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    • 8 mai 2018Putting FUD Back in Information Security
      FUD is Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt. A tactic well played in the early days of Information Security. I never liked it because… well you know that Boy Who Cried Wolf story, right? It appears to me that FUD is making a strong comeback. This time instead of being used to help bolster InfoSec budgets or […]

    • 16 avril 2018Windows 10 Update Disrupts Pen Input; Microsoft Offers Potentially Dangerous Fix
      A recent Microsoft security update – according to Wacom’s support pages, the OS build 16299.334 – has had a rather unexpected side-effect. Many users of have been experiencing issues where drawing apps, such as Photoshop, no longer function correctly. For example, pressing the pen to the tablet device does not “draw” as it should, but […]

    • 1 avril 2018Information Security and the Zero-Sum Game
      A zero-sum game is a mathematical representation of a situation in which each participant’s gain or loss is exactly balanced by the losses or gains of the other participant. In Information Security a zero-sum game usually references the trade-off between being secure and having privacy. However, there is another zero-sum game often played with Information […]

    • 16 mars 2018Google’s new Gaming Venture: A New Player?
      Google in Gaming – Facts and Speculation In January 2018, game industry veteran Phil Harrison announced that he was joining Google as a Vice President and GM. With Harrison’s long history of involvement with video game companies – having previously worked with Sony and Microsoft’s Xbox division – this immediately prompted speculation and rumours about […]

    • 9 février 2018Bubble Economies and the Sustainability of Mobile Gaming
      Old Bubbles and New Bubbles Gaming is a technology-based market, and tech markets are no strangers to economic bubbles and the effects of them bursting. The market recession of the early 2000s, most commonly known as the Dotcom Crash, is probably the biggest and most influential ‘burst bubble’ of the internet era. The Dotcom Bubble […]

TAO Security

    • 9 novembre 2020New Book! The Best of TaoSecurity Blog, Volume 3
       Introduction I published a new book!The Best of TaoSecurity Blog, Volume 3: Current Events, Law, Wise People, History, and Appendices is the third title in the TaoSecurity Blog series. It’s in the Kindle Store, and if you have an Unlimited account, it’s free. I also published a print edition, which is 485 pages. Book DescriptionThe book features the following description …

    • 31 octobre 2020Security and the One Percent: A Thought Exercise in Estimation and Consequences
      There’s a good chance that if you’re reading this post, you’re the member of an exclusive club. I call it the security one percent, or the security 1%. This is shorthand for the assortment of people and organizations who have the personnel, processes, technology, and support to implement somewhat robust digital security programs, especially those with the detection and response capabilities and no …

    • 23 octobre 2020MITRE ATT&CK Tactics Are Not Tactics
      Just what are « tactics »?IntroductionMITRE ATT&CK is a great resource, but something about it has bothered me since I first heard about it several years ago. It’s a minor point, but I wanted to document it in case it confuses anyone else.The MITRE ATT&CK Design and Philosophy document from March 2020 says the following:At a high-level, ATT&CK is a behavioral model that consists of …

    • 10 octobre 2020Greg Rattray Invented the Term Advanced Persistent Threat
       I was so pleased to read this Tweet yesterday from Greg Rattray: »Back in 2007, I coined the term “Advanced Persistent Threat” to characterize emerging adversaries that we needed to work with the defense industrial base to deal with… Since then both the APT term and the nature of our adversaries have evolved. What hasn’t changed is that in cyberspace, advanced attackers will persistent …

    • 3 septembre 2020The FBI Intrusion Notification Program
      The FBI intrusion notification program is one of the most important developments in cyber security during the last 15 years. This program achieved mainstream recognition on 24 March 2014 when Ellen Nakashima reported on it for the Washington Post in her story U.S. notified 3,000 companies in 2013 about cyberattacks. The story noted the following: »Federal agents notified more than 3, …

Information Security Buzz

    • 28 novembre 2020Expert Reaction On News: Among Us App Used To Distribute Malware
      It’s been reported that InterSloth’s ‘Among Us’ is being used by hackers to distribute malware. Among Us one of the latest games to be hitting the world by storm, with it… The ISBuzz Post: This Post Expert Reaction On News: Among Us App Used To Distribute Malware appeared first on Information Security Buzz. …

