Hacking the ICC. ShroudedSnooper active, simple, and novel. New criminal malware used against Chinese-speakers. More on the materiality of cyberattacks.
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The International Criminal Court reports a "cybersecurity incident." ShroudedSnooper intrusion activity is both novel and simple. Criminal malware targets Chinese-speaking victims. The costs of insider risk. More on the casino attacks (and related social engineering capers). In our Learning Layer segment, Sam Meisenberg drops into a CISSP tutoring session and offers some test-taking tips. Our guest is Aaron Brazelton, Dean of Admissions and Advancement at the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering. And the Clorox incident shows how one company navigates unfamiliar new SEC rules.
Join Sam Meisenberg as he drops into a CISSP tutoring session talking about the difference between due diligence and due care along with some test-taking tips.
For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
Hackers breached International Criminal Court’s systems last week (BleepingComputer)
Caesars reports cyberattack but did not go offline (Top Class Actions)
What Las Vegas tourists need to know about casino hacks (Washington Post)
Clorox Cyberattack Brings Early Test of New SEC Cyber Rules (Wall Street Journal)