Cryptocurrency - The New Gold Rush for Cybercriminals
Cybercriminals have developed several schemes to defraud those looking to profit from the growth in cryptoc...
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Bomb Threat Emails: Extortion Gets Physical
Digital Shadows has been able to analyse a series of these bomb threat emails. In this blog, we provide six things we know so far.
Tackling Phishing: The Most Popular Phishing Techniques and What You Can Do About It
We cover a range of the different techniques attackers of all persuasions (whether sophisticated nation state or low-level hacker) choose when performing their phishing campaigns.
Mapping the ASD Essential 8 to the Mitre ATT&CK™ framework
Australian Signals Directorate Essential 8 The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has published what it calls the “Essential 8”: a set ...
How to Leverage Threat Intelligence to Protect Against Digital Risks
Hear from Neal Humphrey of ThreatQuotient and Brian Roy of Digital Shadows who will explain how to use tailored threat intelligence from the open, deep, and dark web to identify risks, gain context ab
Episode 54: Marriott Breach And 2019 Trends
Rick Holland and Harrison Van Riper join Michael Marriott to discuss the implications of the Marriott data breach, as well as a look forward to trends we might see in 2019. Specifically, we dig...
Using Shadow Search to Power Investigations: Sextortion Campaigns
We recently wrote about sextortion campaigns and how they’ve developed their lures over time. As a result of these campaigns, ...
Episode 55: Tackling Phishing
Simon Hall and Richard Gold join Rafael Amado to wade in on the topic of phishing. By looking at details revealed in law enforcement indictments against nation state and organized criminal groups,...
Mitigating the Top 7 Dark Web Threats to Your Enterprise
The dark web continues to pose extremely dangerous threats as cyber criminals coordinate attacks and trade intelligence about your enterprise. Join us for us for an informative session on the 7 most p
Sextortion 2.0: A New Lure
Back in September we released a blog about the large volume of sextortion email campaigns that were hitting people’s inboxes. ...
Episode 52: Black Friday and Cybercrime
For this special mid-week edition of ShadowTalk, Harrison Van Riper, Jamie Collier, and Rafael Amado focus on cyber security threats over the Black Friday weekend and holiday season. Despite...
Infographic: Mapping the ASD Essential 8 to the Mitre ATTCK framework
We took our recent work on the Mitre ATT&CK framework and various indictments of cyber criminals and nation state actors and mapped them to the Essential 8 framework.
Cybercriminals on the Outlook for Your Emails
In this research, Digital Shadows outlines the declining barriers to entry for this type of fraud. Check out our key findings.
5 Ways Cybercriminals Can Access Your Emails Without Phishing
Here are 5 ways that cybercriminals gain access to emails without conducting a phishing campaign or network intrusion.
Digital Risk Protection 2018 Forrester New Wave
Digital Shadows Named a "Leader" in 2018 Forrester New Wave for Digital Risk Protection
Thedarkoverlord Out to KickAss and Cash Out Their Data
A user claiming to be the notorious darkoverlord extortionist threat actor has appeared on a dark web cybercriminal forum offering ...
MITRE ATT&CK and the 2017 FSB Indictment
As with our previous work on the GRU, FIN7, and North Korean indictments, we’ve used the Mitre ATT&CK™ framework to play back the findings from the indictment.
The State of Cybercrime in the Post-AlphaBay and Hansa Age
Underground Marketplace model in decline as cybercriminals switch to chat channels to trade illegal goods.
MITRE ATT&CK and the North Korean Regime-Backed Programmer
On 6th September the US Department of Justice (DOJ) unsealed an indictment against a North Korean regime-backed programmer who is a suspect in many significant network intrusions.
Cyber Security Awareness Month: Week 3 – It’s Everyone’s Job to Ensure Online Safety at Work