The Sports-ISAO threat hunting teams have identified a series of Ad Scams that are currently targeting viewers of Women’s World Cup 2019 websites. One of the most sophisticated we have run across we are calling StremBot. It is a fraud scheme where the threat actors promote alternative streaming video websites that serve as malware infection […]
The next three weeks promises to be fun whether you are a spectator in the stadiums or cheering your teams from your living rooms.
By Vincent Ekeh June 16, 2019 The FIFA women world cup is underway. The next three weeks we will see the remaining of the original 24 nation teams battle in France to become the champions of women’s soccer. Four million dollars and four years of being champions awaits the victors. The games will be played […]
All hail “The Beautiful Game” – on display for the next month in France!
As the Women’s World Cup is about to commence, ABC’s Wide World of Sports aptly characterized the spectacle of sport as “the human drama of athletic competition”; but nowadays it is the unfortunate politicization of sport that should command our attention. Winning at international sport has always bolstered national pride. But some nations have misappropriated […]
Sports & politics…. Its all the same, a muddy mess.
This represents the first sports-related outlet that has been affected by a Magecart group.
April 29, 2019 Sport has long been a forum for measuring oneself, one’s community, one’s nation against all others. Competitions provide social standing, community pride, and international recognition for the teams, their fans, and even their nations. International games have become a moral and culturally acceptable confrontations that serve as proxies to open conflict; allowing […]
Early Enrollment Now Open!
Beginning April 15th, 2019 the Sports-ISAO will begin an 8-week training program in preparation for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup to be held in France. Enrollment is now open! The Sports-ISAO, a program of the Cyber Resilience Institute (CRI) has previously run training programs for the following global sporting events: 2016 Summer Olympics 2017 […]
Guest Post by: Raveena Parikh I had an exceptionally great opportunity to intern with CRI as a Cyber Threat Intel Analyst during the summer of 2017. As a threat analyst, I developed skills such as tactical threat intelligence, open-source threat hunting, and social media analysis & monitoring through the course of this internship. Tools We […]
By: Stephen H. Campbell There are several reasons why attribution is so hard in cyberspace. (1) Schneier cites the obvious one – it’s easy for actors to disguise their geographic origins by using VPNs, Tor, jump hosts etc. Many of the North Korean cyber actors, for example, mount their attacks from China. (2) Another reason […]
OlympicDestroyer is Back and the Target Should Concern Us All
Olympic Destroyer, Campaign1 Hours before the 2018 Winter Olympics in February 2018 the computing systems of several high-profile Olympics sponsors, organizers, and facility operators were infected with malware that spread worm-like through their networks. That malware, dubbed OlympicDestroyer (OD), was found to be a computer worm that was a Wiper. Wipers are a class of […]