Wine scams spiked during COVID-19 lockdown
The malicious wine-related activity "must be stopped at all costs."
Crooks are getting smarter about exploiting SAP software, study finds
A critical bug in SAP software could be a ticket for a criminal to steal a paycheck or employees’ personally identifiable information.
CNA shares details about ransomware attack, recovery effort
CNA said it had restored email function and implemented new security measures.
DeepDotWeb boss pleads guilty to laundering millions
DOJ had hailed the indictment of the man and a co-conspirator as "the single most significant law enforcement disruption of the Darknet to date."
FBI alert on Egregor ransomware highlighted affiliate cybercrime model
Egregor is one of a number of strains classified as ransomware-as-a-service, meaning users can pay a fee to enlist the malicious code for their crime sprees.
Hacker team-ups pose 2021 threat to financial industry, group cautions
The FS-ISAC also warned about supply chain risks and cross-border attacks.
Top insurer CNA disconnects systems after cyberattack
It could be a "nightmare scenario" for CNA and others if hackers get ahold of policyholder information.
Federal advisories detail bitcoin payments to ransomware gangs, urgency of threat
Treasury recently warned that helping to pay ransomware to any entity on its cyber sanctions list could incur civil penalties.
Two Infraud members sentenced for role in $568 million crime gang, US says
A third suspect is still at large.