Welcome to this week's Data Breaches Digest, a catalogue of links concerning Data Breaches and Cyber Security that were published on the Internet during the period between 12th April and 18th April 2021.
5 Ways Cyberattacks Happen
500 million LinkedIn accounts leaked
Accident in Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Facility Was the Result of a Cyberattack
'AI-powered' cyberattacks are on the rise
AIG Canada to foot part of city’s $2.9 million cyberattack bill
Are You Prepared to Prevent Data Loss?
Breach of trust: Cybersecurity can make or break a brand
Brits Still Confused by Multi-Factor Authentication
Clubhouse Data Appears on Hacker Forum but Not as a Product of a Breach
Clubhouse data breach: 1.3 million users have info leaked online
Could social media networks pave the way towards stronger authentication?
Credential phishing attacks – what are the latest themes and tactics?
Criminals spread malware using website contact forms with Google URLs
Critical security alert: If you haven't patched this old VPN vulnerability, assume your network is compromised
Cyber-criminals Increasingly Leveraging Debates About Travel During #COVID19 to Launch Attacks
Cyberattack at Haverhill Schools Keeps Seniors from Returning Monday; Educators Tentatively Reach Return Pact
Data transparency increasingly important, Kaspersky study states
Domain Typosquatting – Online Trademarks protection in the name of typing errors
Europol: “Virtually All” Crime Now Has a Digital Element
Facebook leaked data shows it tracks users across internet, knows when you ordered pizza
Facebook was running ads of malicious apps pretending to be Clubhouse for PC
Fake ads of a PC version of Clubhouse has been spreading malware
Has Clubhouse been hacked? CEO says claims are ‘false’
Haverhill High School goes fully remote as issues from ransomware attack linger
Here’s Where Phishing Emails Are Likely To Emerge From
How Merchants Fight Fire With Fire When Facing AI-Equipped Fraudsters
How To Stop Hackers Targeting Your Home
IT security professionals demonstrate excessive trust despite concerns with remote work security programs
It’s Time to Captivate the Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals
Lazarus Group uses Vyveva backdoor to target South African freight company
Malware laden fake Clubhouse app for PC is something you need to watch out for
Man Arrested After Failed AWS Bomb Plot
Moneycontrol Resets Passwords En Masse After Alleged Data Breach Impacting 7 Lakh Users
New Malware Downloader Spotted in Targeted Campaigns
Over 33% ICS computers faced cyberattacks in H2 2020
Over 90% of Organizations Hit by a Mobile Malware Attack in 2020
Parents were at the end of their chain — then ransomware hit their kids' schools
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Remains A Favorite Target Of Fraudsters
Royal Mail-related phishing scams surge by 645%
Scam alert: Fraudsters are getting sneakier
Scammers phishing for data through ANZ bank text messages
Securing SMEs Post-Pandemic: Four Ways To Improve Security For Remote And Hybrid Workforces
Stock Brokerage Firm ‘Upstox’ Suffers Data Breach, Company Says Users’ Data Safe
Supermarkets cheesed off after dairy supplier is hacked
The benefits of cyber threat intelligence
The Most Common Types Of Cyber Crime
The SOC is blind to the attackable surface
Upstox suffers hack, data of 25 lakh users up for sale on dark web
Upstox Tiptoes Around Data Breach Impacting 2.5 Million Users, But Upgrades Security System
What Does It Take To Be a Cybersecurity Researcher?
What fallout can we expect from the 2019 Facebook leak?
Where are phishing emails more likely to originate from?
Whistleblower Says Ubiquiti Lied About the Source and Extent of Its Data Breach To Protect Stocks