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Elbit Systems of America has confirmed suffering a breach after the Black Basta ransomware gang claimed to have stolen data from the company’s systems. [Read More]
A class action lawsuit filed against Samsung alleges that the company unnecessarily collected user data, then stored and sold it without proper security protections. [Read More]
WhatsApp updates patch two critical and high-severity remote code execution vulnerabilities related to video calls and video files. [Read More]
Australian police are investigating a purported hacker’s release of the stolen personal data of 10,000 Optus customers and demand for a $1 million ransom in cryptocurrency. [Read More]
Russian President Vladimir Putin has granted Russian citizenship to former U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden, according to a decree signed Monday by the Russian leader. [Read More]
The Ukrainian government is proactively warning that Russia is planning “massive cyberattacks” against critical infrastructure targets in the energy sector. [Read More]
Hackers who crippled a French hospital and stole a trove of data last month have released personal records of patients online, officials have confirmed. [Read More]
The Australian government is considering tougher cybersecurity rules for telecommunications companies and blamed wireless carrier Optus, for a massive breach of personal data from 9.8 million customers. [Read More]
American Airlines discovered it was breached after receiving reports of employee email accounts being used in phishing attacks. [Read More]
A 17-year-old from the UK has been arrested on suspicion of hacking for his alleged involvement in the recent Rockstar Games and Uber hacks. [Read More]

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Torsten George's picture
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as 100 percent protection. Therefore, we cannot solely focus on “Left of Boom” processes, but also have to talk about the “Right of Boom”.
Marc Solomon's picture
Cyberattacks and data breaches continue to rise year-over-year and another so-called silver bullet technology isn’t going to stop that trend.
Joshua Goldfarb's picture
Looking long is an important skill for security and fraud teams to develop. Strong leadership, a focus on achieving impactful long-term goals, and the discipline to achieve those goals are all important parts of the game.
William Lin's picture
AppSec is key to protecting production workloads from modern threats, but there are still too many silos and too much friction in existing implementations.
Derek Manky's picture
Linux systems are a popular delivery mechanism for malware. While they’re not the most popular – that distinction goes to HTML and Javascript – don’t think you can ignore them.
Galina Antova's picture
Over the last few years, the majority of large enterprises have come a long way in defining their operational technology (OT) governance strategies and making meaningful advances in risk reduction.
Marc Solomon's picture
Even though things have changed—from SOAR to XDR to CSMA—they have also stayed the same. These new categories are not solutions but really architectures.
Landon Winkelvoss's picture
Organizations need to be able to go outside the firewall to gather as much threat actor information as possible to build robust internal defenses against fraud.
Jeff Orloff's picture
Nothing can ever prepare an organization for every ransomware scenario. However, if you train for multiple situations, your team will be able to make decisions more quickly, and react appropriately when an unforeseen incident occurs.
Laurence Pitt's picture
Between the excitement and the comfort of working from home, it can be easy to overlook the risks associated with summer travel, but it’s important to remain careful and vigilant.