Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear – Security- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Palo Alto Networks has issued patches for a critical authentication bypass in several of its enterprise security products that was reported to the security vendor by two Monash University infosec staff.
The flaw, discovered by cybersecurity systems analyst Salman Khan and systems engineer Cameron Duck at Monash University, rates 10 out of 10 on the Common Vulnerabilities Scoring System (CVSS) version 3, and is easy to exploit with no user interaction required.
“When Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) authentication is enabled and the ‘Validate Identity Provider Certificate’ option is disabled (unchecked), improper verification of signatures in PAN-OS SAML authentication enables an unauthenticated network-based attacker to access protected resources,” the security vendor wrote in its advisory.
Multiple versions of the Palo Alto’s PAN-OS running on the company’s firewall, gateway, virtual private networking and access products are affected by the flaw.
Upgrading to PAN-OS versions 8.1.15, 9.0.9 and 9.1.3 fixes the authentication bypass vulnerability.
The United States government cyber command advised users to patch all their Palo Alto Networks devices immediately, warning that overseas nation-state sponsored hackers would likely try to exploit the vulnerability.

Please patch all devices affected by CVE-2020-2021 immediately, especially if SAML is in use. Foreign APTs will likely attempt exploit soon. We appreciate @PaloAltoNtwks’ proactive response to this vulnerability.
https://t.co/WwJdil5X0F
— USCYBERCOM Cybersecurity Alert (@CNMF_CyberAlert) June 29, 2020
If it’s not possible to immediately patch against the vulnerability, Palo Alto Networks said configuring the SAML authentication with a Certificate Authority (CA) Identity Provider Certificate, along with enabling validation of the credential, can be used as a complete mitigation for the vulnerability.
If SAML is not used for authentication, the bypass bug can’t be exploited, Palo Alto Networks said.
For now, the security vendor is not aware of any attempts at exploiting the vulnerability.
Attempts at exploiting the vulnerability can be logged by systems, but Palo Alto Networks said it can be difficult to distinguish between valid and malicious logins or sessions.
Unusual user names or source internet protocol addresses found in system logs are indicators of compromise, Palo Alto Networks warned.

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NSW Health deploys Microsoft Teams to all 140,000 staff – Cloud – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

NSW Health has equipped more than 100,000 staff with Microsoft Teams since the federal and state government ramped up their public health response to the coronavirus pandemic in March.
The department’s digital arm, eHealth NSW, on Monday said all of its more than 140,000 staff now had access to the unified collaboration platform, as well as Skype for Business. 
When the government’s pandemic shutdown began in mid-March, this figure stood at 34,000 – or less than a third of its total workforce.
Like most other workplaces, NSW Health, including local health districts and speciality health networks, have been directed to work from home where possible to limit the spread of the virus.
Clinicians have also been using Skype for Business to conduct face-to-face consultations virtually where in-person appointments have been disrupted.
This has also allowed clinicians who have needed to self-isolate to continue working.
eHealth NSW conference, collaboration and wireless program manager Jason Matthews said the rollout had enabled clinicians to continue to communicate remotely during the pandemic.
“What it’s doing is enabling NSW Health staff to work and collaborate remotely and safely, which during a global pandemic has never been more crucial,” he said.
Service delivery executive director Farhoud Sallimi said the surge in demand had been met by leveraging the agency’s “Amazon Web Services environment to scale out our Pexip capacity”.
Pexip is an enterprise videoconferencing platform. The vendor is based in Norway.
Early this year, eHealth NSW began brokering public cloud service from both AWS and Microsoft Azure in part to help scale up services in a more timely fashion.
Almost half a million direct person-to-person calls took place on Teams and Skype for Business in April – almost 25 times more calls than in April 2019.
More than 275,000 virtual meetings with a total of one million attendees also took place, compared with 18,000 meetings between 66,000 attendees the year before.
Other state health departments have also introduced Teams at lightning speed in response to the pandemic.
SA Health armed more than 40,000 of its staff with the platform in just a single week to ensure communication, particularly between clinical teams, could continue during the coronavirus crisis.

