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March 9, 2020
From action and adventure to RPG and strategy, every gamer has different tastes when it comes to picking a gaming genre. For those who are looking for something a little…different, here are seven PC and console games that have left players feeling baffled, bemused, or just plain creeped out. Sad Satan Baldi’s Basics in Education...
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The Fort Worth Independent School District is recovering from a ransomware attack last week. The district hopes everything will be back to normal by next Monday, when students and teachers return from spring break — but that may not be the case. Fort Worth ISD spokesperson Clint Bond said the hack affected him as much...
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5 years ago today on March 9, 2015, I remember waking up and having no idea what I was doing. I mean I had a broad vision of what we were building at Curricula, an education company that will change the way people learn about cyber security. Our initial focus was with utilities in North...
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5 years ago today on March 9, 2015, I remember waking up and having no idea what I was doing. I mean I had a broad vision of what we were building at Curricula, an education company that will change the way people learn about cyber security. Our initial focus was with utilities in North...
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The White House official spearheading the U.S. campaign to bar Huawei Technologies from Western 5G networks shared highly classified information with Canadian officials Monday about cyber-risks from the Chinese telecom’s gear, including “backdoors” that compromise national security and user data, sources involved in the Ottawa talks say. Robert Blair, deputy White House chief of staff...
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According to ISACA’s State of Cybersecurity 2020 Report, which is based on data gathered from more than 2,000 respondents in more than 100 countries, cybersecurity threats continue unabated while a cybersecurity skills gap is presenting serious challenges to organizations. Some of the key highlights from the report include: 62% say their cybersecurity team is understaffed...
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KITCHENER — WARNING: Some details in this story may be disturbing to readers. A police officer took the stand Monday to talk about the disturbing web searches discovered on the computer of an Elmira teen accused of his mother’s murder. Her body was found in their home on Christmas Day 2017 but a police believe...
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SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – While coronavirus is on the minds of many people, local law enforcement says it’s important to be on the lookout for potential scams that take advantage of people’s desire to learn more. They say scammers will take advantage of people’s fears to get personal information and money. According to officers with...
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Home > Security News > News Archive > Coronavirus The novel coronavirus is challenging organizations on all fronts. Leaders must contend not only with cyberattackers leveraging COVID-19, but also employee, customer and partner concerns, and business continuity and risk management planning. Visit this page for ongoing updates to coverage from SC Media and other CyberRisk Alliance...
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The process was not smooth or straightforward, employees say in a discussion of challenges and lessons learned during the multi-year project. As more organizations adopt modern authentication protocols, legacy authentication poses a growing risk to those who lag behind. The problem is, making a business-wide transition to modern authentication is no easy feat, as Microsoft...
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One of our remediation analysts Eli Trevino recently discovered a phishing page informing victims about fake Netflix service disruptions, supposedly due to problems with the victim’s payment method. The phishing page prompts victims to provide their payment details to prevent account lockout: What’s interesting about this phishing page is that it selectively targets victims within...
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The city of Durham, North Carolina and the government of Durham County have experienced disruptions since a ransomware attack last Friday, but local government officials claim the damage was contained and recovery efforts are well underway. “Fortunately, the City was prepared with notification systems in place that worked as planned, providing immediate notice to City...
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SARATOGA COUNTY — Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, went grocery shopping with her husband before attending local events on Saturday. When they got back to their vehicle, they found a scrap of paper:  “Rot in Hell FASCIST PIG,” it said.  Stefanik took to Twitter to condemn what she called a “vile anonymous note.” “It is truly...
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UK telephone, TV and internet provider Virgin Media has suffered a data breach. Or not, depending on whom you ask. TurgenSec, the company that alerted Virgin Media to the breached information – or, at least, to the inadvertently disclosed database – says that it “included personal information corresponding to approximately 900,000 UK residents.” We’re not...
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9 March 2020Forty-third sessionInteractive dialogue on Burundi Madam President,Excellencies,Ladies and gentlemen, Since the renewal of its mandate in September 2019 pursuant to this Council’s resolution 42/26, the Independent Commission of Inquiry on Burundi has continued to carry out the mission it was entrusted with while observing the highest standards of rigor and impartiality. We thank...
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It’s hard to tell who’s benefitting most from the coronavirus – Russia, hackers or hand sanitizer vendors, the latter of whom are at least trying to help stop the spread of the dangerous disease. A State Department official told Congress Thursday that Russian operatives are behind coronavirus conspiracy theories popping up on social media while...
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A federal judge in New York on Monday declared a mistrial in the case of a former CIA software engineer who was accused of stealing a massive trove of the agency’s classified hacking and tools and leaking it to WikiLeaks whistleblower website. While the jury was unable to reach a verdict on eight counts of...
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Road to Detection: YARA-L Examples — Part 4 of 3 Upon reading all of Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of my blog series that revealed our (Chronicle) approach to detection, many of you asked for more YARA-L detection language examples. Some of you also asked for a detailed language specification — it will take a few months to...
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Amid sharply falling public markets and spiraling panic around the rapid proliferation of the coronavirus (a.k.a. Covid-19), the cybersecurity industry seems to be well poised for sustainable growth despite some foreseeable turbulence. Publicly traded security companies and some specific niches will unescapably suffer in a short term, however, private cybersecurity companies and later-stage startups with...
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Cadillac has canceled the April 2nd debut of the Lyriq, the first electric SUV being built on parent company General Motors’ newly unveiled EV platform, as large public gatherings continue to be discouraged amid the new coronavirus outbreak. No replacement date has been chosen. GM only just announced the Lyriq last week at an “EV...
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