Lapsus$ Cyberattack vs Okta, Sitel: Up To 366 Okta Customers Impacted
Okta is investigating an alleged data breach apparently launched by the Lapsus$ hacker group. Okta CEO Todd McKinnon on March 22, 2022, initially downplayed reports about screenshots tied to the alleged incident. Later the same day, Okta Chief Security Officer disclosed that up to 366 customers may be impacted by the attack — which involved a contractor named Sitel. By Joe Panettieri I Mar 23, 2022 Read More
Russia-backed Hackers Bypassed MFA, Exploited Print Vulnerability
Russian-backed cyber attackers penetrated the network of a private sector organization by exploiting default multi-factor authentication (MFA) protocols and leveraging a previously known print vulnerability, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said in a recent advisory. By D. Howard Kass I Mar 23, 2022 Read More
Kaspersky Security Software: Will European MSPs Choose Sides?
The warnings surface amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The war, triggered by Russia, has reignited concerns that Kaspersky could have undisclosed ties to Russia’s government. Those concerns made major headlines back in 2017, when the U.S. government ordered federal agencies to remove Kaspersky’s software from federal networks. By Joe Panettieri I Mar 22, 2022 Read More