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  • Gelsinger splits Intel in two to advance foundry vision

    Gelsinger splits Intel in two to advance foundry vision 2024-02-22 at 04:47 By Tobias Mann Separation of church and state? More like separation of Product and Foundry FDC  Pat Gelsinger wants to make Intel the world’s second largest chip manufacturer by 2030, and that means serving businesses the x86 giant has traditionally seen as competitors.……


  • Nvidia revenue grows 265 percent with more to come as new GPUs and Ethernet near

    Nvidia revenue grows 265 percent with more to come as new GPUs and Ethernet near 2024-02-22 at 03:46 By Simon Sharwood Jensen Huang defends colossal GPU purchases made by hyperscalers, claims they’re ‘fairly allocated’ Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has claimed responsibility for hyperscalers’ decisions to extend the operating life of their server fleets, and suggested…


  • US Department of Defense enlists Scale AI to help the military get smarter

    US Department of Defense enlists Scale AI to help the military get smarter 2024-02-22 at 02:02 By Katyanna Quach The technology is all the rage right now, but too risky for military applications The US Department of Defense is reportedly working with startup Scale AI to test generative AI models for military use.… This article…


  • Biden asks Coast Guard to create an infosec port in a stormy sea of cyber threats

    Biden asks Coast Guard to create an infosec port in a stormy sea of cyber threats 2024-02-22 at 00:18 By Brandon Vigliarolo Oh hear us when we cry to thee for those in peril on the sea President Biden has empowered the US Coast Guard (USCG) to get a tighter grip on cybersecurity at American…


  • Apple promises to protect iMessage chats against quantum computer attacks

    Apple promises to protect iMessage chats against quantum computer attacks 2024-02-21 at 23:16 By Jessica Lyons Easy to defend against stuff that may never actually work – oh there we go again, being all cynical like Apple says it’s going to upgrade the cryptographic protocol used by iMessage to hopefully prevent the decryption of conversations…


  • A small Alaska town wants a big bronze Riker

    A small Alaska town wants a big bronze Riker 2024-02-21 at 22:17 By Brandon Vigliarolo Now that definitely would be an encounter at far point Riverside, Iowa, self-proclaimed hometown of Star Trek’s Captain James T. Kirk, has a erected a statue of their fictional hero, and Captain Kathryn Janeway has one in her future birthplace…


  • Windows 11 users herded toward 23H2 via automatic upgrade

    Windows 11 users herded toward 23H2 via automatic upgrade 2024-02-21 at 21:18 By Richard Speed Machine learning to smooth bumps in the update road Windows 11 users still clinging to the past are to be dragged into a bright, 23H2-shaped future by Microsoft, whether they want to or not.… This article is an excerpt from…


  • LockBit Takedown: Law Enforcement Disrupts Operations, but Ransomware Threats Likely to Persist

    LockBit Takedown: Law Enforcement Disrupts Operations, but Ransomware Threats Likely to Persist 2024-02-21 at 21:02 By Ed Williams By Ed Williams, Trustwave Vice President of Consulting and Professional Services, EMEA. This article is an excerpt from Trustwave Blog View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Cyber Insights 2024: Ransomware

    Cyber Insights 2024: Ransomware 2024-02-21 at 21:01 By Kevin Townsend Ransomware insights: When ransomware first appeared, the term became associated with encrypting data. This is a misconception. The post Cyber Insights 2024: Ransomware appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Duo face 20 years in prison over counterfeit iPhone scam

    Duo face 20 years in prison over counterfeit iPhone scam 2024-02-21 at 20:47 By Paul Kunert Sent 5,000+ fake handsets to Apple for repair in hope of getting real ones back Two Chinese nationals are facing a maximum of 20 years in prison after being convicted of mailing thousands of fake iPhones to Apple for…


  • New Jersey construction company cited by OSHA

    New Jersey construction company cited by OSHA 2024-02-21 at 20:01 By The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited a New Jersey contractor after exposing construction employees to fall hazards.  This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Exploiting the latest max-severity ConnectWise bug is ’embarrassingly easy’

    Exploiting the latest max-severity ConnectWise bug is ’embarrassingly easy’ 2024-02-21 at 19:48 By Connor Jones Urgent patching advised to protect attacks against setup wizards Infosec researchers say urgent patching of the latest remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in ConnectWise’s ScreenConnect is required given its maximum severity score.… This article is an excerpt from The Register…


  • New Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Expose Android and Linux Devices to Hackers

    New Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Expose Android and Linux Devices to Hackers 2024-02-21 at 19:32 By Cybersecurity researchers have identified two authentication bypass flaws in open-source Wi-Fi software found in Android, Linux, and ChromeOS devices that could trick users into joining a malicious clone of a legitimate network or allow an attacker to join a trusted network…


