The burglary focuses on the offices of engineers, tax advisers and lawyers. Among the documents disclosed - identity cards, law firm papers, checks, financial statements, etc.
The Moses staff hacker group announced this evening (Saturday) that it had hacked the databases of Israeli companies and started leaking documents.
Among the leaked documents are identity cards, law firm documents, checks, financial statements, etc.
According to Mae Brooks-Kempler, cyber expert and founder of the Safe Online community on Facebook, the Moses Staff group rose to prominence about a month ago through various reports on its Telegram channel regarding successful hacks of Israeli entities. The emphasis seems to be on harming Israeli public opinion, not on achieving any particular economic gain. “
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”At this point, most of the group's publications focus on the offices of engineers, tax advisers and lawyers, where sensitive information is plentiful, but where defense methodologies do not necessarily measure up to the standards. data sensitivity, ”adds Brooks-Kempler.
What can be done at this stage? “It is advisable to avoid downloading and checking files, lest the files be damaged,” says Brooks-Kempler. “Offices that hold sensitive information should review their level of protection and, at a minimum, take the following actions: safeguard all organizational information, verify that all information systems are up to date and operational, increase awareness and employee vigilance in the face of cyber risks. ”