- Robin’s Newsletter #160 11/07/2021
More on Kaseya. The PrintNightmare continues. Farmers win 'right to repair' and Kaspersky's not-so-random number generator.
- Robin’s Newsletter #159 04/07/2021
Kaseya VSA used to launch 'over 1,000' ransomware attacks. Security researchers cause PrintNightmare. EU grants UK data protection adequacy decision.
- Robin’s Newsletter #157 — 3rd Birthday Edition 🥳 20/06/2021
Suspected Cl0p members arrested. Ransomware is an 'urgent' threat to U.K. Balancing cyber supply and demand. And, Dear Intern...
- Robin’s Newsletter #156 13/06/2021
EA games source code stolen. Apple's news privacy and security features. The FBI ran An0m encrypted comms app. Ransomware thinking.
- Robin’s Newsletter #155 06/06/2021
The U.S. continues beef with Russian ransomware gangs. Colonial Pipeline was result of compromised creds. FireEye to divest name, products business.
- Robin’s Newsletter #153 23/05/2021
Lots of ransomware: Ireland's HSE will not pay. Colonial coughed up $4.4M'. But there are Technology Detection Dogs. And they're very good dogs!
- Robin’s Newsletter #152 16/05/2021
All the stats: it's DBIR time. Colonial Pipeline paid ransom, restored service and DarkSide disappeared. Being better at security engagement.
- Robin’s Newsletter #151 09/05/2021
Responsible cyber power. Colonial Pipline shut down due to ransomware. Injecting malware C2 into legitimate traffic. Authentication using a severed thumb.
- Robin’s Newsletter #150 02/05/2021
Babuk ransomware operators demand $50M from DC police. BoJo's phone number available online. Emotet deactivated. And, burrowing beavers.
- Robin’s Newsletter #149 25/04/2021
Ransomware in Apple's supply chain. Facebook seeks to 'normalise' scraping. The balkanisation of the Internet has intelligence agencies worried. Cellebrite's iPhone unlocking system is full of vulnerabilities.
- Robin’s Newsletter #148 18/04/2021
FBI gets a warrant to fix Hafnium web shells, becomes an MSSP. Sanctions for Russia over SolarWinds. Plus you cheddar believe there are some cheese puns.
- Robin’s Newsletter #146 04/04/2021
The long-tail of ransomware recovery. PHP source code compromise. Exploiting 'safe' file formats. Risk margins and early risk management decisions.
- Robin’s Newsletter #145 28/03/2021
FatFace IR comms 'confidential' while loosing 200GB data. Cyber insurer CNA may have been targeted for policy info. OSINT on the Ever Given.
- Robin’s Newsletter #138 07/02/2021
SolarWinds caught up in second campaign against U.S. gov tied to China. Plus an interview with a ransomware operator and Canada declares Clearview AI is 'illegal'.
- Robin’s Newsletter #125 08/11/2020
Nothing cyber happened in the US election. Corporate VOIP systems being targeted. Don't pay ransomware gangs to not leak your data.
- Robin’s Newsletter #123 25/10/2020
DOJ charges Fancy Bear, Doubts over Trump's Twitter password, and digital dilemmas for charity donations.
- Robin’s Newsletter #121 11/10/2020
Integrity in the UK Test & Trace scheme; ransomware attacks up 50%; a different type of lock-down.
- Robin’s Newsletter #120 04/10/2020
US Treasury issues advisory over ransomware payments; Huawei code quality still really bad; and Singapore's consumer security labels.
- Robin’s Newsletter #118 20/09/2020
Domain admin for EVERYONE! APT41/Winnti charged for cyber-espionage and activities against computer games companies. First death leading directly from cyber-attack :-(
- Robin’s Newsletter #115 30/08/2020
Attempted $1M bribe of Tesla employee in ransomware campaign. NZX trading suspended for four days due to DDOS. Supply and demand in security budgets.
- Robin’s Newsletter #111 02/08/2020
Ransomware payments encourage more ransomware attacks. EU cyber sanctions. Three charged in Twitter crypto-scam.
- Robin’s Newsletter #110 26/07/2020
Garmin 'ran somewhere.' UK Test & Trace doesn't have a DPIA. Emotet serving up Hackerman memes.
- 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 #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
- 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.