Blog Posts Tagged with "Saudi Aramco"

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Three Days of The Condor... With Malware

September 07, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

Pandora’s box has been opened. All the players are taking the field, and many of them may not be ready to play a proper game… Shamoon did it’s thing, but it seems to be more a brute force tool than an elegant piece of code and a slick plan. The blowback though is yet to be determined...

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Who's Responsible for the Saudi Aramco Network Attack?

August 28, 2012 Added by:Jeffrey Carr

Iran is at the center of every significant aspect of this attack. It is the only nation with access to the original Wiper virus from which Shamoon was copied. Perhaps Iran has learned something from Russia about the strategy of misdirection via the government's recruitment of patriotic hackers...

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Lessons for CEOs from the Saudi Aramco Breach

August 27, 2012 Added by:Jeffrey Carr

Most security operations centers are monitoring for an APT-style attack and their defensive tactics are geared towards interrupting it by use of an "intrusion kill chain". The attack on Saudi Aramco didn't fit this model, and hence would have been completely missed by most of the world's largest companies...

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Saudi Aramco: Are We ready for an Escalation of Cyber Attacks?

August 22, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini

Incidents like this are bound to increase, as attacks by political groups and governments are occurring with increasing frequency, and it is a miracle that so far there has been no loss of life. But in the near future, every company and agency will need to prepare for such events in order to avoid catastrophic consequences...

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