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February 3, 2020
Cyberattacks are changing. Exponential increases in how businesses and consumers engage with technology on a daily basis has unleashed an ever-expanding array of attack surfaces and vectors. And we’re feeling the heat. The “we” in this case, are the industry and government experts in charge of keeping assets—including consumer data, business applications, power grids—secure. What’s...
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© Reuters. Merkel Plan for Huawei Gets Pushback From Within Her Own Ranks (Bloomberg) — Chancellor Angela Merkel’s efforts to rule out a ban on Huawei Technologies Co. have hit a wall of resistance in parliament. While the U.K. and the European Union introduced policies that allow Huawei’s partial participation in next-generation wireless networks, Merkel...
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Roundup It has been a busy week in infosec, though here’s a few more security news bites to mull over. Storm clouds approaching Azure The bug-hunters at Checkpoint have laid claim to the discovery and reporting of two serious, and now patched, security flaws in Microsoft Azure. According to Checkpoint, the vulnerabilities would have potentially...
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Milestone Boulevard is closed at Nine Mile Road for drainage work that is part of the Nine Mile widening project. Crews have demolished a section of the roadway. After digging a trench that is about 4-feet deep, 30-inch pipes will be put in place. The roadway will then be repaved and reopened. The target date...
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Threats against industrial environments are on the rise. Near the beginning of 2019, for example, Kaspersky Lab revealed that 47% of industrial control system (ICS) computers on which its software was installed suffered a malware infection in the past year. That was three percent higher than the previous year. These digital threats confronting ICS systems...
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WATERVILLE — Thomas College’s Harold Alfond Institute for Business Innovation and WEX, a financial technology service provider headquartered in Maine, are collaborating to bring cybersecurity experts from Thomas College, state and federal government and other leading technology companies for a workshop Cybersecurity Safety at Home, Work and Play. The free event will take place from...
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A crypto-ransomware attack shut down the Mountain View-Los Altos school district servers and phone system on Wednesday. The malicious software demanded Bitcoin as a ransom to restore service. OPERATIONS HAVE BEEN FROZEN IN THE DISTRICT By shutting down file access on the district’s servers, the crypto-ransomware has created tremendous problems for teachers and administrators. Many classroom...
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by Joe Panettieri • Feb 2, 2020 Kyle Ardoin, secretary of state, Louisiana Many MSPs (managed IT services providers) are dropping the ball on cybersecurity, leaving elections open to the threat of cyberattacks, Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin warned peer government leaders on January 31. Ardoin called out MSP security weaknesses multiple times during...
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