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Microsoft Is Working on Comprehensive SaaS Security
Microsoft is working to improve SaaS security, shifting to "to a comprehensive SaaS security solution."...
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Google Sides With US in Holding Companies Responsible for Cybersecurity
Google and the US government may be at odds about many things, but the two are in agreement on one big one: who should be responsible for cyberattacks...
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Ubuntu Pro Is Now Available to Everyone
Canonical has announced the general availability of Ubuntu Pro, a security subscription service for the popular Linux distro....
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Top Security Tools To Help Businesses With Project Management
It's important to keep your business secure. Learn some of the top tips of security tools for project management below....
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Australia May Ban Ransomware Payments
Australia is considering a measure to ban companies from making ransomware payments to cybercriminals....
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PSA: Update Windows Immediately to Fix Zero-Day vulnerabilities
The latest Microsoft Patch Tuesday includes fixes for several zero-day vulnerabilities, and users should update immediately....
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CloudBees: 45% of Execs Are Only Halfway Through Securing Supply Chain
The latest report from CloudBees is bad news for the cloud industry, with many companies still not fully securing their supply chain....
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Kaspersky Lab Labeled ‘a Threat to National Security’
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has labeled Kaspersky Lab "a threat to national security," a first for a Russian firm....
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Okta CEO Confirms Breach Attempt in January, No Major Concern Now
On the heels of news Lapsus$ was claiming it breached Okta, the company's CEO has confirmed an attempt in January....
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Biden Warns of Russian Cyberattacks
President Joe Biden is warning American businesses of increased risk of cyberattacks as Russia looks to retaliate against sanctions....
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Lawmakers Want Answers About the FBI’s Use of Pegasus Spyware
Lawmakers want information about Pegasus, the spyware developed by NSO Group, demanding answers from Apple and the FBI about the latter's use of it....
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Who Hacks the Hackers? Nvidia Does
Nvidia has taken a novel approach to hackers that stole its data, hacking them back and encrypting the data so it can't be accessed....
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Microsoft Reportedly In Talks to Buy Security Firm Mandiant
Microsoft is continuing its efforts to strengthen its cybersecurity capabilities, working on a deal to purchase Mandiant....
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ExpressVPN Offering One-Time $100,000 Bug Bounty
ExpressVPN is offering a one-time, $100,000 reward to anyone who can hack its servers....
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Linux Vulnerability Discovered Impacting All Major Distros
A major Linux vulnerability, impacting virtual all major distributions (distros), has been discovered, allowing a bad actor to obtain root privileges....
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Companies Race to Fix Critical Zero-Day Vulnerability
Companies around the world are racing to patch a critical zero-day vulnerability that is among the worst ever found....
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Cox Suffered Data Breach by Hacker Impersonating Support Staff
Cox Communications has notified customers of a data breach, a breach it suffered at the hands of a hacker posing as a support agent....
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US Diplomats Among Those Hacked by Pegasus Spyware
Apple has alerted 11 US diplomats that they are among those hacked by the NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware....
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AT&T Enterprise Customers Hit by Data-Stealing Malware
AT&T customers are being hit with a malware attack that uses a network edge device to steal data....
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Apple Sues NSO Group Over Pegasus Spyware
Apple has sued NSO Group, as well as its parent company, in an attempt to hold it responsible for the Pegasus spyware incident....
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