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Weekly Cyber Threat Report, April 11-15, 2022

Welcome to CyberIntelMag’s weekly roundup! A place where you can find the most important stories in the cybersecurity world from the past week.

The Good News 

This week’s good news includes Ukraine thwarting a cyberattack by Russia, Adobe addressing security flaws in its significant products, Schneider Electric and Siemens addressing multiple weaknesses, SAP issuing patches for Spring4Shell flaw, Cisco addressing critical vulnerabilities in wireless LAN controller, and much more. 

  • Malicious hackers from Russia conducted a malware strike in Ukraine to disconnect and decommission industrial equipment that manages high-voltage electrical substations. However, the cyberattack was foiled by Ukraine. 
  • Adobe patched at least 78 known security flaws in Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Commerce. Some fixed vulnerabilities were severe enough to expose business clients to remote code execution threats. 

 

The Bad News 

This week’s bad news includes Snap-on admitting to a data breach by the Conti ransomware gang, California’s SuperCare Health data breach affecting more than 300,000 people, Illinois-based Christie Clinic notifying about a data breach, fashion brand Zegna confirming to be targeted by a ransomware gang, Chinese malware Tarrask attacking Windows devices, Wind turbine maker Nordex being attacked by Conti, and much more. 

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CIM Team

CIM Team

CyberIntelMag is the trusted authority in cybersecurity, comprised of leading industry experts for over 20 years, dedicated to serving cybersecurity professionals. Our goal is to provide a one-stop shop for knowledge and insight needed to navigate throughout today’s emerging cybersecurity landscape through in-depth coverage of breaking news, tutorials, product reviews, videos and industry influencers.

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