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The European Union on Thursday imposed sanctions on two Russian officials and part of Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency over a cyberattack against the German parliament in 2015. [Read More]
A database with information on virtually the entire US voting population has been circulated on hacker forums, opening up the potential for disinformation and scams. [Read More]
The FDA has approved the use of a new rubric specifically designed for assigning CVSS scores to vulnerabilities found in medical devices. [Read More]
Malwarebytes security researchers have identified a new campaign in which tech support scammers are exploiting an XSS vulnerability and are relying exclusively on links posted on Facebook to reach potential victims. [Read More]
Former NSA contracted turned traitor and fugitive Edward Snowden has been granted permanent residency in Russia, his lawyer said. [Read More]
Cisco has patched 17 high-severity vulnerabilities in its security appliances, specifically ASA, FMC and FTD software. [Read More]
Security operations company Arctic Wolf on Thursday announced the closing of a $200 million Series E funding round that values it at $1.3 billion. [Read More]
Storage solutions provider QNAP this week published an advisory to warn customers that certain versions of QTS, the operating system for its NAS devices, are affected by the Zerologon vulnerability. [Read More]
The German government Wednesday agreed to allow secret services to listen in on conversations via encrypted messaging services such as Messenger or Whatsapp as a means of tackling terrorism. [Read More]
Oracle on Tuesday released its Critical Patch Update (CPU) for October 2020, which includes 402 new security patches released across the company’s product portfolio. [Read More]

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Laurence Pitt's picture
Remote workers must take additional responsibility for keeping data safe from attacks, but it is the role of the company to provide training, awareness and tools to make this happen.
Galina Antova's picture
How do we take what we’ve learned this year, capitalize on the change in mindset that it is possible to move fast, and apply it to seize the OT security opportunity in 2021?
Marc Solomon's picture
To gather the data and intelligence you need to fully detect and respond to threats, you need the ability to scale up and down the pyramid.
Preston Hogue's picture
Everywhere you go, you cast a shadow of data that, taken together, reveals who you are, what you like to do, your habits, your addictions.
John Maddison's picture
By understanding the latest threat trends, security teams can take measures to ensure that their security strategies, including the identification and tracking of new IOCs, are being correctly updated.
Torsten George's picture
The risk of company employees walking away with sensitive data or selling their access credentials has never been greater now that a record number of individuals have been laid off.
Galina Antova's picture
The COVID-19 crisis and its associated constraints has shown us that many of the activities we considered “priorities” before March are not really priorities.
Idan Aharoni's picture
Speak with security professionals who are involved in monitoring the Dark Web and you will probably end up getting varied responses as to what it is and what it is comprised of.
Gunter Ollmann's picture
The phrase “assume breach” has been transformational to enterprise security investment and defensive strategy for a few years but may now be close to retirement.
Marc Solomon's picture
While it may be a trendy term, in cybersecurity, intelligence pivoting is pivotal to detection and response.