New APT Attack, Honan Hack, and Upcoming Updates
This week was rife with security news, including two pretty big, headline-grabbing security stories. I cover them both — and more — in this week’s WatchGuard Security Week in Review.
Today’s episode shares the fascinating details about how a hacker leveraged cloud security problems to destroy the online life of a Wired journalist, highlights a new nation-state sponsored cyber threat targeting Lebanese banks, and warns about next week’s upcoming security patches. If you hold even a modicum of interest in how to stay safe on-line, click play on the video below.
Want more details on any of the stories in this video, or interested in other security stories that didn’t make the cut? Check out the Reference section below. Don’t forget to leave any feedback or suggestions in the comment section too.
(Episode Runtime: 13:13)
Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4QZQcWkyM8
- How a Journalist Got Hacked
- Gauss: A new APT threat
- ADP phishing attack warning – ADP
- Notification of MS and Adobe Patch Day – WGSC
- Microsoft Patch Day Notification- August 2012 – Microsoft
- Adobe Patch Day Notification- August 2012 – Adobe
- Extra Stories