members of adolescent hacking group Lapsus$. Victims included multibillion-dollar and multinational companies Nvidia, Uber and Rockstar Games.

Monti Ransomware Deploying New Linux Encryptor

Source: Info Risk Today

A ransomware campaign by the recently emerged Monti ransomware group is targeting victims with a new Linux variant of its malware. The threat group is the latest in a growing number of ransomware groups finding profit in going after Linux infrastructure.

Tesla Sues 2 Former Employees Over Insider Data Breach

Source: Data Breach Today

Tesla says it is suing two former employees for perpetrating a May data breach that exposed personal information for 75,735 current and former employees.

Navigating Student Data Leaks: A Need for Collaborative and Ethical Solutions

Source: The Cyber Express

Student data leaks cause distress among families, amplifying concerns when health details of those with special needs are sold online. In the tender tapestry of innocence, children stand as fragile blossoms, each petal holding dreams, vulnerabilities, and hopes yet to unfold. Yet, this very innocence is looked upon as an opportunity by hackers, who often try to attack the most vulnerable.

Cuba Ransomware Exploits Veeam Vulnerability

Source: Data Breach Today

The Cuba ransomware group is exploiting a bug in data backup software exposed in March, warn security researchers. The Russian-speaking gang is deploying a combination of new and old tools, including a high-severity vulnerability in a backup application made by software developer Veeam.



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