Trade Secrets Stolen from ThyssenKrupp
Trade Secrets Stolen from Industrial Giant ThyssenKrupp
ThyssenKrupp, one of the world’s largest steel makers, was the victim of a cyber attack. Specific details about which documents were stolen were not identified or the scale of the intellectual property loss, but it was discovered that the cyber criminals stole project data from the plant engineering division. ThyssenKrupp did not provide details about how the attack happened, but investigations revealed that the attack was carried out by professional hackers from Southeast Asia.
References: ThyssenKrupp Secrets Stolen in 'Massive' Cyber Attack This Year | ThyssenKrupp Trade Secrets Stolen in 'Massive' Cyber Attack This Year | Cyberspies Stole Secrets From Industrial Giant ThyssenKrupp
- Security Operations Center team provides 24x7 security monitoring, daily log review, web application firewall management and advanced anomaly detection.
- Intrusion detection system (IDS) signatures would detect intrusion and network anomalies
- Netflow traffic may also reveal large data transfers and potential data leakage
- Log management could detect any suspicious user account activity
“Gooligan” Android Malware Hijacks Google Accounts
Over a million Google accounts have been hacked with Gooligan, a new malware that roots vulnerable Android devices to steal email addresses and authentication tokens stored on them. This information allows attackers to hijack your Google account and steal sensitive information from Google apps, such as Gmail, Google Photos, Google Docs, Google Play, Google Drive, and G Suite.
Traces of Gooligan code have been found in dozens of Android apps that seem legitimate on third-party app stores. Once the malware is downloaded and installed on the device, Gooligan starts sending your device’s stolen information to its Command and Control server. Android devices running an older version of the operating system, such as Android 4.x (Jelly Bean, KitKat) and 5.x (Lollipop) are most at risk.
- Anti-virus applications for your Android device
- Ensure the latest patch is applied to the operating system
This Week's Malicious IP Addresses
*IP addresses provided by Recorded Future.
SCHEDULE A DEMO
Want to learn about Alert Logic products in more detail? Call us direct at +1.877.484.8383, for the UK call +44 (0) 203 011 5533, or complete this form. An Alert Logic representative will contact you soon.