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What we’re reading this month: September 2022

In this months episode of the what we’re reading series, we deep dive into an investigation into Russia’s military intelligence service (GRU), the recent Ethereum merge, and tracking the Russia -Ukraine war in Liveuamap. Check out the key takeaways from the team below. Riam: Bellingcat GRU investigation Late last month, Bellingcat released findings from an […]

CVEs You Might Have Missed While Log4j Stole the Headlines

The past three months have been a particularly challenging time for security teams. 2021 rounded off in the most spectacular fashion—if you can call it that—with the discovery of the Log4Shell vulnerability leaving security teams scrambling to identify and fix systems before threat actors could exploit. We’ve written a considerable amount on the issues surrounding […]

ENISA 2021 Threat Landscape: Initial Thoughts

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has released its yearly threat landscape report, which contains some handy insights. The following blog details some of the key points from the report surrounding threats in 2021. One of the key sentiments repeated throughout the report is that cyber threats continue to increase in the number of […]

Cyber Attacks: The Challenge of Attribution and Response

In December 2020, the world was rocked by an enormous supply chain attack against software provider Solarwinds, which provided unprecedented access to thousands of the company’s corporate clients. This included several key organizations within the US government and other companies within the private sector. Attackers were able to monitor SolarWinds’ network traffic and maintain persistence […]