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#ThreatThursday | 30th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

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#ThreatThursday | 30th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 30th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Did ya miss us? Following a brief hiatus last week, we’re back on schedule and ready to bring you up to speed on the latest cyber security news! It’s ‘sequel week’ for the last Threat Thursday of July, as some old and forgotten threats return for ...
#ThreatThursday | 16th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 16th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

A new ransomware hits the scene while an old one shoots itself in the foot. And what’s this about the Department of Homeland Security? It’s quite the interesting month indeed, as this week’s Threat Thursday reveals!
#ThreatThursday | 9th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 9th July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

And we’re back! It’s a rough week for routers this time, as devices for both small businesses and home workers suffer some security slip-ups. There’s also another group of threat actors leaping onto the Magecart school of card-skimming.
#ThreatThursday | 2nd July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 2nd July 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

It’s a Malware Maelstrom in this week’s Threat Thursday, with many of this week’s cyber security headlines covering malware old and new. With many major operating systems affected, now’s the time to familiarise yourself in this especially woeful ...
#ThreatThursday | 25th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 25th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

This week on Threat Thursday, there’s a field day for long-running malware and thousands of print devices are still vulnerable online. And while NetGear routers are also suffering a major vulnerability, Zoom at least continues to up its security ...
#ThreatThursday | 18th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 18th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

It’s something of a quieter week for cyber threats in this week’s Threat Thursday, following last week’s tide of technical terrors. Still, there’s a major threat to the Internet of Things and a whole new phishing campaign leveraging the BLM ...
#ThreatThursday | 11th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 11th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Brace yourselves – this week’s Threat Thursday is a big one, covering some seriously critical patches across your integral software. Elsewhere, hackers are joining forces and leveraging a long-running threat to businesses, using a severe Windows ...
#ThreatThursday | 4th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 4th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Another week, another Threat Thursday to feast your cyber-conscious eyes on! This Thursday, 2 nasty new malware threats continue to target enterprises worldwide while the NHS Track and Trace suffers further security shockers. 
#ThreatThursday | 28th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 28th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Phishing campaigns, Covid-19 scams and yet more Zoom-related shenanigans. It’s a fairly predictable week for cyber security – but no less dangerous. Let Threat Thursday guide you through the ever-growing scourge of cyber crime set to be targeting ...
#ThreatThursday | 21st May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 21st May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

What’s happened in the last seven days of cyber security slip-ups, viral vindictiveness and data disasters? Threat Thursday has the answers This week; a data breach brings EasyJet down to Earth, while a malware campaign brings two threat groups ...
#ThreatThursday | 14th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 14th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Welcome back, readers old and new, to Mirus’s weekly cyber security blog, Threat Thursday! In this week’s Threat Thursday, there’s massive updates to Windows, Adobe and – unfortunately – the Anubis malware.