I want to see your Resume!

Do you know of someone just graduating with their college degree in #DFIR or #CyberSecurity or #security looking for their first job? I am interested! Send me a resume -> devon.ackerman@kroll.com with Resume in the subject line. Tag your friends, tag your colleagues.
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281 Arrested Worldwide in Coordinated International Enforcement Operation Targeting Hundreds of Individuals in Business Email Compromise Schemes

Federal authorities announced today a significant coordinated effort to disrupt Business Email Compromise (BEC) schemes that are designed to intercept and hijack wire transfers from businesses and individuals, including many senior citizens.  Operation reWired, a coordinated law enforcement effort by the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of the Treasury, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and the U.S. Department of State, was conducted over a four-month period, resulting in 281 arrests…
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InfoSec News Nuggets 9/6/2019

A Chinese APT is now going after Pulse Secure and Fortinet VPN servers A group of Chinese state-sponsored hackers is targeting enterprise VPN servers from Fortinet and Pulse Secure after details about security flaws in both products became public knowledge last month. The attacks are being carried out by a group known as APT5 (also known as Manganese), ZDNet has learned from sources familiar with the attacks. According to a FireEye report, APT5 has been…
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InfoSec News Nuggets 9/4/2019

Over 47,000 Supermicro servers are exposing BMC ports on the internet More than 47,000 workstations and servers, possibly more, running on Supermicro motherboards are currently open to attacks because administrators have left an internal component exposed on the internet. These systems are vulnerable to a new set of vulnerabilities named USBAnywhere that affect the baseboard management controller (BMC) firmware of Supermicro motherboards. Patches are available to fix the USBAnywhere vulnerabilities, but Supermicro and security experts…
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InfoSec News Nuggets 8/30/2019

NIST Wants Insight on Combatting Telehealth Cybersecurity Risks The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants to hear from vendors who can deliver technical expertise and products that can help secure health organizations’ telehealth capabilities.  According to a notice set to be published in the Federal Register Thursday, the agency wants vendors to provide insight and demonstrations to support the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence’s health care sector-specific use case, “Securing Telehealth Remote Patient Monitoring Ecosystem.” “This notice…
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InfoSec News Nuggets 8/29/2019

1 A new IOT botnet is infecting Android-based set-top boxes A new IoT botnet named Ares is infecting Android-based devices that have left a debug port exposed on the Internet. Among this botnet's most common victims are Android set-top boxes manufactured by HiSilicon, Cubetek, and QezyMedia, cyber-security firm WootCloud said today. The attacks aren't using a vulnerability in the Android operating systems, but are exploiting a configuration service that has been left enabled and unprotected…
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