    • 28 novembre 2020Black Friday – IoT Devices Bought Today Are Far Riskier Than Consumers Think
      Black Friday is upon us, and smart doorbells may well be off the wish list following this week’s news of their IoT vulnerabilities. But all other IoT devices will fly off… The ISBuzz Post: This Post Black Friday – IoT Devices Bought Today Are Far Riskier Than Consumers Think appeared first on Information Security Buzz. …

    • 27 novembre 2020Experts On NHS Patients Have Data Exposed After Human Mistake
      It has been reported that a data breach at NHS Highland has led to the personal information of 284 patients with diabetes being shared with more than 30 people. The error,… The ISBuzz Post: This Post Experts On NHS Patients Have Data Exposed After Human Mistake appeared first on Information Security Buzz. …

    • 26 novembre 2020To Succeed, Enterprise Cybersecurity Needs IoT Scale
      There are few things in cybersecurity that aren’t up for endless debate. Yet one thing that is universally agreed upon is that anything with an Internet address can and will… The ISBuzz Post: This Post To Succeed, Enterprise Cybersecurity Needs IoT Scale appeared first on Information Security Buzz. …

    • 26 novembre 2020Mobileiron Vulnerability Used By State-backed Hackers To Break Into Networks – Experts Insight
      Cyber criminals are actively exploiting the vulnerabilities in mobile device managment (MDM) solutions to successfully gain access to networks across government, healthcare and other industries as reported. An alert warning is… The ISBuzz Post: This Post Mobileiron Vulnerability Used By State-backed Hackers To Break Into Networks – Experts Insight appeared first on Information Security …

gHacks

    • 28 novembre 2020Gog Black Friday Sale for games is on: here are 8 suggestions
      All major game stores are running sales currently as part of Black Friday. Valve’s Steam Autumn Sale is already underway, and so are sales on the Epic Games Store and Gog. The Gog store is special, because it does not force customers to use a software and because its offerings come without DRM. The software, completely optional, provides interesting features such as options to roll back updates. T …

    • 28 novembre 2020QuickWayToFolders provides a unique way to access your desktop shortcuts and folders
      Launchers and file managers are very useful programs that allow you to multi-task with ease. What if you could combine the features of both into one package? That is one way of describing QuickWayToFolders, it provides a unique way to access your desktop shortcuts and folders. The program is portable, and sits in the system tray. When you run it, the Options window opens. Let’s come back to this l …

    • 27 novembre 2020How to hide the extension icon (jigsaw) in Google Chrome
      An extension icon that looks like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle is displayed when you have at least one extension installed in Google Chrome. Google added the icon to the Chrome browser as an experiment initially but has now made it a permanent addition to Chrome. Designed to improve the manageability of browser extensions, it is handy to hide and show individual extension icons, and to access other …

    • 27 novembre 2020Ghacks Black Friday Deal: AdGuard Lifetime Subscription
      AdGuard is a content blocker that is available for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and as a browser extension for many popular browsers. The program runs in the background instead of just in the browser, and that is the main reason why it is such a powerful content blocking solution. Since it runs in the background on the entire system, it is capable of dealing with trackers, malicious IP addresses, or …

SecurityWeek

    • 16 septembre 2020Box Showcases New Offerings for Remote Working Environment
      The primary problem caused by the growth in remote working is a new degree of complexity. The threats remain the same, but the solutions must be new. Box on Wednesday announced additions and enhancements to its range of products designed for the growing remote working environment. read more …

    • 16 septembre 2020U.S. House Passes IoT Cybersecurity Bill
      The U.S. House of Representatives this week passed the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act, a bill whose goal is to improve the security of IoT devices. read more …

    • 16 septembre 2020Nozomi Networks Becomes CVE Numbering Authority
      Nozomi Networks, a company that specializes in the security of OT and IoT systems, on Tuesday announced that it has become a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) Numbering Authority (CNA). read more …

    • 16 septembre 2020NSA Publishes Guidance on UEFI Secure Boot Customization
      The United States National Security Agency (NSA) this week published guidance on how the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Secure Boot feature can be customized to fit an organization’s needs. read more …

