This first half of July will be long remembered for the Infosec Professionals: undoubtedly the dramatic Hacking Team leak has characterized this fortnight and has written one of the most controversial pages of the Infosec Annals. Security researchers and activists are still digging into the trove of documents (and 0-days) siphoned from the Italian company, and this story, that is unveiling new details every day, is far from being completed.... Read More
It’ s time to publish the timeline with the main cyber attacks occurred in April 2015 (Part I here).
Despite the number of attacks has shown a decreasing trend, this second part of April will be probably remembered for the Cyber Espionage campaigns, which, in a couple of cases, have successfully hit the White House, a coveted target for Russian hackers. Other remarkable events in this space include the return of APT 28 (Operation Russian Doll) and an operation carried on by Arabic-speaking attackers, targeting Israeli military networks.
November has gone and it’s time to review this month’s cyber landscape.
From a Cyber Crime perspective, November 2012 will be probably remembered for the breach to Nationwide, one of the largest insurance and financial services providers in the US, a breach that has potentially left up to 1 million users exposed. Unfortunately, in terms of massive breaches, this is not the only remarkable event of the month, just at the end Acer India has suffered a massive cyber attack culminated in the leak of nearly 15,000 records. Not comparable with the breach that affected Nationwide, but for sure of big impact.