Cyber Threat Report

Russian Sandworm Hackers Pose As Hacktivists In Water Utility Breaches
The Sandworm hacking group associated with Russian military intelligence has been hiding attacks and operations behind multiple online personas posing as hacktivist groups. Read More

Cybersecurity frameworks act as the backbone for organizations, providing a structured set of rules and procedures to shield against cyber threats. Their primary goal? Safeguarding an organization's digital assets with precision and efficiency.

US State Department Investigating Another Data Leak
Five Eyes data was stolen from right under their nose. The threat actor stole and leaked documents from tech consulting firm Acuity, which specializes in cybersecurity, DevSecOps, data analytics, and operations support services. Read More

White House And EPA Warn Of Hackers Breaching Water Systems
EPA Administrator Michael Regan warned governors today that hackers are "striking" critical infrastructure across the country's water sector. Read More

As technology becomes more intertwined with every organization, the risk of a successful cyber-attack also grows. Without a clear understanding of where your security measures may fall short, your operations remain vulnerable to potential threats, disruptions, and other detrimental outcomes.

In the ever-evolving digital realm of today, it is imperative for stakeholders to enforce robust security measures and implement innovative protocols to protect sensitive information and strengthen their infrastructure.

Organizations Are Knowingly Releasing Vulnerable Applications
92% of companies had experienced a breach in the prior year due to vulnerabilities of applications developed in-house. Read More

Vmware Pushes Admins To Uninstall Vulnerable, Deprecated Vsphere Plugin 
The vulnerabilities haven’t been and won’t be fixed. Instead, VMware is urging admins to remove the EAP plugin. Read More

As the digital landscape evolves, so do the threats facing all organizations, especially as they move their operations to the cloud. Projections indicate that by 2025, a staggering 85% of organizations will rely on cloud-native platforms.

With this shift comes increased interest from malicious actors looking to exploit vulnerabilities and gain access to sensitive data of all types. In light of this, advanced penetration testing techniques are necessary to counter the ever-changing cloud security threat landscape.

In this article, we will explore seven key strategies through which penetration testing can fortify your cloud infrastructure, ensuring its resilience against potential threats including data exfiltration.

Critical Shim Bug Impacts Every Linux Boot Loader Signed In The Past Decade 
There are currently 5 vulnerabilities in Shim that could allow a network attacker to bypass secure boot and take over a vulnerable Linux system. Read More

With the digital landscape constantly changing, it's crucial to stay ahead of cybersecurity threats, and advanced penetration testing is a key strategy for strengthening your organization’s defenses.

As businesses grapple with increasingly sophisticated cyber threats, the field of penetration testing continues to evolve, giving rise to new and innovative methodologies.