Be sure to check out our latest Splunk tutorial to learn how to onboard data in Splunk. Also, our slightly rant-y (yet still positive) "Confessions of a Consumer IoT Skeptic" blog series is worth taking a look at if you like a little taste of reality. In the news this week, there's been major discussion surrounding some cybersecurity incidents involving Russia; ransomware is still rampantly wreaking havoc across a bunch of industries and infrastructures; and watch out as scammers are phishing around this tax season.
- The emergence of new global cybercriminal attack patterns
- Russia accuses cybersecurity experts of treasonous links to CIA
- Czech cyber-attack: Russia suspected of hacking diplomats’ emails
- Ransomware Incident Shuts Down County's Government Infrastructure
- How Google fought back against a crippling IoT-powered botnet and won
- Radio stations that ignored major vulnerability start playing anti-Trump song
- Scammers are blending W-2 phishing with wire fraud
- New infosec products of the week: February 3, 2017
- Someone Tried to Resurrect 14-Year-Old SQL Slammer Worm
- Ranion Ransomware-as-a-Service Available on the Dark Web for 'Educational Purposes'
- New Research Shows Sorry State of Printer Security
- Picky ransomware targets specific subset of would-be Netflix users
- Recommendations to help the security of ICS-SCADA systems
- Cisco Prime Home flaw allows hackers to reach into people’s homes