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Weekly Intelligence Summary 28 Feb 2020

February 28, 2020

In the spotlight this week: After a two-year hiatus, the “OurMine” group has conducted three cyber campaigns in 2020, compromising organizations’ social media accounts to promote the group’s own security services. OurMine is highly unusual in that its members combine methods typical of legitimate security services with those of cybercriminals and hacktivists; their activity blurs the lines that typically separate actor categories. Access to the recent victims’ accounts may have occurred through a compromise of third-party social media services, which points to a need to incorporate these into organizations’ security plans. Regardless of the specific methods, OurMine’s activity has shown that social media compromise remains prevalent as an attack vector, despite receiving less attention than it used to. 

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