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CBA to relocate IT staff, innovation labs to new offices from August – Finance – Training & Development- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The Commonwealth Bank will re-home its technology teams and innovation labs at South Eveleigh in Sydney from August after the new building they are housed in reached practical completion.
Site developer Mirvac said in a statement that ‘The Foundry’, a six-storey, 9,000sqm “groundscraper”, is now complete.
“The Foundry is set to become home to over 5500 Commonwealth Bank of Australia staff including the organisation’s innovation labs,” Mirvac said in a statement.
CBA said in a statement of its own that its “retail banking and technology teams [will] move to The Foundry from August this year.”
CBA has another building, called Axle, in the South Eveleigh precinct, which is near Redfern in the inner south of the city.
When Axle was completed mid last year, the bank began the process of relocating what will ultimately be about 10,000 technology and operations staff from buildings in Olympic Park, Parramatta and Lidcombe, all in Sydney’s west.
CBA CEO Matt Comyn said the bank’s commitment to the South Eveleigh precinct “is driven by a desire to create a workplace that would inspire our team to design leading digital experiences for our customers.”
“We know innovation can’t happen in isolation, and that’s why we are delighted to be part of the NSW government’s ’innovation corridor‘ and collaborating with educators, entrepreneurs and the community in and around South Eveleigh,” he said.
“Five years ago, we earmarked South Eveleigh as our future workplace. The move to Axle, and soon to The Foundry, is part of CBA’s long-term investment in innovation, our people and our customers, and commitment to Sydney.”
The interior of The Foundry includes “large open areas, hackable spaces – where barriers to collaboration can be removed – as well as quiet retreat zones for concentrative work”, the bank said.
Australian interior design and architecture firm, Davenport Campbell, designed the tenancy fitout “to foster innovation and ideas exchange”.
The full South Eveleigh precinct, encompassing CBA’s buildings and others, will be completed in 2021. It will ultimately comprise nine commercial buildings and shared public spaces.

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Hackers Target Military and Aerospace Staff by Posing as HRs Offering Jobs – Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Cybersecurity researchers today took the wraps off a new sophisticated cyber-espionage campaign directed against aerospace and military organizations in Europe and the Middle East with an aim to spy on key employees of the targeted firms and, in some case, even to siphon money.
The campaign, dubbed “Operation In(ter)ception” because of a reference to “Inception” in the malware sample, took place between September to December 2019, according to a new report cybersecurity firm ESET shared with The Hacker News.
“The primary goal of the operation was espionage,” the researchers told The Hacker News. “However, in one of the cases we investigated, the attackers tried to monetize access to a victim’s email account through a business email compromise (BEC) attack as the final stage of the operation.”

The financial motivation behind the attacks, coupled with similarities in targeting and development environment, have led ESET to suspect Lazarus Group, a notorious hacking group that’s been attributed to working on behalf of the North Korean government to fund the country’s illicit weapon and missile programs.

Social Engineering via LinkedIn

Stating that the campaign was highly targeted, ESET said it relied on social engineering tricks to lure employees working for the chosen companies with fake job offers using LinkedIn’s messaging feature, posing as HR managers of well-known companies in the aerospace and defense industry, including Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics.

“Once the contact was established, the attackers snuck malicious files into the communication, disguising them as documents related to the advertised job offer,” the researchers said, based on an investigation with two of the affected European companies.
The decoy RAR archive files, which were directly sent over the chats or as emails sent from their fake LinkedIn personas pointing to an OneDrive link, purported to contain a PDF document detailing salary information of specific job positions, when in actuality, it executed Windows’ Command Prompt utility to perform a series of actions:

Copy Windows Management Instrumentation command-line tool (wmic.exe) to a specific folder
Rename it to something innocuous to evade detection (e.g., Intel, NVidia, Skype, OneDrive and Mozilla), and
Create scheduled tasks that execute a remote XSL script via WMIC.

The actors behind the operation, upon gaining an initial foothold inside the target company, went on to employ a custom malware downloader, which in turn downloaded a previously undocumented second-stage payload — a C++ backdoor that periodically sends requests to an attacker-controlled server, carry out pre-defined actions based on the received commands, and exfiltrate the collected information as a RAR file via a modified version of dbxcli, an open-source command-line client for Dropbox.
In addition to using WMIC to interpret remote XSL scripts, the adversaries also abused native Windows utilities such as “certutil” to decode base64-encoded downloaded payloads, and “rundll32” and “regsvr32” to run their custom malware.

Financially Motivated BEC Attacks

Besides reconnaissance, ESET researchers also found evidence of attackers attempting to exploit the compromised accounts to extract money from other companies.

