Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Russia Sanctions, Mossack Fonseca Shutdown, Equifax Insider Trading

On Thursday, the U.S. government imposed sanctions against five entities and 19 individuals for their role in “destabilizing activities” ranging from interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to carrying out destructive cyber-attacks such as NotPetya, an event that the Treasury department said is the most destructive and costly cyber-attack in history. “These targeted sanctions… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Bad Rabbit’s Parallel Attack, Paradise Papers Fallout

October’s Bad Rabbit ransomware attacks were back in the news this week due to a report that a series of phishing attacks occurred at the same time as the Bad Rabbit outbreak, and the parallel attacks may have been carried out by the same group. The discovery also suggests that Ukraine may have been a… Read More