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Episode #68 - Cybersecurity Offense - Can you hack back?

Is there really such a thing as "offense" in cybersecurity? This week, the guys discuss how it's possible to proactively protect organizations against criminals and how to identify potential attacks so you can stop them before it's too late. They share the realities of offensive cybersecurity and "hacking back."

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Mike's Headlines

UKRAINIAN HACKERS TARGET VODKA SUPPLY CHAIN

Hackers are now hiding malware in Windows Event Logs
Cyber-Espionage Attack Drops Post-Exploit Malware Framework on Microsoft Exchange Servers

Microsoft: May Windows Updates Cause AD Authentication Failures
Microsoft Patch Tuesday Updates for May 2022 Fixes 3 Zero-Days, 1 Under Active Attack
FBI, CISA, and NSA Warn of Hackers Increasingly Targeting MSPs

Five Eyes Agencies Warn of Attacks on MSPs
Researchers Uncover URL Spoofing Flaws on Zoom, Box, Google Docs

An Offensive Mindset is Crucial for Effective Cyber Defense
Experts Uncovered a New Wave of Attacks Conducted by Mustang Panda
Experts Sound Alarm on DCRat Backdoor Being Sold on Russian Hacking Forums
Low-rent RAT Worries Researchers
Vanity URLs Could be Spoofed for Social Engineering Attacks
Intel Memory Bug Poses Risk for Hundreds of Products

CISA adds CVE-2022-1388 flaw in F5 BIG-IP to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
Business Email Compromise Scams Netted $43 Billion in Losses as New Variations Emerge, FBI Says
Tech Group Pushes Back Against SEC Cyber Rules, Warns of Reporting Overload
US Charges Hacker for Breaching Brokerage Accounts, Securities Fraud

 

 

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