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Cybersecurity Highlights

This section registers the most relevant incidents or public events related to the cybersecurity and information and communication technologies (ICT), in a way that a chronological history of them is available, together with their main links, references and information sources.
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Cyberespionage group APT 30

04/12/2015
FireEye has revealed in a report the existence of a group of cybercriminals named APT30. This group had been carrying low profile cyber attacks against government agencies, commercial entities and...

Equation Group, most advanced cyberespionage operation

02/16/2015
Kaspersky has reported the existence of an organization called Equation Group. This organization would be an advanced cyberespionage group, with access to more advanced and sophisticated malware...

FIN4: target Stock Trading

11/30/2014
Researchers at FireEye has published more than 100 companies, mainly pharmaceutical and healthcare, have been victims of attack spearphishing since mid 2013. The responsibility for these attacks,...

Regin: advanced APT

11/23/2014
An advanced piece of malware, known as Regin, has been discovered. This malware is a multi-tier threat including remote access Trojan (RAT) features, such as capturing screenshots, password theft,...

Darkhotel: APT for hotel guests

11/10/2014
Kaspersky has published today a report on an APT, named Darkhotel, which would have been active since 2007. This "new" threat, mostly present in the Asia-Pacific region, has been used since then...

Hackers infiltrate the Withe House

10/28/2014
White House sources have declared having identified suspicious activity in one of the unclassified networks of the Wite House. This incidente would have been the cause of temporary outages of the...

APT28: a new threat with probable Russian origin

10/27/2014
FireEye has published a report in which they analyse a new APT, named APT28. The company informs that there are evidences pointing out that this new threat has Russian origin, due to its targets....

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