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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday July 28, 2020

  Latest News  

Garmin confirms cyber attack caused system outage

By Juha Saarinen

Expects to be back online in the next few days.

Mystery actor disrupts Emotet malware distribution botnet

By Juha Saarinen

Malware payloads replaced with animated GIFs.

New Meow bot attacks open ElasticSearch instances

By Juha Saarinen

Hundreds of open instances at risk.

UNSW IoT cyber spin-off gets $1.3m boost

By Matt Johnston

For enterprise scale networks.

ACSC steers govt cloud security path as market opens up

By Justin Hendry

As centralised model gives way to self-assessment.

Garmin goes down after suspected ransomware attack

By Juha Saarinen

Production halt in Taiwan, leaked internal email suggests.

US Senate panel approves ban on using TikTok app on govt devices

By Nandita Bose

Votes unanimously to approve bill.

Nielsen data centre hit by suspected cyber attack

By Justin Hendry

TV ratings data delayed after 'unexpected disruption'.

US accuses Chinese nationals of hacking spree

By Raphael Satter and Christopher Bing

Targeting COVID data, defence secrets.

  Most Read  

NBN residential user consumes 34TB in a month

Garmin goes down after suspected ransomware attack

NSW launches heat map showing active COVID-19 cases by postcode

NAB's 'people analytics' architect to leave in August

DFAT sheds dozens of IT contractors after budget blowout

 
 

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