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CYJAX Celebrates Successful Completion of First Funding Round 

London, 23 June 2023 – CYJAX, a pioneering Cyber Threat Intelligence company, is proud to announce the successful completion of its first major funding round, securing £2 million in investments. The funding round was oversubscribed, with strong interest from prominent investors, indicating a high level of confidence in CYJAX’s vision and potential for growth.  CYJAX […]

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Threat actors targeting Israel and India

Ongoing collective hacking operations such as OpIsrael, OpIran and OpIndia consist of several hacktivist threat actors working independently to disrupt critical infrastructure and government entities. OpIsrael is an annual coordinated cyberattack, during which pro-Palestine hacktivists attack Israeli government, commercial and private websites. The campaign was launched in November 2012 by the Anonymous collective. OpIran and

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Fangxiao: a Chinese threat actor

Phishing campaigns continue to increase globally. These operations offer an easy route for cybercriminals to generate revenue, steal credentials and spread malware. Cyjax has recently investigated a sophisticated, large-scale phishing campaign that exploits the reputation of international, trusted brands, and targets businesses in multiple verticals including retail, banking, travel, pharmaceuticals, travel and energy. We are

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Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Weekly Brief – 14 June 2021

In the Americas, the world’s largest meat supplier, Brazil-headquartered JBS, announced that it had paid hackers approximately USD11m, reportedly in Bitcoin, to end a major ransomware attack affecting its computer networks in North America and Australia. San Francisco-based cloud computing services provider Fastly said that a global internet outage affecting major corporate and government entities was caused

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