  • Researchers Devise ‘VoltSchemer’ Attacks Targeting Wireless Chargers

    Researchers Devise ‘VoltSchemer’ Attacks Targeting Wireless Chargers 2024-02-21 at 19:16 By Ionut Arghire Researchers document VoltSchemer attacks that manipulate power voltage to take over commercial wireless chargers. The post Researchers Devise ‘VoltSchemer’ Attacks Targeting Wireless Chargers appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to this…


  • ConnectWise Confirms ScreenConnect Flaw Under Active Exploitation

    ConnectWise Confirms ScreenConnect Flaw Under Active Exploitation 2024-02-21 at 19:16 By Ryan Naraine Security experts describe exploitation of the CVSS 10/10 flaw as “trivial and embarrassingly easy.” The post ConnectWise Confirms ScreenConnect Flaw Under Active Exploitation appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to this…


  • Firefly software snafu sends Lockheed satellite on short-lived space safari

    Firefly software snafu sends Lockheed satellite on short-lived space safari 2024-02-21 at 19:04 By Richard Speed IF (orbit == wrong) THEN oops; A software error on the part of Firefly Aerospace doomed Lockheed Martin’s Electronic Steerable Antenna (ESA) demonstrator to a shorter-than-expected orbital life following a botched Alpha launch.… This article is an excerpt from…


  • Arm targets AI performance with latest Neoverse Compute Subsystems

    Arm targets AI performance with latest Neoverse Compute Subsystems 2024-02-21 at 18:32 By Dan Robinson More and more obvious what a key market AI is for the chip designer Chip designer Arm has unveiled two additional Neoverse Compute Subsystem blueprints in its portfolio, and is working with Samsung on its next high-performance Cortex-X core on…


  • Oracle faces continued legal battle over alleged NetSuite software misrepresentations

    Oracle faces continued legal battle over alleged NetSuite software misrepresentations 2024-02-21 at 17:47 By Lindsay Clark Judge allows fraud case to continue after customer resubmits complaint A judge has allowed a fraud case against Oracle to continue after a customer resubmitted allegations that it was misled about the tasks Big Red’s NetSuite software could perform.……


  • Webinar Tomorrow: The Active Threat Landscape in the Cloud

    Webinar Tomorrow: The Active Threat Landscape in the Cloud 2024-02-21 at 17:47 By SecurityWeek News Join the webinar to learn about active threats targeting common cloud deployments and what security teams can do to mitigate them. The post Webinar Tomorrow: The Active Threat Landscape in the Cloud appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an…


  • Beyond Identity Device360 identifies device security risks

    Beyond Identity Device360 identifies device security risks 2024-02-21 at 17:31 By Industry News Beyond Identity released a new Device360 solution for continuous device security posture management. Device360 is the device security tool designed from day 0 to offer a simple admin experience, provide visibility into security posture of 100% of devices, and combines device security…


  • C-suite execs not immune to downsizing drama at Cisco

    C-suite execs not immune to downsizing drama at Cisco 2024-02-21 at 17:16 By Paul Kunert Maria Martinez, chief operating officer, is out after role was ‘eliminated’ It isn’t just the little people that switch and router Goliath Cisco is erasing from its ranks in the latest cost-cutting exercise – at least one person in the…


  • Searchlight Cyber integrates MITRE ATT&CK Mapping into DarkIQ for dark web monitoring

    Searchlight Cyber integrates MITRE ATT&CK Mapping into DarkIQ for dark web monitoring 2024-02-21 at 17:01 By Industry News Searchlight Cyber has integrated the MITRE ATT&CK Enterprise Framework into its dark web monitoring solution, DarkIQ. Aligning actionable dark web intelligence with a universally understood cybersecurity framework empowers all cybersecurity teams, irrespective of size, to contextualize ongoing…


  • Security industry mourns the loss of John L. Sullivan

    Security industry mourns the loss of John L. Sullivan 2024-02-21 at 17:01 By Chief Security and Resiliency Officer, Vice President John L. Sullivan has passed away at the age of 58. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Diversifying the security workforce

    Diversifying the security workforce 2024-02-21 at 17:01 By Larry Whiteside, Jr., CISO at RegScale and Co-Founder and President at Cyversity, discusses the importance of diversity within the security workforce and how critical mentorship is when it comes developing talent. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React…


  • CVEs expected to increase 25% in 2024

    CVEs expected to increase 25% in 2024 2024-02-21 at 17:01 By According to a recent cybersecurity report, the total number of common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) is expected to increase by 25% in 2024. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • ChatGPT starts spouting nonsense in ‘unexpected responses’ shocker

    ChatGPT starts spouting nonsense in ‘unexpected responses’ shocker 2024-02-21 at 16:46 By Richard Speed Skips the ‘intelligence’ part of generative AI Sometimes generative AI systems can spout gibberish, as OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot users discovered last night.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Executive Order on Port Cybersecurity Points to IT/OT Threat Posed by Chinese Cranes

