In a recent collaboration with NK News, SentinelLabs, a renowned cybersecurity firm, has uncovered a targeted social engineering campaign orchestrated by the North Korean Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group known as Kimsuky.
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) claims to have discovered an elaborate American espionage operation that compromised thousands of iPhones using sophisticated surveillance software. Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab confirmed that several of its employees’ devices were compromised during the operation.
A new strain of malware, dubbed COSMICENERGY, has been discovered that is designed to penetrate and disrupt critical systems in industrial environments. The malware is capable of exploiting an industrial communication protocol called IEC-104 to issue commands to RTUs, which could potentially cause power disruption. There is no evidence that the malware has been used in attacks, but its discovery is a reminder of the threat posed by malicious software to critical infrastructure.
Universal Health Services of Delaware, Inc. (UHS) has suffered a major data breach, compromising the protected health information of over 130,000 patients, with potentially more affected nationwide.
SentinelLabs recently detected an ongoing operation conducted by Kimsuky, a North Korean Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group, which aims to infiltrate North Korea-centric information services, human rights activists, and organizations that support defectors from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).