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Twitter has suffered the most catastrophic attack in its history and one that directly affected many of its celebrity clients. On Wednesday, alleged hackers gained access to Twitter internal systems and tools which allowed them to compromise high profile accounts belonging to prominent cryptocurrency sites, celebrities, and politicians. The attackers deployed a cryptocurrency

What is the Difference Between Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Management Programs? In this blog, SecureOps Senior Penetration Tester Jasmin Landry has provided us deep insight into bug bounty programs in two previous posts: Bug Bounty Programs – Uncovering Critical Vulnerabilities https://secureops.com/penetration-testing/bug-bounty/ Unleashing Bug Bounty Programshttps://secureops.com/penetration-testing/bug-bounty-programs/ To provide a bit of background, Jasmin leads SecureOps clients with their

Defending Against Magecart Skimming Cyber Attacks Prior to the holidays last year and a couple of months before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic we wrote about our concern with regard to the increase in Magecart attacks against online retailers which you can find here https://secureops.com/data-breaches/magecart/. We suggested that in reports by Tata Security

Why MAZE Ransomware Attacks are So Devastating MAZE ransomware is quickly becoming one of the most devastating strains of Windows ransomware that have infiltrated companies and organizations around the world and demanded that a Bitcoin or Cryptocurrency payment be made in exchange for the safe, private recovery of encrypted data. Cybercriminals have been actively

Managing Patient Data (PHI) Sprawl In 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) created an electronic data interchange that health-care providers and other related organizations are required to use for electronic transactions. The HIPAA Privacy regulations require health care organizations and their business associates (BAA) including cloud providers like AWS and Azure