Although unsuccessful, the monetization tactic worked by using the existing email communications between the account holder and a customer of the company to settle an outstanding invoice to a different bank account under their control.
“As part of this ruse, the attackers registered an identical domain name to that of the compromised company, but on a different top-level domain, and used an email associated with this fake domain for further communication with the targeted customer,” ESET said.
Ultimately, the targeted customer reached out to the correct email address of the victim about the suspicious emails, thus foiling the attackers’ attempt.
“Our research into Operation In(ter)ception shows again how effective spear-phishing can be for compromising a target of interest,” the researchers concluded.
“They were highly targeted and relied on social engineering over LinkedIn and custom, multistage malware. To operate under the radar, the attackers frequently recompiled their malware, abused native Windows utilities, and impersonated legitimate software and companies.”

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The Star uses SAP and DocuSign to sign nearly 7000 staff up to JobKeeper – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The Star Entertainment Group set up almost 7000 eligible employees on the government’s JobKeeper support scheme in less than a week using technology from SAP and DocuSign.
Following government restrictions on March 22, the ASX-listed group – which owns and operates The Star Sydney, The Star Gold Coast and Treasury Brisbane – was forced to temporarily stand down over 90 percent of its workforce.
A week later, the government announced JobKeeper and said that employees would need to fill in and return forms by the end of April in order to be enrolled in the scheme.
JobKeeper is a federal government scheme that provides a fortnightly payment of $1500 per week to impacted individuals through their employer.
“The Star therefore needed to find a tool to facilitate its remote workforce to complete and submit the applications at scale and speed,” SAP said in a statement.
The Star used SAP Signature Management by DocuSign “so they could access, sign, and submit the forms digitally.”
SAP Signature Management by DocuSign lets users electronically access, sign, and send documents anywhere, anytime, and on any device. 
More than 2500 staff completed the form digitally in the first 24 hours, and over 90 percent of eligible staff within the week – in time to be eligible for the first two-week payment.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone in the community and businesses across Australia, and The Star is no exception,” The Star Entertainment Group CIO Laurent Fresnel said in a statement.
“By working closely with SAP and DocuSign, we rapidly delivered the necessary JobKeeper application paperwork to all staff in a matter of days, with staff able to sign and return the forms almost instantly.”
Fresnel also credited the internal work of the Group’s IT and People and Performance teams for quickly setting up the system.
SAP ANZ president and managing director Damien Bueno said it was never easy to stand down staff.
“We hope that moving so quickly will minimise the wait for these payments and help impacted individuals to weather the storm,” he said.
DocuSign’s GM and vice president Brad Newton said that “being able to make business critical processes like JobKeeper applications less of a burden is a great thing.” 
“Seeing this in action with The Star shows that no matter the size of the company, digitising this process can get employees signed up and paid fast and efficiently,” Newton said.

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Six former eBay staff charged with cyberstalking – Security- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Six former eBay employees, including its former senior director of safety and security, have been charged with leading a cyberstalking campaign against bloggers that company executives viewed as being critical of eBay.
The US Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said alleged harassment carried out by the six included “anonymous, threatening messages; disturbing deliveries – including a box of live cockroaches, a funeral wreath and a bloody pig mask; and conducting covert surveillance of the victims.”
The victims were the editor and publisher of an online newsletter that covered ecommerce companies, including eBay.
“Members of the executive leadership team at eBay followed the newsletter’s posts, often taking issue with its content and the anonymous comments underneath the editor’s stories,” the Attorney’s Office said.
“It is alleged that in August 2019, after the newsletter published an article about litigation involving eBay, two members of eBay’s executive leadership team sent or forwarded text messages suggesting that it was time to ‘take down’ the newsletter’s editor.”
The six charged also include former staff of eBay’s global intelligence and security teams.
The charges of conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses each carry a sentence of up to five years in prison, three years of supervised release, a fine of up to $250,000 and restitution.
The Attorney’s Office alleged that some of the former eBay staff threatened the bloggers in private Twitter messages, and eventually doxed them.
Some also travelled to the bloggers’ home to surveil them and try to install a GPS tracking device on their car. 
However, “the victims spotted the surveillance” and notified police, who began to investigate.
The Attorney’s Office alleged the staff then “sought to interfere with the investigation by lying to the police about eBay’s involvement while pretending to offer the company’s assistance with the harassment, as well as by lying to eBay’s lawyers about their involvement.”
eBay said in a statement that it “was notified by law enforcement in August 2019 of suspicious actions by its security personnel toward a blogger, who writes about the Company, and her husband.” 
“eBay immediately launched a comprehensive investigation,” it said. 
“As a result of the investigation, eBay terminated all involved employees, including the company’s former chief communications officer, in September 2019.”
The company apologised to the victims.
“eBay does not tolerate this kind of behaviour,” it said.
“eBay apologises to the affected individuals and is sorry that they were subjected to this. 
“eBay holds its employees to high standards of conduct and ethics and will continue to take appropriate action to ensure these standards are followed.”

