Cyberespionage follows South Asian conflict. LockBit’s $50 million demand. Insider risk. Trend Micro warns unpatched Apex is under attack. PrintNightmare persists. Google and Apple on privacy.

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By CyberWire, Inc.

Cyberespionage follows South Asian conflict. LockBit’s $50 million demand. Insider risk. Trend Micro warns unpatched Apex is under attack. PrintNightmare persists. Google and Apple on privacy.

Friday, 13 August

ReverseRat is back and better, and it’s sniffing at Afghanistan. LockBit wants $50 million from Accenture. When employees leave, do they take your data with them? (Survey, or rather, telemetry, says yes.) Unpatched Apex One instances are under active attack. PrintNightmare continues to resist patching. Google bans SafeGraph. Apple explains what’s up with iCloud privacy. Caleb Barlow wonders if ransomware payments financing criminal infrastructure in Russia. Our guest is Oliver Rochford from Securonix on the notion of cyberwar. And the SynAck ransomware gang rebrands. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/156
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