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10/27/2022

Two cybersecurity champions to exit Congress

In January, Congress will lose two cybersecurity champions, with both Rep. Jim Langevin and Sen. Rob Portman retiring after the midterm elections.

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Two cybersecurity champions to exit Congress

11/16/2022

Iranian hackers breach Federal Civilian Executive Branch using Log4Shell vulnerability

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency today disclosed that an Iranian government-sponsored advanced persistent threat group hacked the Federal Civilian Executive Branch.

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11/12/2022

Pax Mafioso: The geopolitical side to the Medibank ransom attack

The ransom attack on Medibank involving the personal information of nearly 10 million Australians.

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11/11/2022

Twitter C-Level Resignations Continue As Blue Program Creates New Cyber-Risks

Several of Twitter's C-level security and privacy executives have resigned following the chaos that ensued from the Elon Musk acquisition of the social media platform.

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11/10/2022

FTC tracking developments at Twitter with ‘deep concern’ after CISO resigns

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said it is monitoring the recent fracas around Twitter just hours after the company’s chief information security officer announced their resignation. 

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11/09/2022

House, Senate changes could slow legislative momentum for cybersecurity

Welcome to The Cybersecurity 202! The video gamer in me finds all the partially empty.

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11/08/2022

White House Summit on Ransomware Attacks Brings Global Leaders Together To Discuss Information Sharing, Defense Frameworks

The second International Counter Ransomware Initiative Summit took place last week.

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11/07/2022

SBOMs in the SaaS era: 5 reasons why you should consider a SaaSBOM

Here's why your organization should consider a SaaSBOM — and some of the challenges facing their success.

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11/03/2022

130 Dropbox GitHub repositories compromised in successful phishing attack

Cloud storage provider Dropbox Inc. has disclosed the details of a recent phishing attack.

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11/02/2022

OpenSSL Vulnerability Not as Severe as Believed, but Patching Is Still a Must

The CVE-2022-3602 flaw in OpenSSL is far from being as severe as Heartbleed Bug, the only other critical vulnerability in OpenSSL since 2014.

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11/02/2022

The surprising relationship between Bitcoin and ransomware is investigated in White House summit

Bitcoin has brought with it many benefits: accessibility, liquidity, anonymity, independence from central authority, high-return potential. 

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11/01/2022

8 CI/CD best practices: Secure your software development pipeline

Don’t neutralize CI/CD business gains by failing to account for risk. Here are best practices to ensure your software development pipeline is secure.

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10/27/2022

Two cybersecurity champions to exit Congress

In January, Congress will lose two cybersecurity champions, with both Rep. Jim Langevin and Sen. Rob Portman retiring after the midterm elections.

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