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Coronavirus: Patients refusing treatment because of fake news on social media, NHS staff warn- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Social media companies are putting lives at risk by failing to “detox” their platforms of misinformation about public health issues such as coronavirus, NHS staff have warned.
Some Covid-19 patients have been rushed to intensive care after delaying seeking medical help for symptoms because of fake news about the disease, a doctor told a parliamentary inquiry.
The NHS 111 helpline has been flooded with questions about false rumours callers calls had read on the internet, MPs on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport subcommittee on online harms and disinformation heard.

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The committee also grilled representatives of Twitter, Facebook and Google for the second time on Thursday following criticism by chair Julian Knight about “a lack of clarity” in evidence to an earlier hearing and “failures to provide adequate answers to follow-up correspondence”.
The three executives, as well as a fourth from YouTube, appeared before MPs over video after research showed social media firms were removing less than one in 10 posts spreading “dangerous” coronavirus fake news.

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The Centre for Countering Digital Hate, which published the research, accused the platforms of “shirking their responsibility” to stop the spread of “falsehoods.
Giving evidence to the committee, Dr Megan Emma Smith, a consultant anaesthetist at Royal Free London Hospital, said “doctors across the board” were “deeply concerned” about misinformation.
She said: “What I’ve seen is a lot patients who aren’t presenting to hospital — they’re presenting very, very late on in the illness — because, in some of their cases, they have been afraid to come to hospital or they’ve believed online messaging that the illness isn’t as serious as it really is.
“By the time they come to me… they are unbelievably sick and they have required incubation.”
Thomas Knowles, an advanced paramedic practitioner for NHS 111, said at the height of the coronavirus crisis he dealt with “multiple calls a day” involving misinformation, ranging from the use of certain medications to do-not-resuscitate orders.
He recalled one woman who he believed to be suffering a heart attack who refused medical attention “because she’d read on Facebook that [coronavirus] meant she’d definitely die if she went to hospital”.

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He also warned the spread of anti-vaccination conspiracy theories could potentially undermine “one of our ways out of this pandemic”.
Mr Knowles accused social media firms of “profiting off of a system which places everyone at increased risk of harm” and called for regulation to prevent platforms “removing themselves from that social responsibility”.

The committee was also sent submissions from healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic who signed an open letter urging social media firms to “correct the record” on misinformation by alerting all users who encounter it. One doctor in New York said his neighbours had died “because of a delayed federal government response informed by online conspiracy theories”.

The letter, signed by the medics, called for platforms to “detox the algorithms that decide what people see” to prevent “harmful lies” being amplified.
Questioning Leslie Miller, YouTube’s vice-president of government affairs and public policy, the Labour MP Yvette Cooper asked why the video-streaming website had promoted “shocking” anti-vaccination and 5G conspiracy theories on its home page.
“Surely that is utterly irresponsible of YouTube, and I have been raising this issue with you and your colleagues repeatedly,” said Ms Cooper, who as Home Affairs Committee chair had joined the session as a guest.

Ms Miller said YouTube had expanded its policies on harmful and dangerous content to include “content that contradicts medical or scientific facts”, but acknowledged there was “always more to do in this area”. She noted the platform had removed conspiracy theorist David Icke’s channel after it linked coronavirus to 5G and “Jewish cults”.
However, Scottish Tempemail Party MP John Nicolson MP said Icke was still “spreading lies” on monetised videos on other YouTube channels.
“You’re doing nothing about it. You know exactly what you’re doing and I think it’s enormously cynical,” he told Ms Miller. “It suits your purposes to have David Icke on because he’s clickbait.”

Monika Bickert, Facebook’s head of product policy, said millions of users had viewed official coronavirus health information which the platform been promoting during the pandemic.
But Facebook faced criticism from the committee over its decision not to take action over an inflammatory post in which Donald Trump threatened to shoot “looters” following violent protests over the death of George Floyd.
“It looks to me like something is rotten in the state of Facebook,” Mr Nicholson said.
Company founder Mark Zuckerberg’s defence of the decision not to remove the post this week prompted staff walkouts and resignations, as well as condemnation from civil rights leaders.

