Transportation as an espionage target. Expensive, elaborate cyber campaigns by unidentified threat actors. Infraud operators sentenced in Nevada.

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Transportation as an espionage target. Expensive, elaborate cyber campaigns by unidentified threat actors. Infraud operators sentenced in Nevada.

Monday, 22 March

Indian authorities warn the country’s transportation sector that it may be a target for cyberespionage. Google’s Project Zero describes an elaborate and expensive campaign that exploited zero-day vulnerabilities. The SilverFish threat group is elaborate, well-resourced, and well-organized. Threat actors are quietly altering mailbox permissions. REvil is back. Some say “yes” to Moscow; others say “nyet.” Dinah Davis from Arctic Wolf on Security Metrics. Our guest is Graeme Bunton from the DNS Abuse Institute. And two Infraud operators are sentenced. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news brief: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/54
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