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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 #75 - December 11, 2023

CISA Warns of Russian Hackers Targeting JetBrains Software

Source: Data Breach Today

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is warning that a Russian military intelligence unit is actively exploiting a vulnerability in JetBrains TeamCity, a widely used software product that allows developers to manage and automate software building, testing and releasing.

Digital Dangers in Medicine: Hackers’ Terrifying Obsession with the Healthcare Industry

Source: The Cyber Express

Cybercriminals, in a strange twist of fate, have developed a worrying fixation on the very core of our society—the healthcare sector. This peculiar ‘romance’ between the inherent vulnerabilities of healthcare infrastructure and the unyielding attention of cyber attackers is concerning. In the first three months of 2023 alone, the U.S. government’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) was within the healthcare industry. 

Norton Healthcare Ransomware Hack: 2.5 Million Personal Records Stolen

Source: Security Week

Kentucky healthcare organization Norton Healthcare is informing about 2.5 million individuals that their personal information was compromised in a ransomware data extortion hack earlier this year. The incident was identified on May 9, 2023, and involved unauthorized access to certain network storage systems for two days, the company said.

Lazarus Exploits Log4Shell to Deploy Telegram-Based Malware

Source: Data Breach Today

North Korean hacking group Lazarus Group is exploiting Log4Shell to target manufacturing, agriculture and physical security sectors, resulting in the deployment of a tailored implant on compromised systems.

Flaws in Delta OT Monitoring Product Can Allow Hackers to Hide Destructive Activities

Source: Security Week

Critical vulnerabilities in a Delta Electronics operational technology (OT) monitoring product can allow hackers to hide destructive activities from the targeted organization’s employees. The affected product is Delta’s InfraSuite Device Master and the existence of the vulnerabilities came to light in late November, when advisories were published by the US cybersecurity agency CISA and Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI).



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