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Cyber Incident Industry Impacted: Information Technology
On 26 November, QuoINT detected a new Winnti malware targeting a multimedia software and artificial intelligence (AI) facial recognition technology company in Taiwan.
Cyber Threat Actor Industry Impacted: Financials
QuoINT has detected two new Cobalt campaigns, including one delivering a new version of the Cobalt Group backdoor Cobint, targeting European financial institutions.
Ursula von der Leyen was confirmed as the EU Commission President on 27 November. In her speech presenting the College of Commissioners and their program, digitisation was among the key issues, alongside climate change, migration, and more.
02 December – UN Climate Conference COP25 in Madrid, Spain
02 December – Black Hat Europe Conference in London, UK
03 December – QuoINT presenting “Golden Chickens: Uncovering a Malware-as-a-Service Provider” at Botconf 2019 in Bordeaux, France
03 December – Summit of NATO Heads of State and Government in London, UK
04 December – QuoScient participating at the Cybersecurity Supervision Workshop at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)