Government services in Nunavut caught in ransomware cyberattack
Valimail CTO Peter Goldstein: “Unfortunately, the Nunavut attack shows why many security systems based on machine learning systems fail. This ransomware infection began when an employee unwittingly clicked on a link that the system hadn’t been trained to detect yet.”
Sophisticated spear-phishing campaign targets UN and NGOs
This story by Duncan Riley quotes Alexander Garcia-Tobar: “It’s worth noting that most of these phishing sites never made it into widely used databases of bad links. As a result, security tools focused on scanning the contents of email messages would not have flagged emails containing links to these sites.”
Indiana health system breach impacts 68K patients
Tim Sandle from Digital Journal wrote a feature about an Indiana health system breach, based on extensive quotes from Valimail CTO Peter Goldstein.
DoorDash data breach exposes 4.9 million users’ details
Speaking with Digital Journal about the incident, Peter Goldstein, CTO and Co-founder, Valimail explains how Doordash’s breach highlights why online accounts need to be protected with much stronger forms of authentication.
Cobalt Dickens attacks on rise and aimed at universities
“A new massive phishing campaign has been discovered, which has been targeting dozens of universities across the globe, including almost 80 in the U.S.,” writes Digital Journal. The article quotes Peter Goldstein, the CTO and co-founder of Valimail, extensively.