    Executive Order on Port Cybersecurity Points to IT/OT Threat Posed by Chinese Cranes 2024-02-21 at 16:46 By Eduard Kovacs A new Biden executive order to boost the cybersecurity of US ports highlights the risks associated with the use of Chinese cranes. The post Executive Order on Port Cybersecurity Points to IT/OT Threat Posed by Chinese…


  • Apple Adds Post-Quantum Encryption to iMessage

    Apple Adds Post-Quantum Encryption to iMessage 2024-02-21 at 16:46 By Eduard Kovacs Apple unveils PQ3, a new post-quantum cryptographic protocol for iMessage designed to protect communications against quantum computing attacks. The post Apple Adds Post-Quantum Encryption to iMessage appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React…


  • Diversifying Defenses: FjordPhantom Malware Shows Importance of a Multi-Pronged Approach

    Diversifying Defenses: FjordPhantom Malware Shows Importance of a Multi-Pronged Approach 2024-02-21 at 16:46 By Joshua Goldfarb Security teams need to combine the angles of client-side and server-side detection in order to have the best chance of mitigating the risk of advanced mobile malware. The post Diversifying Defenses: FjordPhantom Malware Shows Importance of a Multi-Pronged Approach…


  • Bitsight empowers enterprises to secure the digital supply chain

    Bitsight empowers enterprises to secure the digital supply chain 2024-02-21 at 16:31 By Industry News Bitsight launched a fully-integrated Third-Party Risk Management solution to help enterprise risk and security leaders protect the digital supply chain. By combining Vendor Risk Management and Continuous Monitoring into a single platform, enterprise teams can assess vendor health, manage onboarding,…


  • LockBit leaks expose nearly 200 affiliates and bespoke data-stealing malware

    LockBit leaks expose nearly 200 affiliates and bespoke data-stealing malware 2024-02-21 at 16:16 By Connor Jones Operation Cronos’s ‘partners’ continue to trickle the criminal empire’s secrets The latest revelation from law enforcement authorities in relation to this week’s LockBit leaks is that the ransomware group had registered nearly 200 “affiliates” over the past two years.……


  • Report: Average breakout time for intrusive activity is 62 minutes

    Report: Average breakout time for intrusive activity is 62 minutes 2024-02-21 at 16:16 By Cyberattackers are getting past defenses quicker than they were in previous years, leaving security leaders with a small window of time to respond.  This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this…


  • Microsoft retires Azure IoT Central retirement announcement

    Microsoft retires Azure IoT Central retirement announcement 2024-02-21 at 15:32 By Lindsay Clark And fails to clear up end-of-life debacle Microsoft has now admitted that its recent announcement about retiring a key plank of its Azure IoT platform was a mistake.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original Source React to this…


  • 5 Security Things to Know for the Week of March 19

    5 Security Things to Know for the Week of March 19 2024-02-21 at 15:32 By Dan Kaplan Follow Trustwave on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn, and like us on Facebook! This article is an excerpt from Trustwave Blog View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Rice isn’t nice for drying your iPhone, according to Apple

    Rice isn’t nice for drying your iPhone, according to Apple 2024-02-21 at 15:17 By Richard Currie Old wives revise their official advice With smartphones these days moonlighting as in-flight entertainment when atop the porcelain throne, watery mishaps are bound to happen.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original Source React to this…


  • Mustang Panda Targets Asia with Advanced PlugX Variant DOPLUGS

    Mustang Panda Targets Asia with Advanced PlugX Variant DOPLUGS 2024-02-21 at 15:17 By The China-linked threat actor known as Mustang Panda has targeted various Asian countries using a variant of the PlugX (aka Korplug) backdoor dubbed DOPLUGS. “The piece of customized PlugX malware is dissimilar to the general type of the PlugX malware that contains…


  • Check Point introduces Quantum Force, series of AI-powered firewalls

    Check Point introduces Quantum Force, series of AI-powered firewalls 2024-02-21 at 15:01 By Industry News Check Point introduces Check Point Quantum Force series: a lineup of ten firewalls designed to meet and exceed the stringent security demands of enterprise data centers, network perimeters, campuses, and businesses of all dimensions. Powered by the advanced Check Point…


  • VMware pushes admins to uninstall vulnerable, deprecated vSphere plugin (CVE-2024-22245, CVE-2024-22250)

    VMware pushes admins to uninstall vulnerable, deprecated vSphere plugin (CVE-2024-22245, CVE-2024-22250) 2024-02-21 at 15:01 By Zeljka Zorz VMware Enhanced Authentication Plug-in (EAP), a plugin for VMware vSphere, has two vulnerabilities (CVE-2024-22245, CVE-2024-22250) that could be exploited by attackers to mount authentication relay and session hijack attacks. The vulnerabilities haven’t been and won’t be fixed. Instead,…


