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March 15, 2020
Best practice Increased protection Do the authorities recommend additional cybersecurity protections beyond what is mandated by law? The National Police , the Security Service of Ukraine (the Security Service) and CERT-UA may provide recommendations addressing cybersecurity protections; take actions for preventing, detecting and eliminating the effects of cyber incidents; and organise and conduct practical workshops...
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Following the continued spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) across the globe, we’d like to reassure our customers and partners that our ability to protect them is uncompromised. All departments, including threat intelligence, protection, and response from SophosLabs, Managed Threat Response, and Global Support Services are operating as normal to provide 24×7 detection, protection, and technical support....
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COVID-19 is forcing organizations to establish or enhance remote work processes, structures and policies. This development has increased the pressure on organizations (Authentic8 included) to rethink investments to enable remote work access. How can IT ensure and scale safe access for a variety of business-critical scenarios, while protecting existing technology investments? * To keep costs...
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There’s a growing sense that we’re approaching a turning point in our civilization’s journey, in which the path diverges between two extremes—a re-flourishing garden planet and a bleak, burning wasteland of increasingly rationed resources. We’re pushing on dominoes that could fall into a runaway series of irreversible tipping points and feedback loops that will leave...
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After a historic week of dramatic disruptions to our way of life in America stemming from the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, President Trump declared a national emergency on Friday, March 13, releasing $50 billion to states and territories to fight the disease.  The past week was full of historic events and cancellations, including numerous schools...
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Cyber criminals and hacking groups are exploiting disruption caused by the coronavirus through a range of phishing and malware attacks which are likely to proliferate as the outbreak intensifies, UK security officials have warned. Experts from the National Cyber Security Centre, a branch of the signals intelligence agency GCHQ, said web users are in danger...
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John Leyden 13 March 2020 at 12:45 UTC Updated: 13 March 2020 at 12:49 UTC Don’t Panic: Potentially wormable flaw only present in latest systems Microsoft released an out-of-band security update to patch a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability impacting Server Message Block (SMB) on Thursday, just two days after its regular Patch Tuesday...
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by DH Kass • Mar 15, 2020 Election security is the U.S. Cyber Command’s “top priority,” General Paul Nakasone recently told a House Armed Services sub-committee. It’s a position he’s taken repeatedly in the past year, emphasizing how seriously the cyber-centric command considers the threat to the nation’s election systems. The Cyber wing, one of...
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For decades, the idea of identity management revolved around Microsoft® Active Directory®’s ability to govern on-prem, Windows®-centric IT infrastructure. Since the introduction and adoption of cloud resources (like web applications, productivity suites, file servers, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platforms, and more), IT admins have been struggling to consolidate the management of all their users’ resources into a...
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Hungerford Primary School is to close for two days following a suspected case of coronavirus.  The school has said it will close tomorrow (Monday, March 16) and Tuesday for a thorough deep-clean. The school added that it is planning to re-open on Wednesday, March 18 unless advised otherwise.  The news follows the total number of...
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This has been a slow week in terms of new variants, but we continue to see enterprise-targeting ransomware operators threatening to release data for non-paying victims. With Coronavirus on everyone’s minds, malware developers have turned to campaigns utilizing COVID-19 themed phishing scams or malware to take advantage of the panic and anxiety induced by the...
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“Influences on social media” that promote “violent extremist ideologies” are among the biggest cyber threats right now, Satish Chandra Jha, the chairperson of National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO), said at Nullcon on March 5. The other threats are data breaches, business espionage, phishing and distributed denial of service attacks, polymorphic malware that change features to...
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South Africa’s crowded corporate intensive-care ward has got a new patient. With the state airline bankrupt and the power monopoly burning through its latest bailout, Sasol, the fuel and chemicals company that’s South Africa’s biggest by revenue, has stumbled into its own debt crisis. Read: Sasol caught between the devil and the deep blue sea...
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Ministers have been told they can no longer say there have been “no successful examples” of Russian disinformation affecting UK elections, after the apparent hacking of an NHS dossier seized on by Labour during the last campaign. The dropping of the old line is the first official admission of the impact of Kremlin efforts to...
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WISCONSIN — Due to the coronavirus, online usage is going to be higher than normal. That means, there will be more risk of cyber scams. Many schools have announced they will be doing online classes. Employers are also planning on having their employees work from home. Because of this, more people will be online than...
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Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it was in on the busting-up of Necurs: one of the world’s biggest, baddest, busiest botnets. Some consider Necurs to be the largest botnet ever, with estimates from 2017 indicating that, at the time, it consisted of more than 6,000,000 infected computers. It’s metastasized in the last three years: Microsoft...
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LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) likely isn’t the first protocol that comes to mind when you think about single sign-on (SSO). Your mind might jump to the wealth of SaaS applications that authenticate via SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) instead. However, there are ways IT admins can require end users to use their core credentials...
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Criminals are advertising surgical face masks on dark web marketplaces as they look to cash in on a global supply shortage resulting from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The face masks – which could easily be fake – were spotted by Digital Shadows, an online risk management company.  China is the world’s largest global supplier of...
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Mir Sadat: “If we’re going to start relying on smallsats, we have to make sure that these things don’t get hacked.” WASHINGTON — The National Space Council is weighing a new policy directive that would call for the space industry to voluntarily adopt cybersecurity standards to help protect data and companies’ intellectual property. The White...
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My husband and I have flown with our twin sons since they were infants. I’ve breastfed them next to a couple of middle-aged men who were on their way to a golf vacation. They’ve slept cradled in our arms, across our laps, and against our chests, La-Z-Boy style, as we’ve crisscrossed the country. Whatever the...
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