Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Third-Party Breaches and Apache Struts Issues

Twitter is the week’s top trending cybercrime target after malicious actors leveraged a third-party analytics service known as Twitter Counter to hijack a number of Twitter accounts and post inflammatory messages written in Turkish along with images of Nazi swastikas. Hundreds of accounts were compromised, the Associated Press reported. Forbes magazine, the Atlanta Police Department,… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Cloudflare Aftermath and Online Stores Breached

The Cloudflare software bug that resulted in the potential leaking of sensitive data remained as the top trending cybercrime event of the past week as researchers continued to investigate and quantify the effects of the incident. In a March 1 blog post, Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince described the “Cloudbleed” impact as “potentially massive” and said… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Cloudflare Bug Discovered, Typos Lead to Theft

This week’s biggest story is the Cloudflare software bug discovered by Google researchers and disclosed Thursday that could have compromised private information such as HTTP cookies, authentication tokens, HTTP POST bodies, and other sensitive data. “The bug was serious because the leaked memory could contain private information and because it had been cached by search… Read More