Help Net Security

    • 27 novembre 2020Out-of-band Drupal security updates fix bugs with known exploits
      Drupal has released out-of-band security updates to fix two critical code execution flaws (CVE-2020-28948, CVE-2020-28949) in Drupal core, as “there are known exploits for one of core’s dependencies and some configurations of Drupal are vulnerable.” The vulnerabilities (CVE-2020-28948, CVE-2020-28949) CVE-2020-28948 and CVE-2020-28949 are arbitrary PHP code execution vulnerabilit …

    • 27 novembre 2020Group-IB launches new threat hunting and attack prevention solution
      Group-IB has revealed the results of its yearslong development of proprietary high-tech products for threat hunting and research — Threat Intelligence & Attribution and Threat Hunting Framework. Group-IB has become the first company to offer a new type of solution called Threat Intelligence & Attribution. The system is designed to create and customize a cyber threat map for a specific co …

    • 27 novembre 2020Attacks are rising in all vectors and types
      DDoS, web application, bot, and other attacks have surged exponentially compared to the first half of 2019, according to CDNetworks. In particular, attacks on web applications rose by 800%. These alarming statistics show that enterprises are experiencing challenging times in their attempts to defend against cyber attacks and protect their online assets. Hackers extremely sensitive to industry tran …

    • 27 novembre 2020The current state of third-party risk management
      Third-party risk management (TPRM) professionals increasingly do not trust that security questionnaires provide sufficient information to properly understand and act on their third-party risk, according to RiskRecon and Cyentia Institute. As a result, the study found more enterprises are moving towards data-driven third-party risk management programs. Many firms use questionnaires to assess vendor …

    • 27 novembre 2020Top digital security worries when it comes to remote employees
      26% of remote workers have experienced a cyber attack personally, while 45% of employers have asked their employees to use their personal devices for work since the start of the pandemic, according to a Microsoft research. The study surveyed 500 employees and 200 business decision makers in September 2020 about remote working, digital security behaviours, and the worries they now face. Retrofittin …

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    • 26 novembre 2020How secure are your AI and machine learning projects?
      When enterprises adopt new technology, security is often on the back burner. It can seem more important to get new products or services to customers and internal users as quickly as possible and at the lowest cost. Good security can be slow and expensive. [ Learn why you need an API security program, not a piecemeal approach. | Get the latest from CSO by signing up for our newsletters. ] Artificia …

    • 25 novembre 2020How to use Windows Defender Attack Surface Reduction rules
      With all the attacks in the news recently, can you take steps to protect workstations that you already have and might not have enabled? Yes, and most of the steps are built into the operating system you already have. [ Find out how 4 deception tools deliver truer network security. | Get the latest from CSO by signing up for our newsletters. ]Windows 10’s Attack Surface Reduction (ASR) rules are pa …

    • 25 novembre 2020What is swatting? Unleashing armed police against your enemies
      Swatting definition Swatting is a form of harassment in which attackers try to trick police forces into sending a heavily armed strike force — often a SWAT team, which gives the technique its name — to a victim’s home or business. The Los Angeles Police Department, in a press release about a specific swatting attack that occurred in August of 2020, provided this definition of swatting: « The term ‘ …

    • 24 novembre 2020New US IoT law aims to improve edge device security
      As the world moves toward interconnection of all electronic devices, the proverbial internet of things (IoT), device manufacturers prioritize speed to market and price over security. According to Nokia’s most recent threat intelligence report, IoT devices are responsible for almost a third of all mobile and Wi-Fi network infections.[ Keep up with 8 hot cyber security trends (and 4 going cold). Giv …

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Cybersecurity Insiders

    • 28 novembre 2020What is unified endpoint management? UEM explained
      This blog was written by a third party author. The business world is undergoing its most dramatic shift yet with the adoption of digital assets and workforce decentralization representing a huge business opportunity. These changes have led to added endpoints, or devices connecting to the network, and is enabling this transformation. But managing the volumes of these diverse endpoints and geographi …

