Russia will develop a new cyber security standard

Positive Technologies is developing a new concept of cyber security standard. The document should become an open knowledge base, which will be exchanged between specialists to improve their qualification. Today, each company sets up its own information security parameters; when a single standard appears, organizations will be able to develop the most effective solutions together. […]

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JSC GREC Makeyev and other Russian entities under attack

A cyberespionage campaign hit multiple Russian organizations, including JSC GREC Makeyev, a major defense contractor, exploiting a recently disclosed zero-day. Security researchers from Malwarebytes uncovered multiple attacks targeting many Russian organizations, including JSC GREC Makeyev, a company that develops liquid and solid fuel for Russia’s ballistic missiles and space rocket program. Threat actors behind the cyberespionage […]

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European Union formally blames Russia for the GhostWriter operation

European Union representatives formally accused Russia of attempting to target the elections and political systems of several EU states. European Union has formally accused Russia of meddling in the elections and political systems of several EU states. EU high representative said that Russia-linked threat actors were behind a recent operation tracked as Ghostwriter. The officials […]

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Bi. Zone: most of the leaks and hacks in Russian companies are related to old forgotten software

About 60% of information leaks and 85% of hacks in corporate computer networks are related to unaccounted-for digital assets. According to Bi. Zone, the main reason for hacking and data leaks in Russian companies is digital assets unaccounted for during inventory. Most often, security services forget about public cloud storage like Google Drive, DropBox and […]

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