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Weekly INK

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 #27 - January 9, 2023

Regulator Eyes Revamped Data Breach Reporting Requirements

Source: Data Breach today

Update Would Be First Revision of Rules for Telecommunications Sector Since 2007. Citing the mounting severity of data breaches, the Federal Communications Commission on Friday initiated a rule-making process to update breach reporting requirements for telecommunications carriers.

New FDA authority for medical device security signals big changes for manufacturers

Source: SC Media

For the last decade, healthcare provider organizations have borne the brunt of securing the expansive, complex medical device ecosystem. And most of even the best-equipped health systems struggle (and don’t) close all medical device security risks. But all that may soon change, at least for premarket device submissions.

Misconfigured PostgreSQL Used to Target Kubernetes Clusters

Source: infoRisk Today

Kinsing Malware Targeting Kubernetes Environment, Oracle Flaw. Researchers have found that Kinsing malware gained access to Kubernetes servers by exploiting misconfigured and exposed PostgreSQL servers. The threat actors gained access by exploiting weakly configured PostgreSQL containers and vulnerable container images.

Research confirms threat actor impersonating cryptocurrency firm on Telegram

Source: SC Media

A month after Microsoft revealed that a threat actor was targeting using Telegram to connect with cryptocurrency VIPs and infect them with malware, another firm has found additional evidence of malicious actors using tactics to impersonate legitimate actors in the cryptocurrency space.

The number of cloud apps delivering malware nearly tripled in 2022

Source: SC Media

Netskope reported Jan. 10 that more than 400 distinct cloud applications delivered malware in 2022 — nearly triple the amount seen the year before. The researchers also found that 30% of all cloud malware downloads in 2022 originated from Microsoft OneDrive.


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