Cybersafety Sentinel November 2022 Week 4

Claudiu’s Top Post

A conservative estimate of year-to-date (Jan 1-Nov 1) cyberfraud losses in Canada already exceeds 2021’s total by $1.5 billion. Read More

OSSTF Ransomware Attack

The union representing public high school teachers in Ontario says it was the victim of a ransomware attack earlier this year that compromised members’ personal information. Read More

Arrests in Phone Spoofing Service

A coordinated law enforcement effort has dismantled an online phone number spoofing service called iSpoof and arrested 142 individuals linked to the operation. Read More

Interpol Seized 130-Million

Interpol on Thursday announced the seizure of $130 million worth of virtual assets in connection with a global crackdown on cyber-enabled financial crimes and money laundering. Read More

Whatsapp 500-Million-Users

In a recent data security breach, a threat actor posted over 500 million active WhatsApp users’ phone numbers for sale on a well-known hacker platform. Read More

Apple Privacy Gaps

Attorneys general from 10 states are urging Apple to address privacy gaps in its products after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can ban abortion. Read More

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