Iranian Charming Kitten Adds PowerShell Back Door

The Cybereason Nocturnus Team discuss PowerLess Trojan: Iranian APT Phosphorus Adds New PowerShell Backdoor for Espionage. They observed an uptick in the activity of the Iranian group dubbed Phosphorus (AKA Charming Kitten, APT35), known for previously attacking medical research organizations in the US and Israel in 2020, and for targeting academic researchers in the US, […]

OpenSSF Announces The Alpha-Omega Project To Improve Software Supply Chain Security For 10,000 OSS Projects

Booming UK automotive industry

It has been announced that, following a meeting with government and industry leaders at the White House, OpenSSF has announced the Alpha-Omega Project to improve the security posture of open source software (OSS) through direct engagement of software security experts and automated security testing. Microsoft and Google are supporting the Alpha-Omega Project with an initial investment of $5 […]

Businesses’ Top Concerns Operating Cloud-native Technologies

Platform9 announced the results of its research, revealing that 91% of survey respondents cite security, consistent management across environments, high availability, and observability as their top concerns for operating cloud-native technologies. The research also found that despite fast growing public-cloud deployments, 67% of cloud deployments are distributed, spread out across on-premises, hybrid, and edge clouds.

German Petrol Company Oiltanking Suffers Cyberattack

Healthcare Organisations Suffer one Cyberattack per month

Oiltanking GmbH, a German petrol distributor who supplies Shell gas stations in the country, has fallen victim to a cyberattack that severely impacted its operations. Additionally, the attack has also affected Mabanaft GmbH, an oil supplier. Both entities are subsidiaries of the Marquard & Bahls group, which may have been the breach point. Below are […]