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Nation state attacks stories

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China-affiliated APT groups behind most nation-state threat activity
Fri, 23rd Jun 2023
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Cybersecurity firm Trellix has released its June 2023 CyberThreat Report, revealing the latest trends in cyber threats and espionage activities.
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Australian manufacturers increasingly wary of nation state threats
Fri, 21st Apr 2023
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Outdated operating technologies are leaving Australian manufacturers vulnerable to nation state attacks, according to a BlackBerry study.
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Cyberwar a growing concern for organisations - Venafi
Fri, 26th Aug 2022
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advanced persistent threat protection
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cyber attacks
Venafi's research reveals growing use of machine identities in state-sponsored cyber attacks amid increasing geopolitical tensions.
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IT execs fear trickle-down of Nation State attack tools will hurt business
Thu, 26th Aug 2021
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malware
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IT executives fear the trickle-down of Nation State tools and techniques will hurt their business, according to a new survey by HP Wolf Security.
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72% of IT executives fear trickle-down of nation-state attack techniques will hurt business
Fri, 20th Aug 2021
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Nation-state techniques, such as those used in the SolarWinds attack, are already being adopted by ransomware gangs.
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Cyber-attackers target COVID-19 vaccine supply chain in sweeping phishing campaign
Fri, 4th Dec 2020
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email security
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phishing
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ibm security
IBM releases bombshell report on phishing campaign targeting COVID-19 vaccine supply chain in multiple countries.
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WhiteHawk delivers cybersecurity amid heightened threats
Wed, 22nd Jan 2020
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Nation-state attacks have targeted telecommunications and internet service providers, government organisations, and other institutions globally.
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Ransomware vs cities in 2019: 174 and counting
Mon, 16th Dec 2019
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cybersecurity
At least 174 municipal institutions, with more than 3,000 subset organisations, have been targeted by ransomware during the last year.
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Three cybersecurity vendors outline 16 industry predictions for 2020
Thu, 12th Dec 2019
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application security
With 2019 coming to a close, Ping Identity, Attivo Networks, and LogRhythm’s experts share what 2020 holds in store for cybersecurity.
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CrowdStrike report lists cybersecurity adversary rankings
Wed, 31st Jul 2019
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ai security
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cybersecurity
CrowdStrike warns rapid response key as cyber threats from nation-states surge.
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The future of cybercrime in Australia – ESET
Mon, 15th Jul 2019
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ddos
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cybersecurity
Cyber-attacks will continue so long as the target seems worthwhile and the attackers have funding to continue their work.
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Flashpoint: APAC companies must factor geopolitics in cyber strategies
Fri, 15th Mar 2019
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US-China-N.Korea tensions to shape APAC cyber threats.
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Raising the stakes: McAfee’s predictions for cybersecurity
Tue, 19th Feb 2019
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Security teams and solutions will have to contend with synergistic threats, increasingly backed by artificial intelligence to avoid detection.
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Norwegian security firm thwarts state-sponsored attack by APT10
Mon, 11th Feb 2019
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cybersecurity
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Visma accuses China's APT10 of cyberespionage in security breach alarm.
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Experts comment on Aus Parliament breach
Mon, 11th Feb 2019
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breach prevention
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cybersecurity
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data breach
Late last week, Australian security agencies reported they were looking into a security breach of the Federal Parliament’s network.
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Interview: Tenable CTO on how companies should measure cyber risk
Tue, 5th Feb 2019
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tenable network security
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european
Rising geopolitical tensions coupled with an expanding attack surface have left governments and organisations vulnerable to targeted attacks.
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Carbon Black releases 2019 global threat report
Mon, 28th Jan 2019
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Carbon Black warns of next-gen cyberattacks fuelled by geopolitical tensions in 2019 Global Threat Report.
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Top cybersecurity threats of 2019 – Carbon Black
Wed, 23rd Jan 2019
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predictions
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Carbon Black chief cybersecurity officer Tom Kellermann combines his thoughts with those of Carbon Black's threat analysts and security strategists.
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LogRhythm announces eight cybersecurity predictions for 2019
Mon, 14th Jan 2019
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malware
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ransomware
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siem
LogRhythm predicts deadly cyber-attack on cars & growing cybersecurity talent gap for 2019.
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How protecting critical infrastructure starts with securing social media
Tue, 1st Jan 2019
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iam
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cios
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passwords
Erroneous alerts regarding potential missile strikes that caused civil disruption in Hawaii and Japan in recent history.
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2019 threat landscape predictions - Proofpoint
Tue, 18th Dec 2018
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malware
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email security
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cybersecurity
Proofpoint researchers have looked ahead at the trends and events likely to shape the threat landscape in the year to come.
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Exclusive: CrowdStrike’s roundup of threats so far in 2018
Fri, 12th Oct 2018
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ai security
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advanced persistent threat protection
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CrowdStrike's mid-year review reveals escalating cyber activity attributed to China and the need for increased defences in all sectors.
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Ten key steps to secure industrial control systems
Thu, 11th Oct 2018
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iot security
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industrial control systems
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cios
Critical infrastructure faces growing cyber threats from malicious actors.
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Cyber attackers using businesses to target nation states
Tue, 4th Sep 2018
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cios
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64% of incident response professionals had experienced attackers launching secondary command and control after an initial attack was shut down.