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The Department of Homeland security is launching the first-of-its-kind cybersecurity grant program for state, local, and territorial (SLT) governments.
In what may be one of the worst examples of cybersecurity, Hyundai is being called out for using example encryption keys for its security.
Zoom has released an update to its macOS client that fixes a severe vulnerability, one that could give a user root access.
The latest report from CloudBees is bad news for the cloud industry, with many companies still not fully securing their supply chain.
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T-Mobile has agreed to a $350 million settlement over a data breach in 2021 that impacted some 76 million US individuals.
Microsoft is continuing its efforts to bolster cybersecurity, announcing a deal to purchase startup firm Miburo.
Managed service providers (MSPs) are coming under increased cyberattack, according to multiple government agencies worldwide.
Microsoft is moving further into the realm of cybersecurity, unveiling new managed services to help its customers tackle security challenges.
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Windows has a critical, zero-day flaw and the worst part is that Microsoft has known about it for seven months and can’t seem to fix it.
Microsoft has confirmed it was at least partially compromised by hacking group Lapsus$, saying it interrupted the attack in progress.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may be the banking industry’s Achilles heel, making it more vulnerable to Russian cyberattacks.
On the heels of news Lapsus$ was claiming it breached Okta, the company’s CEO has confirmed an attempt in January.
President Joe Biden is warning American businesses of increased risk of cyberattacks as Russia looks to retaliate against sanctions.
Google and Mandiant have confirmed a deal for Google to acquire the cybersecurity firm for $5.4 billion.
Microsoft has dropped out of talks to acquire security firm Mandiant, with Google taking its place as the likely buyer.