FBI: $1.45 Billion in Losses to Internet Crime Reported in 2016

The FBI has published its Internet Crime Report 2016 based on information received by the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). It shows that 298,728 complaints were received by the IC3 during 2016 (up from 288,012 in 2015); and that reported losses to internet crime totaled more than $1.45 billion (up from $1.07 billion in 2015).
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Corvil Integrates its Security Analytics Into Cisco's Tetration Platform

At Cisco Live, Las Vegas Monday, IT analytics firm Corvil announced the integration of its Security Analytics with the Cisco Tetration Analytics platform. The intention is to combine Corvil's realtime packet-level analysis with Tetration's vast big data repository of downstream application-level data flows to provide an early, rich, granular and consistent detection of anomalous communications indicative of compromise.
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WannaCry no more: ransomware worm IOC's, Tor C2 and technical analysis + SIEM rules, by Andrii Bezverkhyi

After a rather long day, night and morning of studying the news, researching and hunting the #WannaCry ransomware worm there are some discoveries to be shared.. This includes Host and Network IOCs, their analysis obtained with help of fellow security researchers and practitioners, review of C2 infrastructure and its interactions with Tor. Last but not least are some free SIEM use cases that can immediately help you to detect and start blocking above mentioned disaster from escalation. And there is a quick review of SIGMA signatures that I just recently discovered (Yara for SIEM).

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