  • London’s famous BT Tower will become a hotel after £275M sale

    London’s famous BT Tower will become a hotel after £275M sale 2024-02-21 at 14:47 By Dan Robinson Hello room service? Can you call your provider? The Wi-Fi is down. Hello? BT has agreed to sell off its iconic BT Tower for £275 million ($346 million) to a company that intends to convert the central London…


  • Redis Servers Targeted With New ‘Migo’ Malware

    Redis Servers Targeted With New ‘Migo’ Malware 2024-02-21 at 14:47 By Ionut Arghire Attackers weaken Redis instances to deploy the new Migo malware and install a rootkit and cryptominers. The post Redis Servers Targeted With New ‘Migo’ Malware appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React…


  • 6 Ways to Simplify SaaS Identity Governance

    6 Ways to Simplify SaaS Identity Governance 2024-02-21 at 14:32 By With SaaS applications now making up the vast majority of technology used by employees in most organizations, tasks related to identity governance need to happen across a myriad of individual SaaS apps. This presents a huge challenge for centralized IT teams who are ultimately…


  • New ‘VietCredCare’ Stealer Targeting Facebook Advertisers in Vietnam

    New ‘VietCredCare’ Stealer Targeting Facebook Advertisers in Vietnam 2024-02-21 at 14:32 By Facebook advertisers in Vietnam are the target of a previously unknown information stealer dubbed VietCredCare at least since August 2022. The malware is “notable for its ability to automatically filter out Facebook session cookies and credentials stolen from compromised devices, and assess whether these accounts…


  • Trident missile test a damp squib after rocket goes ‘plop,’ fails to ignite

    Trident missile test a damp squib after rocket goes ‘plop,’ fails to ignite 2024-02-21 at 14:01 By Richard Speed UK demonstrates prowess at nuking the ocean A UK Ministry of Defence spokesperson said that a failed Trident missile test does not affect Britain’s nuclear deterrent.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original…


  • Hummingbird Automations improves efficiency for compliance professionals

    Hummingbird Automations improves efficiency for compliance professionals 2024-02-21 at 14:01 By Industry News Hummingbird launched Automations, a new product for boosting compliance productivity, reducing risk, and lowering costs. Automations provides compliance teams at financial institutions with an easy-to-use, visual automation builder, allowing them to automate away manual, repetitive tasks, saving time and effort while enforcing…


  • Chrome 122, Firefox 123 Patch High-Severity Vulnerabilities

    Chrome 122, Firefox 123 Patch High-Severity Vulnerabilities 2024-02-21 at 13:46 By Ionut Arghire Google and Mozilla resolve high-severity memory safety vulnerabilities with the latest Chrome and Firefox updates. The post Chrome 122, Firefox 123 Patch High-Severity Vulnerabilities appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to…


  • Control Systems Firm PSI Struggles to Recover From Ransomware Attack

    Control Systems Firm PSI Struggles to Recover From Ransomware Attack 2024-02-21 at 13:46 By Ionut Arghire German control system solutions provider PSI Software says it is still recovering from a ransomware attack. The post Control Systems Firm PSI Struggles to Recover From Ransomware Attack appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek…


  • NSA Announces Retirement of Cybersecurity Director Rob Joyce

    NSA Announces Retirement of Cybersecurity Director Rob Joyce 2024-02-21 at 13:46 By Eduard Kovacs NSA says Rob Joyce is retiring as cybersecurity director and will be replaced by David Luber, the current deputy director of cybersecurity. The post NSA Announces Retirement of Cybersecurity Director Rob Joyce appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt…


  • GNOME 46 beta has more tweaks than a coffee shop

    GNOME 46 beta has more tweaks than a coffee shop 2024-02-21 at 13:01 By Liam Proven The future desktop of Ubuntu 24.04 and Fedora 40 is nearly ready GNOME 46 has entered beta testing, and is expected to be released in just over a month.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original…


  • CampusGuard introduces new online training courses

    CampusGuard introduces new online training courses 2024-02-21 at 13:01 By Industry News CampusGuard announced latest online Security Awareness and Compliance Training packages, offering expanded choices for our valued customers. The Information Security Awareness package includes access to over 20 security awareness modules, providing users with best practices on email security, internet security, social engineering, phishing,…


  • Microsoft veteran on how to blue screen your way to better testing

    Microsoft veteran on how to blue screen your way to better testing 2024-02-21 at 12:32 By Richard Speed A crash course on making Windows crash on demand Developers seeking a way of crashing Windows on demand for testing purposes have received a reminder from Microsoft veteran Raymond Chen: NotMyFault is your friend.… This article is…


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