Cyber Updates – May 1st, 2021

Posted on May 1, 2021 by Webhose

This month our cyber updates include the recent REvil ransomware attack targeting Apple, the addition of Tea Horse Marketplace to Webhose’s coverage and the largest gift card sale in the dark web that included 3,000 top global brands.  Chemical Weapons Sales Discovered on the Dark Web Chemical weapons are chemicals containing toxic properties that are...

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The Top Healthcare Cybersecurity Threats in the Dark Web

Posted on April 25, 2021 by Noa Hassidim

In this post we share the important role dark web monitoring has in identifying top healthcare and pharma companies cybersecurity threats for analytical solutions like MediaSonar . Learn more about these cybersecurity threats from the recent webinar we had with them here. Unfortunately, cybersecurity threats today have become a widespread occurrence across almost every industry....

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Taking Down City Power

Posted on August 5, 2019 by Yuval Dulzin

How Proactive Brand Monitoring Can Flag Suspicious Mentions — Before Disaster Strikes Key Facts: City Power, the utility provider responsible for providing Johannesburg, South Africa with electricity, recently suffered a devastating ransomware attack. The attack prevented customers from being able to view or pay electricity bills online. This resulted in some customers — particularly those...

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Stop Data Breaches Before It’s Too Late

Posted on April 10, 2019 by Webhose

Webhose’s New Data Leak Detection Helps Stop Data Breaches Before it’s Too Late We’re especially excited to announce that Webhose’s data service to detect breached data is now available to the public. Here in this post we’ll explain why we developed this application of our data service and how you can use it as either...

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Webhose’s Top 4 Predictions in Cyber for 2019

Posted on January 8, 2019 by Webhose

What Can We Expect on the Dark Web in 2019? From the data breach of major consumer brands like British Airways to huge social media sites like Quora and Facebook, 2018 showed us that it’s not a question of if, but when an organization will suffer a security breach. What’s more, the cost of data...

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