Cyber Security Update: Malware on Google and Amazon, Dropbox hack, Apple gets Pegasus and much more!
We have a mixed bag of cyber news to kick off September — most disturbing is both Google and Amazon are involved in wide-spread malware distribution and don’t seem to be taking any action. Both reject malware and/or spam reports. That’s disturbing. Cybercriminals are using Amazon cloud hosting to house the malware files. But there’s other news…
- New malware discovered in Play Store apps, could pose a threat for corporate users
- Report: Social Media a Top Cybersecurity Challenge in the Workplace
- Have passwords become inadequate for the cyber security industry?
- Recent Thai ATM Robbery with Potentially Sophisticated Malware
- 18 years of Googling: Malware can still be just one click away
- Tech Savvy Kids Could Bring Malware Back Home From Public WiFi
- The Dropbox hack puts cybersecurity ETFs squarely in focus
- Malware targeting Nokia devices rising fast, company warns
- Apple Releases Patch Fix For “Pegasus” OS X Malware
- Transmission hijacked to broadcast Mac malware
- FTC v. Wyndham and corporate cybersecurity
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