    • 28 novembre 2020How to enhance onboarding for digital banking services using risk management
      Customers today expect to be able to open a new bank account online in a matter of minutes on their laptop or mobile. For online-only banks (also referred to as neobanks) that have increased in popularity in recent years, this has always been the case, while traditional banks have worked for years to digitalise their onboarding process. What was previously seen as a competitive advantage in terms …

    • 27 novembre 2020Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity market to generate $101.8B by 2030
      Artificial Intelligence(AI) propelled Cybersecurity market is said to create a revenue of $101.8 billion by 2030(on a global note), surging from just 8.6 billion in 2019-says a survey conducted by ResearchAndMarkets. The survey also states that the market will generate the said amount of revenue from a segmented market that includes fraud detection, threat intelligence and vulnerability management …

    • 27 novembre 2020Raising email security awareness through gamification
      October was National Cyber Security Awareness Month which is an excellent opportunity to invest in a modern approach to email security awareness.  Most companies and organizations conduct security awareness training annually, during onboarding, and after an adverse event.  The effectiveness of periodic training varies greatly and depends on organizational culture and structure, leading t …

    • 27 novembre 2020What does a hacker look like?
      Ask yourself the question: ‘what does a hacker look like?’ For many of us, the question will take us back to a pre-red pill Keanu Reeves in The Matrix or a young Hugh Jackman being roped into a bank robbery in Swordfish. For others, it might make us think of hoodie-wearing desk warriors from the likes of Mr. Robot or even an underground network of cyber-anarchists, as portrayed in computer game Wa …

The CyberWire

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    • 27 novembre 2020Why the power to neutralise the threat of ransomware lies within your network
      Ransomware attacks are on the up. Due to low execution costs, high rates of return, as well as a low risk of being caught, ransomware has become the preferred method of attack for those operating illegally within the online space. In fact, research highlights a surge in the number of ransomware attacks against businesses. In the UK, for example, there was a 195% increase in reported incidents, whi …

    • 27 novembre 2020Canon confirms data theft in August’s ransomware attack
      Months after the attack Canon publically confirmed that the cyberattack in August was caused by ransomware, and that data was stolen from servers by hackers during this attack. The attack was first reported by BleepingComputer when they found that there was a suspicious outage on cannons cloud photo storage service, image.canon, which caused users to lose files. On August 5, Canon USA released a c …

    • 27 novembre 2020Fertility patients’ data stolen in ransomware attack
      One of the largest group of fertility clinics in the United States, U.S. Fertility, has recently been hit by a ransomware attack, with patient and company data stolen. U.S. Fertility said that hackers “acquired a limited number of files” while they were in the system. The hackers remained in the system for a month, until ransomware was triggered on September 14. This is a common technique of data- …

    • 27 novembre 2020Personal data of 16 million COVID-19 patients in Brazil leaked online
      The personal and health data of over 16 million Brazilian COVID-19 patients has been exposed after a hospital employee foolishly uploaded a spreadsheet or names, passwords, and access keys to sensetive government systems on GitHub. Two government databases, E-SUS-VE and Sivep-Gripe, used to store patients COVID-19 data, were among the systems exposed. The Sivep-Gripe database is used to keep track …

    • 26 novembre 2020Entersekt releases findings from State of Online Shopping Report UK
      Entersekt has released results of its State of Online Shopping Report that examined the shopping habits of 1000 UK consumers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Carried out by Censuswide and completed on the 6th November 2020, the study looked at consumers’ shopping behaviours, priorities when shopping online, how they make their decisions on where to shop online as well as their attitudes t …

The Security Ledger

    • 25 novembre 2020Exploitable Flaw in NPM Private IP App Lurks Everywhere, Anywhere
      A serious security flaw in a commonly used npm security module, private-ip, may affect hundreds of thousands of private and public applications. The post Exploitable Flaw in NPM Private IP App Lurks Everywhere, Anywhere appeared first on The Security Ledger. Related StoriesTV Maker TCL Denies Back Door, Promises Better ProcessSecurity Holes Opened Back Door To TCL Android Smart TVsPodcast Episode …

