[HEADS UP] Carnival Corp. is the Next Victim of a Ransomware Attack

Carnival Corporation said it detected a ransomware attack that accessed and encrypted a portion of one brand’s information technology systems over this past weekend, according to Cruise Industry News. According to a... Read more »

[Heads Up] Apparently Slack Phishing Got So Bad They Had To Do Something About It

Slack has announced a slew of new security features, certificates and integrations, including a verification system that adds an additional layer to protect against phishing scams. The announcement follows on from Slack... Read more »

Paying the Ransom After a Ransomware Attack May Become More Complicated, Thanks to the U.S. Treasury

With many organizations considering to pay the ransom should they experience an attack, new guidance from the U.S. Treasury may put a damper on an organization’s ability to pay. When hit with... Read more »

Explosion of Zoom Meeting Phishing Attacks Over Spring and Summer of 2020 and Targeting Office365 and Outlook Credentials

Researchers at INKY have observed an “explosion” of Zoom-themed phishing attacks over the Spring and Summer of 2020. Most of the attacks are aimed at stealing credentials to services like Outlook and... Read more »