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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 #15 - October 10, 2022

Blue INK Security is changing the way companies prevent security breaches

Source: AP News

October being Cybersecurity Awareness Month, there is no better time to announce the official launch of Blue INK Security. Blue INK Security, is raising the bar on how small and medium enterises (SMEs) prevent falling victim to damaging cyber-attacks. Thanks AP News, Austin Daily, WSCA, EIN Press and many others for sharing the big news.

Number of Firms Unable to Access Cyber-Insurance Set to Double

Source: Info Security

A “perfect storm” of surging threats, economic headwinds and evolving regulations will see many organizations miss out on cyber-insurance in 2023, experts have warned. Insurers have been increasing premiums whilst reducing coverage over recent months in response to the rising frequency, severity and cost of cyber-attacks. UK pricing increased 102% in the first quarter of 2022, driven mainly by ransomware, according to Marsh.

Possible Chinese Hackers Exploit Microsoft Exchange 0-Days

Source: Data Breach

No Patch Yet Available Although Exploitation Requires Authenticated Access. Hackers, possibly Chinese, are exploiting Microsoft Exchange zero-day vulnerabilities to apparently implant backdoors and steal credentials. The computing giant says it doesn't yet have a patch, telling systems administrators to instead implement workarounds.

Average company with data in the cloud faces $28 million in data-breach risk

Source: Help Net Security

Hard-to-control collaboration, complex SaaS permissions, and risky misconfigurations — such as admin accounts without multi-factor authentication (MFA) — have left a dangerous amount of cloud data exposed to insider threats and cyberattacks, according to Varonis. For the report, researchers analyzed nearly 10 billion cloud objects (more than 15 petabytes of data) across a random sample of data risk assessments performed at more than 700 companies worldwide.



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