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Digital Shadows helped a regional law firm discover key employee details exposed online for its Chief Counsel - including family names and home addresses.
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Part 2 looks at cybercriminal forum users’ resistance to moving away from the forum model.
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When the attacker, Andrei Tyurin, pleaded guilty, we thought we could look at the attacker goals, their TTPs and map this to the Mitre PRE-ATT&CK and ATT&CK framework.
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