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One in five manufacturing companies compromised by cyberattacks according to "Manufacturing Cybersecurity Threat Index" report Critical infrastructure off-limits to Russian hacking, says Biden to Putin End-to-end encryption for Google Messages
GaN and the future of semiconductors A lot of mobile apps use insecure connections to send data intentionally How Fast.ly broke the internet for an hour on Tuesday New record-breaking 8.4 billion password leak FBI sold phones to crime syndicat
Google's QUIC internet standard now an actual standard Businesses that have data breaches pay higher loan interest rates Charter charges more for slower internet on streets where they have no competition FreakOut malware upgrades to vulnerable
Plug-ins for code editors pose developer security threat Amazon sued in Washington DC for alleged anti-trust violations Modern SOCs a pain as they get more complex Florida makes it illegal for Facebook and Twitter to ban politicians "Have I Be
Experts warn about ongoing AutoHotkey-based malware attacks Cobalt Strike a preferred hacking tool by cybercrime, APT groups Reminder: Hurricane season is coming and it's time to prepare Windows PoC exploit released for wormable RCE Attackers
Cyberattack forces a shutdown of a top U.S. Pipeline operator President Biden issues executive order to strengthen federal cybersecurity Black Hat Asia Keynote: how organizations are making security choices hard for users DarkSide ransomware g
PingBack Malware FBI, NSA, CISA and NCSC issue joint advisory on Russia's foreign intelligence service Hundreds of millions of Dell computers could be vulnerable to attack Panda Malware collects your cryptocurrency Google plans to automaticall
Severe security bugs in Nvidia GPU driver and vGPU software MITRE adds MacOS, Linux and more data types to ATT&CK framework IoT device vulnerabilities keep piling up Backdoored password manager stole data from as many as 29,000 enterprises Whe
SonicWall Zero-day vulnerabilities are being exploited University of Minnesota suspends research project after students submit intentionally vulnerable code Microsoft acquires Nuance for $16 billion Palestinian hackers tricked victims into ins
U.S. Government formally blames Russia for SolarWinds hack Software developer arrested in a computer sabotage case Workers' union want states to regulate ISPs as utilities Protecting the Right to Organize Act, which would change decades-old la
Discord, Slack, and Malware API Copying is Fair Use, rules Supreme Court Blanketing the planet in broadband Fake Netflix Android App FlixOnline hijacks WhatsApp sessions Hospital Pricing data and online search results Triveni Gandhi on Artific
Universities nationwide targeted by hackers due to security flaws in a file-transfer product AR indoor navigation and other new features coming to Google Maps Attackers know enterprises have a problem with overprivileged users 10Mbps upload sp
Open SSL fixes flaw that hackers can use to crash servers Automakers extending production cuts due to chip shortage Where Rust will fit into Linux according to Linus Torvalds iOS and Android hackers shut down by Facebook Almost 50% of popular
White House looking for a new cybersecurity solution Mimecast: SolarWinds hackers accessed source code repositories What can CISOs learn from big breaches Hackers used compromised websites to infect iOS and other operating systems RDP attacks
Linux Foundation announces Sigstore Project for software signing Opt-out if you don't want T-Mobile to sell your web-browsing data Four U.S. Senators want 100Mbps to be the broadband standard Is Rust a safer programming language? Google tells
Senators say U.S. broadband standard should be 100mbps uploads and downloads The future of securing laptops and enterprise 92% of vulnerabilities found in Intel products found in research 21 million user's data exposed from free VPNs Elevating
Chinese hackers had a hacking tool before it was leaked online Microsoft's free tool for finding SolarWinds malware Maryland sued by tech groups to block digital-ad tax Laser-based random number generators Google invests in Linux kernel devs T
Malicious code, now on Apple M1 silicon Kia hit with $20M ransomware attack Hack allows browser tracking to continue when incognito Comcast reluctantly drops data-cap enforcement in 12 states for rest of 2021 Enterprise Windows threats down, M
Singapore Telco hit with a cyberattack and data leak Ransomware attackers set sights on SaaS Red Hat makes RHEL free for dev teams after the discontinuation of CentOS Game developer hit with Ransomware, instead loses their IP Vulnerabilities f
FonixCrypter releases ransomware decryption key Google payout to bug hunters hits a new high The White House supports Artemis Program to go back to the Moon A company pays to get data back from ransomware, then gets hit again by the same ranso
Blastdoor Security: What it means for your organization Ransomware payoffs surge in 2020 Sudo trouble in the world of Linux App variety and security innovation in 2020 Police take down Emotet botnet Giant WestRock disrupted by ransomware attac
Corellium ports Linux to Apple M1 Just because you're Linux, it doesn't mean you're safe Google agrees to pay news sites in France over "neighboring rights" Apple and Google welcome President Biden's immigration executive orders Need stolen cr
eBook customers file a class-action lawsuit against Amazon for anti-competitive pricing agreements Successful malware incidents rise China tosses more obstacles at WHO team investigating Covid-19 origins IBM acquiring, left and right, to get b
Internet Speeds From SpaceX's Starlink Cyberattacks on healthcare organizations during a pandemic The first rechargeable zinc-air battery Docker and AWS credentials are getting stolen by a crypto mining botnet Nissan Source Code Leaked Two Cen
2020 and the pandemic brought a lot of change to how businesses operate and brought to light many security issues. Lou Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, Heather Williams, and Brian McHenry look back at the stories and discussions that define
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