    • 20 novembre 2020TV Maker TCL Denies Back Door, Promises Better Process
      Chinese electronics giant TCL has acknowledged security holes in some models of its smart television sets, but denies that it maintains a secret « back door » that gives it control over deployed TVs. The post TV Maker TCL Denies Back Door, Promises Better Process appeared first on The Security Ledger. Related StoriesSecurity Holes Opened Back Door To TCL Android Smart TVsPodcast Episode 189: AppSec …

    • 17 novembre 2020Episode 194: What Happened To All The Election Hacks?
      Cyber attacks meant to disrupt the 2020 presidential election in the US were a foregone conclusion. But two weeks and more than 140 million votes later, predictions of cyber attacks on the U.S. presidential election have fallen flat. What happened? The post Episode 194: What Happened To All The Election Hacks? appeared first on The Security Ledger. Related StoriesSpotlight Podcast: Taking a Risk-B …

    • 12 novembre 2020Security Holes Opened Back Door To TCL Android Smart TVs
      A report by independent researchers warns that TCL brand Android smart TVs contained serious and exploitable security holes. It also raises questions about the China-based electronics firm’s ability to remotely access and control deployed devices. The post Security Holes Opened Back Door To TCL Android Smart TVs appeared first on The Security…Read the whole entry… » Related StoriesP …

    • 5 novembre 2020Episode 193: Repair, Cyber and Your Car with Assaf Harel of Karamba Security
      Assaf Harel of the firm Karamba Security joins us in the Security Ledger studio to discuss connected car security and the right to repair. The post Episode 193: Repair, Cyber and Your Car with Assaf Harel of Karamba Security appeared first on The Security Ledger. Related StoriesEpisode 194: What Happened To All The Election Hacks?Episode 192: It’s Showtime! Are Local Governments Ready To Tur …

GovInfoSecurity.com

    • EU Law Enforcement Prevents $47.5 Million in Payment Fraud
      Europol, Group IB Analyzed 90,000 Pieces of Card Data During The Three-Month Long OperationEuropol, along with the other law enforcement agencies in Europe, prevented payment fraud losses of $47.5 million by targeting fraudsters that were selling stolen card data on darknet websites known as card shops. …

    • Sophos Warns Customers of Possible Data Leak
      Company Reportedly Investigating Misconfigured System As CauseSophos is warning some of its customers may have had their data exposed to a misconfigured internal system, according to a published report. The security firm confirmed that a « small set » of customers were affected. …

    • Government Watchdog Calls for 5G Cybersecurity Standards
      GAO: Challenges Could Affect the Performance of US 5G Wireless NetworksThe U.S. Government Accountability Office is urging policymakers to adopt coordinated cybersecurity monitoring of 5G networks, to ensure a safe rollout of the new technology. …

    • UK Ramps Up Capabilities to Deter Nation-State Hackers
      Government Announces ‘@HutEighteen’ Information Warfare NetworkThe U.K. is moving to improve its ability to combat online attacks via the establishment of an information warfare network named @HutEighteen. The move, announced by the Defence Academy of the U.K., follows fresh EU sanctions against nation-state hackers, and the U.K. standing up a National Cyber Force. …

Infosec Island 

    • 21 octobre 2020How Extreme Weather Will Create Chaos on Infrastructure
      Extreme weather events will soon become more frequent and widespread, devastating areas of the world that typically don’t experience them and amplifying the destruction in areas that do. We have already seen devastating wildfires and an increase in hurricane activity this year in the United States. Uncovering shortcomings in technical and physical infrastructure, these events will cause sign …

    • 21 octobre 2020BSIMM11 Observes the Cutting Edge of Software Security Initiatives
      If you want to improve the security of your software—and you should—then you need the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM), an annual report on the evolution of software security initiatives (SSIs). The latest iteration, BSIMM11, is based on observations of 130 participating companies, primarily in nine industry verticals and spanning multiple geographies. The BSIMM examines sof …

    • 21 octobre 2020Sustaining Video Collaboration Through End-to-End Encryption
      The last several months have been the ultimate case study in workplace flexibility and adaptability. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and widespread emergency activation plans through March and April, businesses large and small have all but abandoned their beautiful campuses and co-working environments. These communal, collaborative and in-person working experiences have been replaced by di …

