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Cyber News Weekly 2018
09-16 October 2018

FINANCE INDUSTRY

09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Finance
The Ministry of Finance issued an advisory on how to spot fake SG Bonus SMSes that have been circulating of late. The fake SMSes state the sender’s name as Gov.sg and include the link ‘sg-gov[.]com’.
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GOVERNMENT SECTOR

09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Govt
Unidentified hackers had breached travel records at the U.S. Department of Defense, giving them access to the personal and credit card information of as many as 30,000 military and civilian personnel.
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TRANSPORT INDUSTRY

09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Transport
Researchers found that more than 30 systems used by airlines to analyse data from airplane sensors were available online and could be used to pivot into datacentre systems and servers vulnerable to legacy security issues.
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MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Media
Penguin Random House North America and Pan Macmillan have warned of a series of phishing attacks targeted at stealing manuscripts.
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EDUCATION INDUSTRY

09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Education
A schoolgirl at Manor Lakes P-12 College in Melbourne, Australia, discovered confidential student files on her iPad’s Google Documents folder that contained photos, medical details, and family information of other students at the school.
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HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Healthcare
The Committee of Inquiry (COI) into the SingHealth cyberattack in June heard that the attacker had installed a customised malware that had not been seen elsewhere and used modified open source tools that evaded anti-virus software.
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09-16 October 2018
Cyber News Weekly Comments
The recent attacks on financial institutions, healthcare institutions, and government organisations in Singapore and around the world have thrust APT groups into the limelight again.
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Cyber News Weekly 2018
02-09 October 2018

FINANCE INDUSTRY

02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Finance
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has warned the public of phishing emails impersonating the authority to deceive recipients into disclosing personal and financial information.
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GOVERNMENT SECTOR

02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Govt
A French police officer who worked for a French intelligence agency had sold sensitive police files in a dark web market known as Black Hand, allowing criminals to create forged documents using the stolen files.
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TRANSPORT INDUSTRY

02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Transport
Hackers have been using fake sites that closely resemble that of the Japanese delivery company Sagawa to spread a new FakeSpy Android malware variant. One of the fake sites has no SSL certificate and its page layout is broken.
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MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Media
The Islam Channel, a UK-based TV station that streams programmes into Russia and Central Asia, said that Russian intelligence agents had launched a cyberattack on the station in July 2015, giving hackers full control over the broadcaster’s computer networks and infrastructure.
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EDUCATION INDUSTRY

02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Education
University of Hawaii employees were targeted by a phishing attack that impersonated university officials to deceive victims into disclosing personal information.
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HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Healthcare
The Committee of Inquiry (COI) into the SingHealth cyberattack in June heard that the attacker had installed a customised malware that had not been seen elsewhere and used modified open source tools that evaded anti-virus software.
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02-09 October 2018
Cyber News Weekly Comments
The recent attacks on financial institutions, healthcare institutions, and government organisations in Singapore and around the world have thrust APT groups into the limelight again.
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Cyber News Weekly 2018
25 September-02 October 2018

FINANCE INDUSTRY

25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Finance
The financially motivated Cobalt Gang has been targeting financial institutions with a new hacking tool dubbed SpicyOmelette, which is typically delivered through a phishing email with a shortened link that downloads the tool.
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GOVERNMENT SECTOR

25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Govt
A flawed phone app for the Conservative Party (UK) Conference had allowed members of the public to login as anyone attending the party conference and view and modify their personal information after entering an email address.
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TRANSPORT INDUSTRY

25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Transport
The Port of San Diego suffered a ransomware attack that disrupted the port’s information technology systems and public services related to park permits, public records requests, as well as business services.
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MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Media
In the worst breach in Facebook’s history, hackers had stolen access tokens for 50 million accounts by exploiting a previously unknown vulnerability found on Facebook’s ‘View As’ feature.
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EDUCATION INDUSTRY

25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Education
A small number of students from Brighton Secondary School in Adelaide, Australia, hacked the school’s computer systems last Friday using stolen staff login details.
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HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Healthcare
The Committee of Inquiry (COI) into the SingHealth cyberattack in June heard that the management of Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) had not acted on addressing an alleged security loophole discovered in the electronic medical records (EMR) system, which could have contributed to the recent cyberattack.
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25 September-02 October 2018
Cyber News Weekly Comments
Popular messaging applications like Telegram and WhatsApp are not void of security risks.
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Cyber News Weekly 2018
18-25 September 2018

FINANCE INDUSTRY

18-25 September
Cyber News Finance
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) found three fake bitcoin sites that were using the names of Singapore leaders–Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam–to solicit investments.
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GOVERNMENT SECTOR

18-25 September
Cyber News Govt
Researchers found suspected infection of the Pegasus spyware in 45 countries, including Singapore.
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TRANSPORT INDUSTRY

18-25 September
Cyber News Transport
Comparitech, a UK tech research company, found several dark web marketplaces peddling frequent flyer miles from airline reward programmes, including Kris Flyer, Delta SkyMiles, and British Airways.
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MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

18-25 September
Cyber News Media
ABS-CBN, one of the largest media and entertainment groups in the Philippines, took down two of its online shopping sites last week after they were found infected by the MageCart skimmer.
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EDUCATION INDUSTRY

18-25 September
Cyber News Education
The U.S. Department of Education’s financial aid office was hit by a phishing campaign that attempted to obtain access to student accounts at several colleges.
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HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

18-25 September
Cyber News Healthcare
Further investigation into the cyberattack on SingHealth, which compromised the personal and health data of 1.5 million patients, showed that the attacker had entered the healthcare group’s network as early as August last year by infecting workstations with malware.
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18-25 September
Cyber News Weekly Comments
MageCart skimmer attacks continue to be in the limelight this week. Online tech retailer Newegg and ABS-CBN, one of the largest media and entertainment groups in the Philippines, are the latest MageCart victims after attackers injected the skimmer on their websites to pilfer credit card details.
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Cyber News Weekly 2018
11-18 September 2018

FINANCE INDUSTRY

11-18 September
Cyber News Finance
Amazon is investigating allegations that some of its employees have been leaking internal data to third party merchants in China to help them increase their sales on the e-commerce website.
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GOVERNMENT SECTOR

11-18 September
Cyber News Govt
Government Payment Service Inc., a US credit card payment processing company that serves the government sector, leaked more than 14 million customer records due to a technical issue on its website.
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TRANSPORT INDUSTRY

11-18 September
Cyber News Transport
Bristol Airport in Bristol, UK, suffered a ransomware attack last Friday morning.
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MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

11-18 September
Cyber News Media
Chinese cyber espionage group APT10 has been targeting the Japanese media sector by sending spear phishing emails with macros-laden Microsoft Word documents that download a newer version of the UPPERCUT backdoor.
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EDUCATION INDUSTRY

11-18 September
Cyber News Education
Iranian hackers had hacked into top universities in the United Kingdom and stolen millions of essays, which were subsequently sold to customers in Iran for cash over Telegram and WhatsApp, as well as in the dark web.
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HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

11-18 September
Cyber News Healthcare
The Gisborne branch of the Veterinary Enterprises Group, New Zealand’s largest vet company, suffered a ransomware attack last Saturday night that affected all affiliated clinics across the country.
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11-18 September
Cyber News Weekly Comments
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday for September issued security updates to address 61 vulnerabilities, of which 17 have been rated critical.
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