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Hacker Groups Assisting Protesters in Iran

Channel Futures | Sep 30, 2022

Check Point Research (CPR) has discovered multiple hacker groups using Telegram, Signal and the dark web to help anti-government protestors in Iran bypass regime restrictions.

Hacker Groups Assist Iranian Protestors

Security Magazine | Sep 30, 2022

According to Check Point Research (CPR), several hacker groups are assisting protestors in Iran using Telegram, Signal and other tools to bypass government censorship.

Hackers Use Telegram, Signal, Dark Web to Help Iranian Protesters

Security Boulevard | Sep 30, 2022

Protesters against the Iran regime are getting a boost to aid their efforts from hacking groups who are using Telegram, Signal and the dark web to get around government restrictions.

Hacktivists Use Telegram, Signal, Dark Web to Assist Protestors in Iran

Secure World Magazine | Sep 30, 2022

Several hacktivist groups are utilizing resources such as Telegram, Signal, and the Dark Web to help protestors in Iran who are fighting back against the government's violent response to protests across the country.

Iran and Cybersecurity: What Technologists Need to Know

DICE Insights | Sep 30, 2022

Over the past three months, authorities have issued warnings about connections between various Iranian threat groups and several significant cybersecurity incidents, including multiple ransomware attacks and a sophisticated social-engineering scheme targeting various groups and individuals.

Researchers Say Insider Threats Play a Larger Role in Security Incidents

SC Magazine | Sep 22, 2022

Insider threats are becoming an increasingly common part of the attack chain, with malicious insiders and unwitting assets playing critical roles in incidents over the past year, according to Cisco Talos research released Thursday.

#NITAM: Preventing the Recruitment of Insider Threat Actors

Infosecurity Magazine | Sep 22, 2022

Increasingly, organizations must be aware of cyber-threats from within their network perimeters as well as those looking to penetrate defenses from the outside.

[I]ntel 471’s Alex Keedy Shortlisted for Next Generation Leader of the Year by Women in IT Awards USA 2022

Global Security Magazine | Sep 15, 2022

Intel 471, the provider of cyber threat intelligence for leading intelligence, security, and fraud teams across the globe, announced that Senior Director of Customer Success Alex Keedy has been shortlisted for Next Generation Leader of the Year by Women in IT Awards USA 2022.

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