    • 8 septembre 2020Will Robo-Helpers Help Themselves to Your Data?
      Over the coming years, organizations will experience growing disruption as threats from the digital world have an impact on the physical. Invasive technologies will be adopted across both industrial and consumer markets, creating an increasingly turbulent and unpredictable security environment. The requirement for a flexible approach to security and resilience will be crucial as a hybrid threat en …

    • 2 septembre 2020Securing the Hybrid Workforce Begins with Three Crucial Steps
      The global shift to a remote workforce has redefined the way organizations structure their business models. As executives reestablish work policies to accommodate remote employees well beyond the initially anticipated duration, a new era of work will emerge: the hybrid workforce, one more largely split between office and remote environments. While this transition brings a wave of opportunity for o …

The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center

    • 12 novembre 2020Support This Work
      We are pleased to announce sponsorship opportunities for the forthcoming ‘The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2020 Year in Review’ report. Your support of this work matters! Continue reading Support This Work at The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. …

    • 30 octobre 2020CYBR: Public schools are being targeted by Cybercriminals
      Listen in as the CYBR podcast speaks with Eric Lankford and Doug Levin about the launch of a new cyber threat intelligence and best practices community for schools, K12 SIX. Continue reading CYBR: Public schools are being targeted by Cybercriminals at The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. …

    • 1 octobre 2020Talk Out of School: Student Privacy, Data Breaches, and More
      Listen in as WBAI’s ‘Talk Out of School’ radio show turns its attention to school cybersecurity and privacy issues in NY and beyond. Continue reading Talk Out of School: Student Privacy, Data Breaches, and More at The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. …

    • 29 septembre 2020The Public Disclosure Conundrum
      School districts may not have to disclose cybersecurity incidents to families or employees. Yet, opting for secrecy comes with even bigger problems. Continue reading The Public Disclosure Conundrum at The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. …

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InfoSec News

    • 13 juillet 2020MGySgt Scott Stalker’s 2020 Reading List
      MGySgt Scott H. Stalker’s 2020 Reading List By William Knowles @c4i Senior Editor InfoSec News July 8, 2020 One of the interesting parts of the COVID-19 pandemic with the number of experts on television and online video conferences have been what books are on their bookshelves. I’ve found myself on more than a few occasions taking screenshots to look and decipher them later.  One longstandin …

    • 8 juillet 2020Citrix patches 11 critical bugs
      Citrix patches 11 critical bugs By William Knowles @c4i Senior Editor InfoSec News July 8, 2020 In a breath of fresh air for this week, software vendor Citrix released patches for 11 vulnerabilities, quickly applying the lesson learned six months ago and not wanting a repeat with malicious hackers looking for ways to exploit the vulnerability. Citrix Chief Information Security Officer, Fermin J. S …

    • 6 juillet 2020USCYBERCOM urgently recommends F5 customers to patch CVE-2020-5902 and 5903 NOW
      By William Knowles @c4i Senior Editor InfoSec News July 6, 2020 Just in case you accidentally had your work phone and duty pager in a Faraday bag all July 4th holiday weekend long, you have one heckuva surprise waiting for you! As F5 reminds everyone that 48 of Fortune 50 companies are F5 customers, F5 has published a security advisory warning to their customers to patch a critical flaw in their B …

    • 3 juillet 2020National Security Agency releases Securing IPsec Virtual Private Networks
      By William Knowles @c4iSenior EditorInfoSec NewsJuly 3, 2020 On the heels of the tweet from USCYBERCOM earlier in the week advising users of Palo Alto Networks to patch all devices affected by CVE-2020-2021 immediately, especially if SAML is in use. On Thursday, the National Security Agency released Securing IPsec Virtual Private Networks. Many organizations currently utilize IP Security (IPsec) V …

    • 19 juin 2020New Zealand CERT issues advisory on ransomware campaign
      New Zealand CERT issues advisory on ransomware campaign By William Knowles Senior Editor InfoSec News June 18, 2020 The New Zealand Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT NZ) has released an advisory on a ransomware campaign leveraging remote access technologies. Unknown malicious cyber bad actors are targeting organizations’ networks through remote access tools, such as Remote Desktop Proto …

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