Who Can Fix Cloud Security Problems? Third-party Solution Providers, Study Finds
Misconfiguration is the most likely cause of a cloud security incident, cybersecurity professionals said in a new study, placing it far ahead of exposed data or account compromise. By D. Howard Kass I Mar 9, 2022 Read More
FBI Issues RagnarLocker Ransomware Compromise, Cyberattack Indicators
The FBI said it first became aware of RagnarLocker in April 2020. As of January 2022, the FBI has identified at least 52 entities across 10 critical infrastructure sectors affected by RagnarLocker ransomware, including entities in the critical manufacturing, energy, financial services, government and information technology sectors. Currently, roughly 48 IP addresses, bitcoin addresses and email addresses are associated with indicators of compromise (IOC) for the ransomware: 32 IP addresses, 3 bitcoin addresses and 13 email addresses. By D. Howard Kass I Mar 9, 2022 Read More
Can MSSPs Mitigate Rising ICS, IOT Vulnerability Issues?
Vulnerabilities across industrial control systems (ICS) rose by 25 percent in the second half of 2021 and overall by 110 percent over the last four years, according to a new report. Claroty’s fourth Biannual ICS Risk & Vulnerability Report also found that ICS vulnerabilities are expanding beyond operational technology (OT) to the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT), with 34 percent affecting IoT, industrial healthcare (IoMT), and enterprise IT assets in 2H 2021, the security provider said. By D. Howard Kass I Mar 9, 2022 Read More