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Issue #18 - October 31, 2022

New cybersecurity standards coming to communications, water, and healthcare sectors, Neuberger reveals

Source: Industrial Cyber

As the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden works towards securing cyberspace and strengthening American critical infrastructure, Anne Neuberger, deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security advisor for cyber and emerging threats, confirmed that the communications, water, and healthcare sectors are looking at new cybersecurity standards.




REvil and Conti Ransomware Spinoffs Refine Attack Strategies

Source: Data Breach Today

'Callback Phishing' Increasingly Used to Trick Victims Into Granting Remote Access. Ransomware groups come and go, but the individuals behind them persist in bringing their hacking and extortion skills to bear as part of fresh operations.




Only 40% of organizations confident in ability to secure cloud data

Source: SC Media

Cloud Security Alliance researchers on Thursday reported that only 39% of organizations surveyed say they have high levels of confidence in their ability to secure cloud data, while only 4% report sufficient security for 100% of their data in the cloud..




Urgent alert warns Daixan ransomware group hit multiple healthcare providers

Source: SC Media

The Daixin ransomware group is actively, and successfully, targeting the healthcare sector in force, with multiple provider organizations facing extortion claims after falling victim to the actors’ tactics since June, according to an urgent joint alert from multiple federal agencies.




CommonSpirit IT Systems Still Offline One Month Post-Attack

Source: Data Breach Today

Some Facilities Still Without Access to EHRs, E-Prescribing, Patient Portals. Nearly one month after a ransomware attack on the nation's fourth-largest hospital network, CommonSpirit Health is struggling to bring back online various IT systems - including electronic medical records, prescriptions and patient appointment scheduling.



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