MDR Cyber July Summary Update

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MDR Cyber July Summary

It has been a month of renewed cyber activity, with high-profile ransomware and e-mail compromise continuing to be the headline issues of the year. We have summarised the analysis and commentary we have produced below, that we thought you would be interested in, in what will be a regular monthly feature going forwards. We welcome your views on areas of focus and the issues you face. Please feel free to share with us the areas of cyber security, threat intelligence or the digital world that keep you awake at night or where you would like to see further analysis by our team.

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16057Huawei – the struggle over 5G continues

Huawei – the struggle over 5G continues

The decision to remove Huawei has been signposted for weeks, and comes as international scrutiny of their equipment continues.

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16060Threat Report - High severity Windows DNS Server vulnerability disclosed

Threat Report - High severity Windows DNS Server vulnerability disclosed

On 14 July 2020, cyber security vendor Checkpoint disclosed a high severity remote code execution vulnerability in Windows DNS Server.

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16111The Great Twitter Hack: a potential indictment and extradition from the UK

The Great Twitter Hack: a potential indictment and extradition from the UK

On 15 July 2020, around 130 Twitter accounts belonging to high-profile individuals were compromised in a large-scale attempt at cryptocurrency fraud.

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16183Reputational resilience: time to pause and reflect

Reputational resilience: time to pause and reflect

As lockdowns lift (and are reinstated) around the world, and the economic impact of COVID-19 starts to become clearer, we are beginning to see the impact of decisions made in haste in response to an unprecedented global crisis which few businesses or leaders anticipated.

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Cyber attackers take aim at UK sport sector

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Garmin global outage caused by ransomware attack?

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