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Gmail Is Adding Verification for Potentially Sensitive Actions
Gmail is adding additional layers of security, requiring users to verify their identity before allowing potentially sensitive changes....
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Google’s Pixel Binary Transparency Keeps Users Safe From Supply Chain Attacks
Google has unveiled a major security feature for Pixel owners, giving them the ability to verify the authenticity of their Pixel’s Android operating...
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Cyber Safety Review Board Will Review Microsoft Exchange Breach
The Department of Homeland Security's Cyber Safety Review Board will review cloud security and the recent Microsoft Exchange breach....
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CISA Says Citrix ShareFile Flaw Is Being Actively Exploited
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says a Citrix ShareFile flaw is being actively exploited, adding it to its Known Exploited Vulner...
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US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Prepares to Regulate Surveillance Industry
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is preparing to regulate the consumer surveillance industry responsible for buying and selling consumer data....
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DHS Releases Postmortem On Lapsus$ Attacks & How Organizations Can Protect Themselves
The Department of Homeland Security has released a postmortem on the Lapsus$ cyberattacks and what lessons organizations can learn....
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CISA Classifies a Patched Microsoft PoC Flaw As a Known Exploited Vulnerability
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added a patched Microsoft vulnerability to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV...
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Institute of Economic Affairs Calls UK Government’s Encryption Claims ‘Delusional’
Matthew Lesh, Director of Public Policy and Communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs, has fired back at UK technology minister Michelle Don...
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Colorado Department of Higher Education Data Breach Exposes 16 Years of Data
The Colorado Department of Higher Education has revealed that it suffered a ransomware attack that exposed 16 years worth of student data....
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FCC Issues a Record-Breaking $300 Million Robocall Fine
The FCC continues its war on robocallers, issuing a record-breaking $300 million fine for "auto warranty scam robocalls."...
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FCC Opens the Door to Blocking One Owl Over Robocalls
The Federal Communications Commission has issued a cease-and-desist letter to One Owl over robocalls, and told other providers to be ready to block th...
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Security Firm CEO Blasts Microsoft’s ‘Grossly Irresponsible’ Azure Security
Tenable CEO Amit Yoran has blasted Microsoft for "grossly irresponsible" Azure security, saying the company is bordering on "blatantly negligent."...
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Bad Actors Exploited a Salesforce Zero-Day Flaw in Phishing Campaign
Bad Actors Exploited a Salesforce Zero-Day Flaw in Phishing Campaign...
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Cisco Unveils Automated Ransomware Recovery Tool
Cisco has announced a major upgrade to its Extended Detection and Response (XDR) solution, adding ransomware recovery abilities....
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Health Data of Up to 11 Million Accessed by Hackers in MOVEit Breach
Maximus, a US government contractor, says the health data of up to 11 million individuals was accessed by hackers exploiting a MOVEit zero-day flaw....
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Bad Actors Using Google & Bing Advertising Networks to Spread Malware
Bad actors are using Google and Bing's advertising networks to spread malware in an effort "to compromise business networks."...
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Sen. Wyden: ‘Hold Microsoft Responsible for Its Negligent Cybersecurity Practices’
Senator Ron Wyden is calling on the Department of Justice to "hold Microsoft responsible for its Negligent cybersecurity practices."...
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Microsoft Finally Adds Firmware Analysis to Microsoft Defender for IoT
Microsoft has added the ability to analyze firmware for security risks to Microsoft Defender for IoT....
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Ubuntu Users Uniquely Vulnerable to Linux Kernel Security Flaws
A new report says nearly 40% of Ubuntu users are vulnerable to a pair of kernel vulnerabilities unique to Ubuntu and its derivative distributions....
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SEC’s New Rules Require Businesses to Disclose Cybersecurity Incidents Within Days
The Security and Exchange Commission has adopted new rules that require companies to disclose cybersecurity incidents within four business days of dis...
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