CISA’s calls for a JCDC makeover.

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CSAC recommends key changes to the  Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative. Cloud vendor Snowflake says single-factor authentication is to blame in their recent breach. Publishers sue Google over pirated ebooks. The FBI shares LockBit decryption keys. V3B is a phishing as a service campaign targeting banking customers. Commando Cat targets Docker servers to deploy crypto miners. Our guest is Danny Allan, Snyk’s CTO, discussing how in the rush to implement GenAI, some companies are bypassing best practices and security policies. Club Penguin fans stumble upon a cache of secrets in the house of mouse.

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Guest is Danny Allan () , Snyk () ‘s CTO, discussing how in the rush to implement GenAI, companies bypass best practices and security policies. This highlights a clear gap between those in leadership looking to adopt AI tools and the teams who are utilizing them. Learn more in Snyk Organizational AI Readiness Report () . 

Selected Reading

CISA advisors urge changes to JCDC’s goals, operations, membership criteria () (The Record)

CISA says ‘patch now’ to 7-year-old Oracle WebLogic bug () (The Register)

Snowflake says users with single-factor authentication targeted in attack () (SC Media)

Advance Auto Parts stolen data for sale after Snowflake attack () (Bleeping Computer)

Major Publishers Sue Google Over Ads for Pirated Ebooks () (Publishing Perspectives)

FBI unveils 7,000 decryption keys to aid LockBit victims () (Silicon Republic)

 Hackers Attacking Banking Customers Using Phishing-As-A-Service V3B Toolkit () (GB Hackers)

Commando Cat: A Novel Cryptojacking Attack Abusing Docker Remote API Servers () (Trend Micro)

Club Penguin fans breached Disney Confluence server, stole 2.5GB of data () (Bleeping Computer) 

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