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VPN Vulnerabilities, Supply Chain Attacks, and Babuk Says “Bye”

ShadowTalk hosts Alec, Ivan, Sean, and Digital Shadows CISO, Rick, bring you the latest in threat intelligence. This week they cover:
- Sean discusses Pulse Secure VPN vulnerabilities - what are the latest updates and who is being targeted?
- The team talks about supply chain compromise - what is it?
- Sean takes us through the DDoS attack on Belnet
- Babuk is hanging up their hat - Ivan brings us the latest
- Ryuk gets ahold of bio research through a student
Recorded May 14 2021 34 mins
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Threat Researchers Alec Alvarado, Ivan Righi, Sean Nikkel, and Digital Shadows CISO Rick Holland
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  • 2021: The Year of Third-Party Risk Jul 27 2021 4:00 pm UTC 29 mins
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    Join Digital Shadows Threat Intelligence Manager, Alec Alvarado, as he dives into trends and incidents associated with third-party risk so far this year. In this session we’ll cover:

    - Term clarification - defining third-party risk
    - Historical examples of attacks and tactics used
    - Cybercriminal trends and patterns
    - Forecasting for the future and how to mitigate these types of risks
  • 2021: The Year of Third-Party Risk Jul 27 2021 9:30 am UTC 29 mins
    Digital Shadows Threat Intelligence Manager, Alec Alvarado
    Join Digital Shadows Threat Intelligence Manager, Alec Alvarado, as he dives into trends and incidents associated with third-party risk so far this year. In this session we’ll cover:

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    - Historical examples of attacks and tactics used
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    How does your organization ensure that it’s intellectual property, customer information, business reputation, and interface with your customer base isn’t being sold or highjacked? Come join us as we discuss these topics and more.
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    Motivating reasons for those who perpetrate cyber crime is changing. While money is still a primary motivator, the number of fake websites designed to accept payment for hospitals and web based businesses is going up exponentially. Cyber crime is however, rapidly expanding from just being about money to corporate/state sponsored espionage and ideology. One of the biggest trends in ransomware attacks is the attempt to hide the fact that a threat element has been in your network for months or even years. If you thought the attack was for money have you thought why you were targeted?Just recently Go Fund Me suffered a data breach. Why would a site whose primary purpose is to help those in need be attacked?

    How does your organization ensure that it’s intellectual property, customer information, business reputation, and interface with your customer base isn’t being sold or highjacked? Come join us as we discuss these topics and more.
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  • Dark Web Monitoring: Best Practices and Use Cases Jul 13 2021 9:30 am UTC 31 mins
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    - The team discusses the most recent EA breach - what’s the history of attacks against software/game developers?
    - Charles dives into the latest on VPN vulnerabilities - why does this problem persist?
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    - Predictions for the ransomware scene in the future - can we expect more intervention by law enforcement?
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  • Ransomware Trends in Q1 2021 Recorded: Jun 22 2021 30 mins
    Jamie Hart, Digital Shadows Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst
    Jamie takes us through the newest trends in ransomware for the top of 2021. In this session we cover:

    - Popular tactics by threat actors
    - Most commonly targeted industries and geographies
    - Attacks we've seen so far this year
    - What we can expect for the threat landscape in the short term
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    Threat Researchers Alec Alvarado, Sean Nikkel, Charles Ragland, and Digital Shadows CISO, Rick Holland
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    Niall MacLeod, Director, Sales Engineering EMEA
    The past 12 months have seen a significant increase in the number of ransomware variants, ransomware targets, and ransomware payments. This rise in ransomware has been helped by another pernicious trend: the risk of initial access brokers. In this webinar we cover:

    - How Initial Access Brokers give rise to ransomware
    - The different types of access most commonly sold
    - How the rise in remote work has caused additional challenges
    - The most common geographies targeted
    - How cybercriminals use this access and what that means for your business
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    - Dylan discusses how cheese was the downfall of a drug dealer in the UK and how a cybercriminal messaging forum contributed
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    - Ivan takes us through the latest updates on DarkSide and the Colonial Pipeline incident - DarkSide faces consequences
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    - Plus, our hosts dive into all things ransomware - what’s happening with the cyber threat landscape?
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  • Podcast: Colonial Pipeline Updates, DarkSide Feels the Pressure, and More! Recorded: May 28 2021 30 mins
    Threat Researchers Alec Alvarado, Ivan Righi, Sean Nikkel, and Charles Ragland
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    - Ivan takes us through the latest updates on DarkSide and the Colonial Pipeline incident - DarkSide faces consequences
    - The team talks about new legislation from the US government - better late than never?
    - Plus, our hosts dive into all things ransomware - what’s happening with the cyber threat landscape?
    - Alec brings us the latest on Conti ransomware targeting Ireland's Department of Health - what was the impact?
    - Charles discusses a new web skimmer indicating ongoing Magecart activity
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