Robin's Newsletter - Volume 3 Category

Volume 3 of Robin’s Newsletter covers the year 2020.

  •   Robins Newsletter #106 28/06/2020
    Three years on from NotPetya. BlueLeaks and sector-specific aggregation of risk. Minimising harm in breach notification comms. Exfiltrating data using Google Analytics.
  •   Robins Newsletter #105 21/06/2020
    COVID-19 cyber threat update; IoT device vulnerabilities; how to spot like-farming!
  •   Robins Newsletter #104 14/06/2020
    Snowstorm in a Dark Basin: Citizen Lab, MDR Cyber shine light on hackers for hire. Babylon Health breach and lessons from Apple, Amazon, and Google. How far do you go to protect against cyber-harm on your platform?
  •   Robins Newsletter #103 07/06/2020
    REvil launch auction site, while Maze and LockBit team up to pool resources, know-how. Plus inside a BEC scam and DROP DATABASE tickets.
  •   Robins Newsletter #102 31/05/2020
    Cybercrime is boring; Capital One IR report isn't legally privileged; and easyJet target of £18Bn legal action.
  •   Robins Newsletter #101 24/05/2020
    The annual DBIR data-fest, looking in to EasyJet's breach, the importance of audit trails, and Trump's banking details
  •   Robins Newsletter #100 17/05/2020
    Pricing cyber risk from external data, attack on 'UK electricity system' and mining crypocurrency with supercomputers
  •   Robins Newsletter #99 10/05/2020
    Contact tracing apps, password reuse stats, law firm ransomware, and the integrity of systems
  •   Robins Newsletter #98 03/05/2020
    Mobile device management as a vector, turning antivirus against itself and ransomware's long game
  •   Robins Newsletter #97 26/04/2020
    Zero-click vulnerability in Apple's Mail app, surveillance and tracking COVID-19, UK MoD relaxes security requirements.
  •   Robins Newsletter #96 19/04/2020
    Compliance risk and the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia’s loss of €30M-€100M #COVID19 aid because of poor identity verification. Plus DoD and measuring meaningful things. And jumping air-gaps with computer fans.
  •   Robins Newsletter #95 12/04/2020
    Cyber-crime economics of Coronavirus; US Senate bans Zoom; China Telecom and BGP hijacks
  •   Robin's Newsletter #94 05/04/2020
    All the Zoom news distilled, plus Marriott data breach, Morrisons' supreme court win, cloud availability, bug bounty non-disclosures and COVID-19 CTI.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #93 29/03/2020
    FBI COVID-19 scam warning; FIN7 mailing malware USB keys; predicting attacks from Russian APTs.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #92 22/03/2020
    Government cyber advice, examples of phishing campaigns, and things you should patch in the times of COVID-19.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #91 15/03/2020
    Future U.S. cyber strategy; Whisper not-so-secret; wormable Microsoft vulnerability in SMB
  •   Robin's Newsletter #90 08/03/2020
    Cashing in on loyalty points; scam certificate pages and the CIAs password
  •   Robin's Newsletter #89 01/03/2020
    Security awareness without fear; Android malware stealing 2FA codes; click here to sue everybody.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #88 23/02/2020
    Georgia defacement attribution; misusing anti-abuse; Pipeline ransomware.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #87 16/02/2020
    Huawei, Crypto AG, and all the nations doin' all the cybers; plus Emotet.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #86 09/02/2020
    Simon Weckert's Google Maps art installation; IKEA's data promise; and valentine's security awareness.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #85 02/02/2020
    Jumpshot reminds us security isn't privacy; whopping REvil ransom demands; and keep calm/cary on for DPOs.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #84 26/01/2020
    Jeff Bezos' phone hacking; Microsoft's elastic search snafu; ClearView.AI and facial recognition tech.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #83 19/01/2020
    Changing the economics of cybercrime; Windows crypto vulnerability; and rival groups exploiting Citrix.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #82 12/01/2020
    Travelex's ongoing response; £500K penalty for DSG Retail; No patch for Citrix vulnerabilities until end of month.
  •   Robin's Newsletter #81 05/01/2020
    California's Consumer Privacy Act; Travelex systems still offline; the rise of 'data exposures'.