Possible consequences of Afghanistan’s fall to the Taliban. Non-state actors’ political motives. Poly Network rewards “Mr. White Hat.” C2C offering will check your alt-coin. Breach at T-Mobile?

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By CyberWire, Inc.

Possible consequences of Afghanistan’s fall to the Taliban. Non-state actors’ political motives. Poly Network rewards “Mr. White Hat.” C2C offering will check your alt-coin. Breach at T-Mobile?

Monday, 16 August

The Taliban has effectively taken control of Afghanistan, and the fall of Kabul is likely to have a quick, near-term effect on all forms of security. The Indra Group’s actions against Iranian interests suggest the potential of non-state, politically motivated actors. Crooks returned almost all the money rifled from DeFi provider Poly Network. A new C2C service tells hoods if their alt-coin is clean. DeepBlueMagic is a new strain of ransomware. Chris Novak of Verizon on advancing incident response. Rick Howard is taking on Orchestration in this week’s CSO Perspectives. And T-Mobile investigates claims of a data breach. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/157
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