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Articles of interest from the week of August 28, 2023

New Cyber Incident Notification Requirements for Credit Unions

Beginning on September 1, 2023, all federally insured credit unions must notify the NCUA as soon as possible, and no later than 72 hours, after the credit union reasonably believes it has experienced a reportable cyber incident or received a notification from a third party regarding a reportable cyber incident. (National Credit Union Administration)

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"More entities are enforcing these types of reporting guidelines around breaches and it is very much an advantage for the clients of these companies or services. Without these types of reporting standards, it allows organizations to pick and choose what they report in an attempt to save face but also does not force them to review the procedures they have in place to ensure that they are able to identify a potential breach before it becomes an issue. Additionally, this can potentially bolster consumer protections as well as financial accountability.

Craig Flynn, SOC Analyst Lead at Ingalls Information Security

 

 

FBI Urges Immediate Removal of Hacked Barracuda ESG Devices

The FBI urged the immediate removal of previously hacked email security appliances made by Barracuda Networks in a Wednesday flash alert, injecting fresh urgency into the push to stymie what's been called the broadest Chinese cyber spying campaign in years. (GovInfoSecurity)

 

CISA and FBI Publish Joint Advisory on QakBot Infrastructure

Yesterday, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released a joint Cybersecurity Advisory (CSA), Identification and Disruption of QakBot Infrastructure, to help organizations detect and protect against newly identified QakBot-related activity and malware. QakBot—also known as Qbot, Quackbot, Pinkslipbot, and TA570—is responsible for thousands of malware infections globally. (CISA)

 

Introducing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 Reference Tool!

Today, NIST is officially unveiling our new Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 Reference Tool. This resource allows users to explore the Draft CSF 2.0 Core (Functions, Categories, Subcategories, Implementation Examples) and offers human and machine-readable versions of the draft Core (in both JSON and Excel formats). Currently, the tool allows users to view and export portions of the Core using key search terms. This tool will ultimately enable users to create their own version of the CSF 2.0 Core with selected Informative References and will provide a simple and streamlined way for users to explore different aspects of the CSF Core. (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

 

CISA and International Partners Release Malware Analysis Report on Infamous Chisel Mobile Malware

Today, the United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-UK), the United States’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), National Security Agency (NSA), and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), New Zealand’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-NZ), Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS), and the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) published a joint Malware Analysis Report (MAR), on Infamous Chisel a new mobile malware targeting Android devices with capabilities to enable unauthorized access to compromised devices, scan files, monitor traffic, and periodically steal sensitive information. Infamous Chisel mobile malware has been used in a malware campaign targeting Android devices in use by the Ukrainian military. (CISA)

 

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