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PHP GIT Breach, Ubiquiti, and Ransomware 2.0

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PHP GIT Breach, Ubiquiti, and Ransomware 2.0 | SecurityMetrics News 8

Heff and Forrest analyze prominent data breaches in the news, including the PHP Git Server, SITA, and Hobby Lobby. They brief viewers on the current state of ransomware–now known as ransomware 2.0, and dissect the extent of Ubiquiti’s breach; their possible ransom payments, and organizational missteps. 

Watch to learn more about additional stories:

  • US Strategic Command Base Command’s Twitter account left unattended and results spur conspiracy theories.

  • The depths phone scammers will go to trick the elderly into sending cash. 

  • The prevalence of nation-state cyber attacks, retaliation, and overall impact on national security. 

Hosted by Matthew Heffelfinger (Director of SIEM Operations, GSTRT, CyRP (Pepperdine), GRCP, SSAP, ITIL4-F, GISF, PECB) and Forrest Barth (SOC Analyst, CISSP, CMNO, Security+).

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