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CISA Red Team Exercise Finds Critical Vulnerabilities in Federal Civilian Agency

CISA Red Team Exercise Finds Critical Vulnerabilities in Federal Civilian Agency 2024-07-12 at 17:31 By Ionut Arghire CISA says a SILENTSHIELD red team assessment found gaping holes in the security posture of a federal civilian executive branch organization. The post CISA Red Team Exercise Finds Critical Vulnerabilities in Federal Civilian Agency appeared first on SecurityWeek. […]

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Can AI be Meaningfully Regulated, or is Regulation a Deceitful Fudge?

Can AI be Meaningfully Regulated, or is Regulation a Deceitful Fudge? 2024-07-10 at 16:46 By Kevin Townsend Few people understand AI, nor how to use nor control it, nor where it is going. Yet politicians wish to regulate it. The post Can AI be Meaningfully Regulated, or is Regulation a Deceitful Fudge? appeared first on

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Supreme Court Ruling Threatens the Framework of Cybersecurity Regulation

Supreme Court Ruling Threatens the Framework of Cybersecurity Regulation 2024-07-08 at 17:01 By Kevin Townsend The Supreme Court’s striking down of the Chevron Doctrine will have a major effect on the determination and enforcement of cyber regulation in the US. The post Supreme Court Ruling Threatens the Framework of Cybersecurity Regulation appeared first on SecurityWeek.

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How nation-state cyber attacks disrupt public services and undermine citizen trust

How nation-state cyber attacks disrupt public services and undermine citizen trust 2024-07-08 at 07:01 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Rob Greer, VP and GM of the Enterprise Security Group at Broadcom, discusses the impact of nation-state cyber attacks on public sector services and citizens, as well as the broader implications for

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California Advances Unique Safety Regulations for AI Companies Despite Tech Firm opposition

California Advances Unique Safety Regulations for AI Companies Despite Tech Firm opposition 2024-07-04 at 19:46 By Associated Press Lawmakers voted to advance legislation that would require AI companies to test their systems and add safety measures to prevent them from being potentially manipulated for malicious purposes. The post California Advances Unique Safety Regulations for AI

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Why every company needs a DDoS response plan

Why every company needs a DDoS response plan 2024-07-01 at 08:02 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Richard Hummel, Senior Threat Intelligence Manager at NETSCOUT, discusses how companies can overcome the challenges of identifying and mitigating DDoS attacks. He stresses the need for adaptive, multilayered defense strategies and the inevitability of a

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US offers $10 million for information on indicted WhisperGate malware suspect

US offers $10 million for information on indicted WhisperGate malware suspect 2024-06-27 at 10:36 By Help Net Security A federal grand jury in Maryland returned an indictment charging a Russian citizen with conspiracy to hack into and destroy computer systems and data. If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison. The

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Indonesia Says a Cyberattack Has Compromised Its Data Center but It Won’t Pay the $8 Million Ransom

Indonesia Says a Cyberattack Has Compromised Its Data Center but It Won’t Pay the $8 Million Ransom 2024-06-25 at 16:46 By Associated Press Indonesia’s national data center has been compromised by a hacking group asking for a $8 million ransom that the government won’t pay. The post Indonesia Says a Cyberattack Has Compromised Its Data

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US Sanctions 12 Kaspersky Executives 

US Sanctions 12 Kaspersky Executives  2024-06-24 at 15:31 By Eduard Kovacs The US has imposed sanctions on 12 individuals who have leadership roles at Kaspersky in Russia and the UK. The post US Sanctions 12 Kaspersky Executives  appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to

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US bans Kaspersky antivirus software due to national security risks

US bans Kaspersky antivirus software due to national security risks 2024-06-21 at 13:01 By Zeljka Zorz The US Department of Commerce has announced an upcoming US-wide ban of cybersecurity and antivirus software by Kaspersky, as its “ability to gather valuable US business information, including intellectual property, and to gather US persons’ sensitive data for malicious

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Pressure mounts on CISOs as SEC bares teeth with legal action

Pressure mounts on CISOs as SEC bares teeth with legal action 2024-06-21 at 06:31 By Help Net Security A Panaseer investigation into organizations’ annual 10-K filings reported to the SEC shows that from January-May 2024, at least 1,327 filings mentioned NIST – a key indicator that cybersecurity posture is present in a filing. This compares

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Ghidra: Open-source software reverse engineering framework

Ghidra: Open-source software reverse engineering framework 2024-06-17 at 07:01 By Help Net Security Ghidra, a cutting-edge open-source software reverse engineering (SRE) framework, is a product of the National Security Agency (NSA) Research Directorate. The framework features high-end software analysis tools, enabling users to analyze compiled code across various platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Linux. Ghidra’s

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20,000 FortiGate appliances compromised by Chinese hackers

20,000 FortiGate appliances compromised by Chinese hackers 2024-06-12 at 14:16 By Zeljka Zorz Coathanger – a piece of malware specifically built to persist on Fortinet’s FortiGate appliances – may still be lurking on too many devices deployed worldwide. How Coathanger persists on FortiGate devices In February 2024, the Dutch Military Intelligence and Security Service (MIVD)

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Major cybersecurity upgrades announced to safeguard American healthcare

Major cybersecurity upgrades announced to safeguard American healthcare 2024-06-12 at 13:01 By Help Net Security Recent cyberattacks targeting the nation’s healthcare system have demonstrated the vulnerability of hospitals and payment systems. Providers across the health system had to scramble for funding after one attack on a key payment system. And some hospitals had to redirect

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Microsoft launches cybersecurity program to tackle attacks, protect rural hospitals

Microsoft launches cybersecurity program to tackle attacks, protect rural hospitals 2024-06-12 at 13:01 By Help Net Security Microsoft has unveiled a new cybersecurity program to support hospitals serving more than 60 million people living in rural America. In 2023, the healthcare sector reported more ransomware attacks than any other critical infrastructure sector and attacks involving

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Six months of SEC’s cyber disclosure rules

Six months of SEC’s cyber disclosure rules 2024-06-12 at 06:02 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Mark Millender, Senior Advisor of Global Executive Engagement at Tanium, discusses the overall sentiment from CISOs of large, public companies on the effectiveness and understanding of SEC’s cyber disclosure rules and common misconceptions and gray

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Unpacking CISA’s AI guidelines

Unpacking CISA’s AI guidelines 2024-06-07 at 07:01 By Help Net Security CISA’s late April AI and infrastructure guidelines address 16 sectors along with their cybersecurity needs and operations concerning the growth of AI as a tool to build both federal and vendor cybersecurity infrastructure in the federal marketplace. In this Help Net Security video, Tom

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Vulnerability in Cisco Webex cloud service exposed government authorities, companies

Vulnerability in Cisco Webex cloud service exposed government authorities, companies 2024-06-05 at 22:33 By Zeljka Zorz The vulnerability that allowed a German journalist to discover links to video conference meetings held by Bundeswehr (the German armed forces) and the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) via their self-hosted Cisco Webex instances similarly affected the Webex

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Cisco Patches Webex Bugs Following Exposure of German Government Meetings

Cisco Patches Webex Bugs Following Exposure of German Government Meetings 2024-06-05 at 13:02 By Eduard Kovacs Cisco has released a security advisory after researchers discovered that the German government’s Webex meetings were exposed. The post Cisco Patches Webex Bugs Following Exposure of German Government Meetings appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from

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