Cybersecurity Weekly: 4.07.23

This week’s top picks in Cybersecurity-focused news coverage…

Zero Trust For Web And Application Access: Developing A Cybersecurity Playbook For BYOD And Beyond 

“Protecting bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environments and unmanaged devices is one of CISOs’ and CIOs’ biggest challenges in 2023. Virtual employees and third-party contractors are using personal devices for work at record rates. Gartner forecasts that up to 70% of enterprise software interactions will take place on mobile devices this year.” READ MORE

The Cybersecurity Advantages Of The Cloud 

“Business success in balancing security, access, and agility depends on a mutual understanding between the vendor and the customer of the six critical qualities that should be included in the desired cloud environment.” READ MORE 

Outcome-Based Cybersecurity Paves Way For Organizational Goals 

“Regardless of industry, respondents overwhelmingly felt the reactive approach was problematic for their organizations. 90% of them said they struggle with challenges when they react to cybersecurity problems as they arise. This was in spite of the fact that cybersecurity budgets are growing, with 71% of respondents agreeing that they spend more on cybersecurity each year.” READ MORE

Microsoft Warns Of Large-Scale Use Of Phishing Kits To Send Millions of Emails Daily 

“An open source adversary-in-the-middle (AiTM) phishing kit has found a number of takers in the cybercrime world for its ability to orchestrate attacks at scale. The Microsoft Threat Intelligence team is tracking the threat actor behind the development of the kit under its emerging moniker DEV-1101. An AiTM phishing attack typically involves a threat actor attempting to steal and intercept a target’s password and session cookies by deploying a proxy server between the user and the website.” READ MORE

Rogue QuickBooks, PayPal Accounts Used In Novel Phishing Attacks 

“Instead of compromising a corporate email account and targeting a top C-suite person, hackers are simply signing up for QuickBooks and PayPal accounts for free and sending thousands of phony invoices with phony phone numbers to mid-level managers and purchasing people as well as attacking small businesses. And it’s working.” READ MORE 


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