Malware patrol selected some relevant cybersecurity news over the past 2 weeks. A survey of cyber investigators and antiabuse service providers to understand how ICANN’s application of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has impacted the distributed WHOIS service and anti-abuse work. Also, A survey of cyber investigators and antiabuse service providers to understand how ICANN’s application of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has impacted the distributed WHOIS service and anti-abuse work.

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Operation GhostShell: Novel RAT Targets Global Aerospace and Telecoms Firms

Source: Cybereason

The Cybereason Nocturnus and Incident Response Teams responded to Operation GhostShell, a highly targeted cyber espionage campaign targeting the Aerospace and Telecommunications industries mainly in the Middle East, with additional victims in the U.S., Russia, and Europe. Read more.

ICANN, GDPR, and the WHOIS: A Users Survey – Three Years Later.

Source: m3aawg

A survey of cyber investigators and antiabuse service providers to understand how ICANN’s application of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has impacted the distributed WHOIS service and anti-abuse work. Read more.

Threat Analysis Report: Inside the Destructive PYSA Ransomware

Source: Cybereason

Cybereason Threat Analysis reports to inform on impacting threats. The Threat Analysis reports investigate these threats and provide practical recommendations for protecting against them. Read more.

Managed Security Services: 2022 Pricing Models

Source: MSSP Alert

Your business has introduced some basic managed security services. But you need to evolve your pricing in 2022 to reflect Basic services, Advanced services, and vCISO services. Read more.