The attack on telecommunications companies by the group APT10, detailed by US/Israel firm Cybereason on Tuesday, appears to be one that leverages privileged access in privileged accounts, the Research Team Lead at Israel-based firm CyberArk Labs says.
A coalition of 47 organisations and individuals have written to the British spy agency, Government Communications Headquarters, raising objections to a proposal to insert a privileged user in an encrypted conversation, so that a government could spy on such interactions without actually breaking encryption.
ANALYSIS Predicting the future is generally a game for mugs but it is possible to say with a high degree of certainty that there will be no details of any American advanced persistent threats or APTs unveiled during Kaspersky Lab's annual Security Analyst Summit that kicks off in Singapore on Monday.
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