WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 193
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1- Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Eleanor Ludlam, Senior Associate at DAC Beachcroft LLP
The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own wor…
2- Emotet malware: “The report of my death was an exaggeration”
You’ve probably seem the breathless media headlines everwhere: “Emotet’s back!”
One cybersecurity article we saw – and we knew what it was about right away – didn’t even give a name, announcing simply, “Guess who’s back?”
As you almost certainly know, and may sadly have experienced first hand, Emote…
3- Armis study highlights device management complexities for NHS Trusts
Armis, the unified asset visibility and security platform provider, has released figures from a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to over 80 NHS Trusts that highlighted how compliance and device management complexities could be creating critical cybersecurity gaps. The study confirmed that while …
4- Spear-Phishing Campaign Exploits Glitch Platform to Steal Credentials
A long-term spear-phishing campaign is targeting employees of major corporations with emails containing PDFs that link to short-lived Glitch apps hosting credential-harvesting SharePoint phishing pages, researchers have found.
Researchers from DomainTools discovered the suspicious PDFs – which thems…