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Cybersecurity and law enforcement agencies are warning Ubiquiti EdgeRouter users to urgently upgrade security settings on the devices, a popular target for Russian nation-state hackers. The router’s potential to be significantly abused by threat actors was highlighted earlier this month when the U.S. Justice Department and FBI revealed the takedown of a botnet comprising several...
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Cybersecurity Ten years after NIST’s first cybersecurity framework, it’s released version 2.0, adding “govern” to its list of core functions. By Caroline Nihill February 28, 2024 ——————————————————- Click Here For The Original Source.
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Sadly, there has never been a better phrase than ‘survival of the fittest’ to describe cyber criminal groups. They are constantly refining their tactics to cause greater disruption and earn even bigger profits. The ransomware ecosystem is a resilient and lucrative business model, and attacks are causing huge pain for organizations. Just look at the...
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Fulton County released a statement Monday afternoon acknowledging the new countdown and renewed threat — and indicating that the county will not pay the unspecified ransom. “Our focus remains on safely restoring services for our citizens and we continue to work in close coordination with law enforcement,” the statement says. County commissioners met several times...
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As of the time I’m writing this, earlier this week a cybersecurity bombshell story just broke that, for once, is actually a positive turn of events. I’m talking about Operation Cronos, an international law enforcement operation that seized the Lockbit ransomware infrastructure, led to arrests of persons affiliated with the criminal organization, and resulted in...
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Angle down icon An icon in the shape of an angle pointing down. Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. President Donald Trump, attends a pretrial hearing at Manhattan Criminal Court. Jefferson Siegel-Pool/Getty Images Hackers set a ransom deadline of Thursday morning to release Fulton County court documents. They claim the documents include a cache of files...
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The cybersecurity breach that wiped out much of the City of Hamilton’s IT systems has postponed a potentially explosive vote at Wednesday’s Hamilton Council meeting, with the decision on turning two parking lots in Stoney Creek into 67 affordable housing units – which lost by an 8-8 tie vote at committee – deferred until the...
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In a startling development, Anycubic 3D printer users have been confronted with an unexpected hacking alert, pointing towards a critical vulnerability within the company’s systems. This incident has sparked widespread concern as the message, delivered through a text file named ‘hacked_machine_readme’, advises users to disconnect their devices from the internet to avoid potential unauthorized access....
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On February 26, 2024, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released the long-awaited second version of the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF). Dubbed “CSF 2.0,” it contains a few significant changes: Creation of a new “Govern” function. Increased acknowledgement of supply chain and vendor security. An intentional effort to reframe the CSF to make it...
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In the early hours of this morning, a ransomware group claimed to have hacked into Epic Games, taking personal data, such as names, payment details, and passwords. However, the Fortnite and Unreal studio has since responded to concerns that anyone has gained access to files, saying it’s investigating but hasn’t found any evidence so far....
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