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Fujifilm Shuts Down Servers to Investigate Possible Ransomware Attack

Infosecurity Magazine, Benjamin David
“For some entities, this affects all forms of communications, including emails and incoming calls, which come through the company’s network systems.” Read More

Scripps Notifying 147K People of Data Breach

Infosecurity Magazine, Sarah Coble
“Data exposed includes health information, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and financial information.” Read More

JBS: World’s largest meat supplier hit by cyber-attack

BBC News, Staff
“The company’s five biggest beef plants are in the US, and the shutdowns have halted a fifth of meat production there. According to the trade group Beef Central, ‘supermarkets and other large end-users like the McDonald’s burger pattie supply network will be some of the most immediately impacted customers, due to their need for consistent supply'” Read More

Hackers are targeting employees returning to the post-COVID office

TechCrunch, Carly Page
“The email looks legitimate enough, sporting the company’s official logo in the header, as well as being signed spoofing the CIO. The bulk of the message outlines the new precautions and changes to business operations the company is taking relative to the pandemic.” Read More

SolarWinds attackers leveraged trust in Constant Contact email marketing, USAID, to launch campaign

SC Media, Bradley Barth
“About 25% of these targets were international development, humanitarian and human rights organizations – employees of which might not flinch at the sight of an email from USAID, especially one sent from a credible and legitimate marketing service such as Constant Contact.” Read More

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