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April 1, 2022
Last year was the most costly and dangerous year on record for businesses dealing with ransomware attacks. That’s according to network security experts, SonicWall, who by Q3 2021 were reporting an almost 150% year-on-year increase in ransomware attacks worldwide. If what we’ve gleaned so far in 2022 is anything to go by, the risk of...
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Microsoft’s Windows 365 Cloud PC service is a strong alternative to using a single physical endpoint in the enterprise, but organizations need to ensure that their cloud PCs are secure. Fortunately, Microsoft has included several notable features to ensure Windows 365 maintains strong security posture, and these features could make a difference for enterprise administrators....
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By Dave Davies | FAFriday, April 1, 2022 Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Copyright 2022 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air. Scott Weidensaul has spent decades studying bird migration. “There is a tremendous solace in watching these natural rhythms play out again and again,” he says. Originally broadcast March 29, 2021....
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Threat actors are compromising cloud accounts in order to create distributed workloads for cryptomining — compromising misconfigured and vulnerable cloud instances for executing distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and abusing trial accounts from DevOps service providers. A Romanian group, dubbed Outlaw, compromises Internet of Things (IoT) devices and Linux servers and containers by rudimentarily exploiting known vulnerabilities and using...
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Recently, SuperCare Health confirmed the company experienced a data security incident compromising the protected health information and Social Security numbers of certain customers and patients. If you received a data breach notification, it is essential you understand what is at risk. “The risks that result from a data breach don’t have an expiration date,” attorney...
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Russian Wiper Malware Likely Behind Recent Cyberattack on Viasat KA-SAT Modems | #cybersecurity | #cyberattack – NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY NEWS TODAY ✕ nationalcybersecuritynews.toda FREE VIEW ‘+n+’… ‘+a+”… “}s+=””,document.getElementById(“result”).innerHTML=s}}),t=!0)})}); //]]> Original Source link
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A romance fraudster who conned a Nottinghamshire woman out of £157,000 has been jailed. Frank Adozi, 32, used an alias to contact the woman on a dating website and social media. Using the name ‘Mark McCarthy’, Adozi struck up a relationship with the victim – who was in a vulnerable position having recently split from...
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Apple’s software updates this week for multiple vulnerabilities in its macOS Monterey operating system, iOS, and iPadOS serve as the latest indication of security researchers’ and threat actors’ growing interest in its technologies. The flaws included one in macOS that allows attackers to bypass a core OS security mechanism, two that were zero-days at the...
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Speedy innovation and disruptions to traditional business has created the potential for extraordinary value in the tech world.  However, moving too quickly to the cloud without the proper security practices in place can get you into trouble. Fortunately the security field is evolving alongside this growth, and today we see new breeds of technology helping to...
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Netflix, you need to snap these up (Picture: Dorset Police/Solent News/PA/Getty) Dramas inspired by the most astonishing real-life scams are everywhere at the moment, from Netflix’s Inventing Anna to Hulu’s The Dropout. Starring Ozark actress Julia Garner, Inventing Anna tells the tale of Anna Delvey, who convinced New York’s elite that she was a German...
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Hello and welcome to Protocol Enterprise! Today: why this year’s Turing Award winner is worried about the future of government tech efforts, Nvidia takes a closer look at the health care market, and the debut of “Pixel Pat.” Spin up Intel is still the leader in chips for cloud infrastructure by a large margin, but...
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This report is part of ongoing coverage of the Russia-Ukraine war. Visit our dedicated page for more on this topic. In mid-March, as the Russian invasion of Ukraine crept into its third week, an unusual video started making the rounds on social media and was even broadcast on the television channel Ukraine 24 due to the efforts...
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click to enlarge In the world of dating, some things may seem taboo by certain people and completely normal to others — like cougar dating. In the grand scheme of things, cougar relationships are valid and should be treated like any other type of relationship. So, if you’re a mature woman looking for a younger...
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FREE DOWNLOAD When it comes to security, enterprises must be increasingly agile—especially as the threat landscape continues to evolve. This eBook serves as a practical guide to adopt a secure access service edge (SASE) in a cloud-first world.   Download now to understand why your organisation needs to retain agility and adopt new security solutions quickly...
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GOOGLE MAPS Victims say they sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to a Berkeley P.O. Box. Tracing a romance scam that victimized elderly women across the country, federal investigators found a common connection — a post office box in north St. Louis County. In multiple cases, fraudsters persuaded their elderly marks to send money totaling...
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A malicious software command that immediately crippled tens of thousands of modems across Europe anchored the cyberattack on a satellite network used by Ukraine’s government and military just as Russia invaded, the satellite owner disclosed Wednesday. The owner, U.S.-based Viasat, issued a statement providing details for the first time of how the most serious known...
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It happens like clockwork: Something cataclysmic or unexpected occurs and we all rush online to read the hot takes. We’re talking big news events here ― “Mass Attentional Events,” as tech journalist Charlie Warzel calls them: That one weird night in October 2020 when Trump tested positive for COVID. Or Russia invading Ukraine last month,...
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In past years, online psychic readings have grown in popularity. However, this does not imply that everyone is aware of the concept. Psychics and other sorts of spiritual practices are familiar to individuals all over the globe. When we say the term ‘reading,’ we generally think of books. Local psychics, on the other hand, aren’t...
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The data community saw seemingly endless challenges over the past year, including increased ransomware attacks and new security vulnerabilities. For instance, Log4j, an open-source logging library used by apps and services is just one of the recent examples of a technology identified as being vulnerable to security attacks. As vulnerabilities and possible threats increase, our...
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A damaged gas mask lies on the pavement at a Russian position that was overran by Ukrainian forces, outside Kyiv, Ukraine, Thursday, March 31, 2022. | Vadim Ghirda/AP Photo With help from Lee Hudson Send tips | Subscribe here | Email Alex | Email Quint The United States has been quietly granting Ukraine’s request for...
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