Ms Bickert admitted Facebook’s processes for removing content were “not perfect” but said Mr Trump’s post had not violated its policies.
Twitter faced Mr Trump’s wrath after it concealed the same post by the US president and the White House behind a warning about “promoting violence”.
The committee asked Twitter’s director of public policy, Nick Pickles, whether Mr Trump’s account could be suspended if he continued to violate the platform’s rules.
He did not rule it out, replying: “Every Twitter account is subject to the rules.”

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NAB tells staff to up their digital and data game – Finance – Training & Development – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

NAB’s chief people officer Susan Ferrier.

NAB placed extra emphasis on having its 40,000 staff develop their data and digital skills while on lockdown, converting thousands of training programs to run online in the process.
Chief people officer Susan Ferrier told SAP’s virtual Sapphire Now conference that the bank saw an opportunity for staff to “upskill and learn”, and for the bank to ultimately develop a more flexible workforce.
Staff were asked to review skills recorded against their staff profile held in SAP SuccessFactors.
“We really pushed the skills inventory that sits in Successfactors and said, ‘Here’s an opportunity to brush up your internal CV,” Ferrier said.
“We asked everybody to also go in and review what they had in that tab in SuccessFactors and to update their skills. 
“We’ve really been pushing things like skills and mental health [during lockdown], and [that] now’s the time for you to double down and think about the future, particularly on things like digital and data skills.”
At the same time, Ferrier said that NAB had digitised most of its existing training programs so they could be run remotely.
“We’ve definitely used [COVID-19] as an opportunity to push harder into ensuring that we’ve got a really strong and valuable digital learning footprint,” she said.
“We’ve pivoted a lot of our face-to-face training to now be delivered via Zoom or Teams. 
“That actually in some cases is working better than it did before. In other cases, I think face-to-face learning is probably more impactful, but we’ve experienced significant take-up.
“I think we’ve changed something like 3000 of our courses from what they were before to digitise and reinvent them in a way in which they’d be able to be delivered remotely.”
NAB has several active streams of work underway to effectively redesign its operations for a post-COVID world.
Ferrier revealed last week that this would end hotdesking, with desks now only available via a booking app, presumably to provide some sort of traceability should it be required (rather than a full hotdesking environment, where it may be immediately unclear who was sat at what desk and when).
At Sapphire Now, Ferrier detailed at least three other work streams.
One of these focuses on making skills and teams more “fungible” – in other words, able to be shifted internally to fulfil resourcing requirements at short notice.
During COVID-19, the bank – like many other large organisations – retrained people from across the business to join its frontline and work through a spike in inbound enquiries from customers.
The effort involved about 800 NAB staff, and appears to have given the bank a taste of what it would be like to have a more flexible and re-assignable workforce.
“One of the things that we realised through this is that we can train people fast to go do other jobs that are different to the ones that they were doing up until COVID-19 hit,” Ferrier said.
“In the past we would have said,’Oh, it’s going to take us three weeks to repurpose these people to be able to go and do this job rather than that job’. 
“But we’ve been able to move so rapidly, we’ve taken a three week training course and condensed it into two really intense days, with a lot of on-the-job coaching.”
Having staff from other parts of the business pitch in had been “very energising and engaging for our frontline”, as well as for NAB more broadly.
“I think that’s one thing that we really learned is that skills, in some cases, aren’t so particular to one job, and you can rapidly retrain and mobilise,” Ferrier said.
“That fungibility idea is going to be something we carry forward.”
Another work stream is focused on enabling “a truly flexible workforce, where people come in and out of our office buildings, work from home [or] work from wherever in a truly flexible way.” 
“We’re rapidly looking at how we can hold onto the habits and practices that we’ve created in the last few months,” Ferrier said.
Yet more work is aimed at determining what the bank of the future will look like, particularly as a larger portion of customers gravitate to digital channels and shun physical branches.
“One of the things that we’ve noticed is our customer behaviour … and customer habits have changed,” Ferrier said.
“They’ve really mobilised much more rapidly to digital, online and on-demand or self service type platforms such as our app. 
“Customers are moving away from needing to physically be in our branches. So we’re trying to work out what that means for the future of banking.”

