The popular Pokemon Go was this week's top trending cybercrime target following several incidents including DDoS attacks that disrupted service. DDoS attacks against the U.S. Congress, Philippines Government and WikiLeaks also made news. Data breach announcements include more than 130 stores being impacted by Cici's Pizza's point-of-sale breach, Asiana Airlines having 47,000 documents containing customer information stolen, and 2 million users being impacted by a hack at Ubuntu Forums. On the advisory front, SurfWatch Labs released its Mid-Year 2016 Cyber Trends report, Adobe Flash is back in the news, a Stagefright-like vulnerability is affecting Apple devices, and legitimate remote administration software is being used to spread banking malware. The GOP led the way on the legal side of cybercrime as the party unveiled its official platform, including cyber. Oregon Health & Science University was fined $2.7 million. The Department of Commerce will soon being accepting self-certifications for the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. The St. Louis Cardinals hacking case wrapped up with a 46-month prison sentence. The alleged operator of Kickass Torrents was also arrested this week. Lastly, Pokemon Go is leading many people to get hurt in strange ways.
Download the Mid-Year 2016 Cyber Trends report from SurfWatch Labs: http://info.surfwatchlabs.com/cyber-threat-trends-report-1h-2016