Weekly: Malicious QR Codes, Ransomware Insider Attacks, Russia/Ukraine Conflict Escalates

Digital Shadows

ShadowTalk host Chris alongside Austin and Ivan bring you the latest in threat intelligence. This week they cover:

  • Maliciously crafted Quick Response (QR) Codes
  • Ransomware Insider Attacks
  • Growing Russia/Ukraine Conflict


***Resources from this week’s podcast***

Life In Prison: The Cybercriminal Perspective

Vulnerability Intelligence: A Best Practice Guide

FBI warns of malicious QR codes used to steal your money

Ransomware gangs increase efforts to enlist insiders for attacks

Belarusian hacktivist group attacks Belarusian Railways as military frictions mount


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