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Toll Group attackers accessed personal and payroll data of staff – Security- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Toll Group has confirmed its latest encounter with ransomware enabled attackers to “access” personal and payroll details of current and former staff in several countries, though it says there’s “no evidence” the data was “taken”.
In an update late Thursday – its first in over a week – the company said it had established that employee data held on servers compromised by the Nefilim attackers included “details such as name, residential address, age or birthdate, and payroll information (including salary, superannuation and tax file number).”
“The information relates to some current and former employees in certain countries in which Toll operates, including Australia and New Zealand,” the company said.
“The incident does not affect all Toll employees and, based on current findings, casual staff are not impacted.”
Toll Group said it had written to employees whose data was on the server to advise them “on how they can protect themselves”.
“As part of this, we have engaged the services of a leading provider of identity and cybersecurity solutions to ensure that impacted people are provided with the appropriate support and data protection measures,” the company said.
It did not indicate how many current and former staff are affected.
Toll Group was hit by a Nefilim ransomware infection on May 4, which it detected as “unusual activity” on an undisclosed number of corporate servers.
It later said that the attackers downloaded some of the corporate data they came across during the attack.
Attackers claimed to have exfiltrated over 200GB of corporate files, which they started dumping onto the dark web last week after being unable to extract a ransom from Toll Group.
Toll Group said today that there is “no evidence at this stage that the [employee] information … has been taken.”
It is unclear, then, exactly what data the attackers say they have in their possession, though Toll Group has previously indicated the server also contained other information such as commercial agreements, which the company’s latest update doesn’t deal with.
Toll Group once again took aim at the attackers.
“Toll condemns in the strongest possible terms the actions of the cyber criminals,” it said.
“We apologise to our people for the concern and inconvenience this situation may be causing them.”
Earlier this year, Toll Group was hit with a different type of ransomware called Mailto which caused significant damage to IT systems and required a recovery period of about six weeks.
The company had initially indicated that it could recover more quickly from Nefilim, owing to the earlier experience rebuilding its IT environment.
However, it had still not recovered full functionality in its MyToll portal used by customers to book and track shipments at the time of publication.
And with most of May now gone, the restoration has unfortunately turned into a second prolonged and intensive exercise.

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Toll Group confirms attackers ‘accessed’ personal and payroll data of staff – Security- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Toll Group has confirmed its latest encounter with ransomware enabled attackers to “access” personal and payroll details of current and former staff in several countries, though it says there’s “no evidence” the data was “taken”.
In an update late Thursday – its first in over a week – the company said it had established that employee data held on servers compromised by the Nefilim attackers included “details such as name, residential address, age or birthdate, and payroll information (including salary, superannuation and tax file number).”
“The information relates to some current and former employees in certain countries in which Toll operates, including Australia and New Zealand,” the company said.
“The incident does not affect all Toll employees and, based on current findings, casual staff are not impacted.”
Toll Group said it had written to employees whose data was on the server to advise them “on how they can protect themselves”.
“As part of this, we have engaged the services of a leading provider of identity and cybersecurity solutions to ensure that impacted people are provided with the appropriate support and data protection measures,” the company said.
It did not indicate how many current and former staff are affected.
Toll Group was hit by a Nefilim ransomware infection on May 4, which it detected as “unusual activity” on an undisclosed number of corporate servers.
It later said that the attackers downloaded some of the corporate data they came across during the attack.
Attackers claimed to have exfiltrated over 200GB of corporate files, which they started dumping onto the dark web last week after being unable to extract a ransom from Toll Group.
Toll Group said today that there is “no evidence at this stage that the [employee] information … has been taken.”
It is unclear, then, exactly what data the attackers say they have in their possession, though Toll Group has previously indicated the server also contained other information such as commercial agreements, which the company’s latest update doesn’t deal with.
Toll Group once again took aim at the attackers.
“Toll condemns in the strongest possible terms the actions of the cyber criminals,” it said.
“We apologise to our people for the concern and inconvenience this situation may be causing them.”
Earlier this year, Toll Group was hit with a different type of ransomware called Mailto which caused significant damage to IT systems and required a recovery period of about six weeks.
The company had initially indicated that it could recover more quickly from Nefilim, owing to the earlier experience rebuilding its IT environment.
However, it had still not recovered full functionality in its MyToll portal used by customers to book and track shipments at the time of publication.
And with most of May now gone, the restoration has unfortunately turned into a second prolonged and intensive exercise.

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