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March 16, 2020
A new report shines some light on the investments made into artificial intelligence (AI) between 2015 and 2019, revealing that the U.S. attracted more than half of all global AI investments during the five year period, followed by China and the U.K. The UK Tech For a Changing World report was produced by government-funded Tech...
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Remote work has gone from”nice to have” to “must do” in a matter of days for many, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Historically, the federal government and especially the Department of Defense has been reluctant to embrace remote work. Has time for change arrived? * While serving in the United States Navy, I made experimenting...
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Hackers are zeroing in on government health agencies and hospitals, who are already struggling to keep pace with the coronavirus pandemic, as a way to make money and cause disruptions in the midst of a global crisis. These concerns were highlighted Monday when Bloomberg News reported that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS),...
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Torrington City Hall remains open during the coronavirus crisis, but asks residents to consider their health and the health of others before visiting. Torrington City Hall remains open during the coronavirus crisis, but asks residents to consider their health and the health of others before visiting. Photo: File Photo / Hearst Connecticut Media Photo: File...
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This month’s Patch Tuesday, Microsoft disclosed a a critical “wormable” remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in Microsoft Server Message Block 3.1.1 (SMBv3) protocol. The exploitation of this vulnerability opens systems up to a ‘wormable’ attack, which means it would be easy to move from victim to victim. Qualys released a blog post earlier on how to...
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Businesses struggle to strike a balance between workplace health and employees’ privacy rights in the midst of a global health emergency. The balance between employee health and privacy rights is difficult to strike, especially at a time when organizations are making critical decisions based on health-related information. Collecting and sharing information is necessary but must...
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John Leyden 16 March 2020 at 15:20 UTC Updated: 16 March 2020 at 15:41 UTC App needs re-binding to guard against PHP-related security flaw A recently patched critical vulnerability in BookStack made it possible to push malware onto vulnerable systems simply by accessing the image upload feature. Exploit scenarios for the remote code execution...
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Cybercriminals use extremely sophisticated techniques to make life difficult for Internet users. Their preferred targets are unsuspecting individuals, from whom they try to steal personal data, as well as the industrial sector such as aerospace or the automobile industry, for whom manufacturing secrets or patents are worth money. Phishing email campaigns in English, French, Italian, Japanese,...
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Major cities are shutting down restaurants, bars, gyms and schools to try to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has killed at least 75 people in the United States. There are at least 4,287 confirmed cases in the country. COVID-19 has reached 49 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Globally, there are more...
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A UK inquiry into child sexual abuse facilitated by the internet has recommended that the government require apps to pre-screen images before publishing them, in order to tackle “an explosion” in images of child sex abuse. The No. 1 recommendation from the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse (IICSA) report, which was published on Thursday:...
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Image via Maxar via David Gilbert, writing at Vice comes this outstanding piece on the despots running Iran into the ground. Literally. ‘”Dear compatriots, before going to the hospital or health center, install and use this software to determine if you or your loved ones have been infected with the coronavirus,” said the message, which...
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Home > Email Security Coronavirus may be the subject of choice for cybercriminal to lure victims into opening or responding to a message, but that does not mean other serious medical issues are also not being abused. Proofpoint found a small campaign recently running using emails purportedly from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center with the...
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A primary school near Gloucester will close for a ‘deep clean’ following a confirmed case of Covid-19 involving a family from the school. Upton St Leonards C Of E Primary School will close from tomorrow, March 17, “as the children and staff’s welfare is of paramount importance to us,” says headteacher Sarah Daly. The village...
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Each day, as the novel coronavirus multiplies and spreads, so do cyber scams capitalizing on users’ fears and thirst for knowledge concerning this pandemic. The perpetrators, and their victims, are based all over the world, as evidenced by two recently discovered global APT-style campaigns designed to spread remote access trojans. Fake Indian Health Advisory spreads...
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Today, news broke that GitHub and its parent company Microsoft, acquired npm and its public repository of open source JavaScript packages. In 2018 when Microsoft acquired Github, many in the developer community had a cautious, even emotional response. Given today’s announcement that GitHub is acquiring npm — the same concerns are likely to surface again...
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Sen. John Thune, the South Dakota Republican who is the No. 2 in leadership, has been soliciting input from lawmakers on ideas for the next stimulus package. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images HOW TO THINK ABOUT CORONA-STIMULUS 3.0 … For reference: Going forward, let’s call the emergency $8.3 billion bill that was signed into law on...
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The cyber threat intelligence tech space has made significant leaps in the last few years, becoming far less manual, according to Hank Thomas, CEO and co-founder of Strategic Cyber Ventures and former principal/director, cyber intelligence and security, with Booz Allen Hamilton, in an interview with SC Media. “It was seemingly like that particular sector was...
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An Illinois college is offering nearly free credit monitoring to over 1,700 current and former employees following a recent data breach. Officials at the College of DuPage confirmed on Monday that a cybersecurity incident had taken place recently.  College president Brian Caputo said that personal and tax information belonging to 1,755 staff had been compromised. Data exposed...
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By: Special to The Daily Record Christine Hansen March 16, 2020 Baltimore’s real estate market has fully recovered from the ransomware attack that last year crippled the city’s digital infrastructure, real estate officials said. But officials are still working to improve the city’s aged information technology system....
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The Trump administration is alleging that a foreign disinformation campaign is underway aimed at spreading fear in the country amid the coronavirus pandemic, three U.S. officials said Monday. Also on Monday, national security officials said there had been a cyber incident involving the computer networks of Health and Human Services, but that the networks were...
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