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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 #71 - November 13, 2023

22 Energy Firms Hacked in Largest Coordinated Attack on Denmark’s Critical Infrastructure

Source: Security Week

Hackers compromised 22 energy organizations in a coordinated attack against Denmark’s critical infrastructure, non-profit cybersecurity center for critical sectors SektorCERT reveals. As part of the attack, which occurred in May 2023, the hackers compromised the victim organizations within a few days, making this the largest attack against Danish critical infrastructure to date.

Truepill Mail-Order Pharmacy Hack Affects Nearly 2.4 Million

Source: Info Risk Today

A virtual pharmacy and mail-order prescription drug firm is notifying about 2.36 million patients of a hacking incident that compromised their sensitive information. In the past week, attorneys have filed at least six proposed federal class action lawsuits related to the breach.

Ransomware gang files SEC complaint over victim’s undisclosed breach

Source: Bleeping Computer

The ALPHV/BlackCat ransomware operation has taken extortion to a new level by filing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission complaint against one of their alleged victims for not complying with the four-day rule to disclose a cyberattack.

Rackspace Ransomware Costs Soar to Nearly $12M

Source: Dark Reading

Rackspace's 2022 ransomware attack costs only continue to mount, with lawsuits in the offing — and show the long-tail costs of a cyberattack. Financial disclosures filed over the past year show that Rackspace Technology has continued to rack up expenses and losses following last year's December ransomware attack on one of its hosted Microsoft Exchange servers.

Ransomware Group Leaks Files Allegedly Stolen From Boeing

Source: Security Week

The notorious LockBit ransomware group has leaked gigabytes of files allegedly stolen from the systems of aerospace giant Boeing. LockBit recently named Boeing on its leak website, claiming that “a tremendous amount of sensitive data” has been stolen, but later removed the company from its site, saying that negotiations had started.



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