Security Weekly News Episode #226 – July 26, 2022

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1. Costa Rica, UEFI, LinkedIn, Ducktail, T-Mobile, Prestashop, News & David Monnier – 02:00 PM-02:30 PM


This week in the Security News: Killer Robots, UEFI, LinkedIn, Ducktail, Costa Rica, Tmobile, Prestashop, we also have a special guest, David Monnier from Team Cymru, & more!


David Monnier

David Monnier – Chief Evangelist at Team Cymru


David Monnier was invited to join Team Cymru in 2007. Prior to Team Cymru, he served in the US Marine Corps as a Non-Commissioned Officer, then went to work at Indiana University. There, he drove innovation in a high-performance computing center, helping to build some of the most powerful computational systems of their day. He then transitioned to cybersecurity, serving as Lead Network Security Engineer at the university and later helped to launch the Research and Education Networking ISAC.

At Team Cymru, he has been systems engineer, a member of the Community Services Outreach Team, and a security analyst. David led efforts to standardize and secure the firm’s threat intelligence infrastructure, and he served as Team Lead of Engineering, establishing foundational processes that the firm relies on today.

After building out the firm’s Client Success Team, he recently moved back to the Outreach team to focus once again on community services, such as assisting CSIRT teams around the globe and fostering collaboration and data sharing within the community to make the Internet a safer place.

With over 20 years of experience in a wide range of technologies, David brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding to threat analysis, system hardening, network defense, incident response and policy. He is widely recognized among veteran industry practitioners as a thought leader and resource. As such, David has presented around the globe to trust groups and at events for network operators and security analysts.



Doug White


Professor at Roger Williams University

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  3. CosmicStrand UEFI malware found in Gigabyte, ASUS motherboards
  4. How Conti ransomware hacked and encrypted the Costa Rican government
  5. T-Mobile Pitches $4-Per-Customer Settlement for Data Leak Impacting 80M People
  6. PrestaShop Confirms Zero Day Attacks Hitting eCommerce Servers
  7. Russian ChessBot breaks child player’s finger