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Hybrid Networks Require an Integrated On-prem and Cloud Security Strategy
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Using the Defense Readiness Index to Improve Security Team Skills
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Lessons for Better Fraud Decision-Making
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Facilitating Convergence of Physical Security and Cyber Security With Open Source Intelligence
Fusion centers are able to converge cyber and physical security, close gaps in coverage, and scale security to protect facilities and hundreds of thousands of employees.
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Cybersecurity M&A Deals Surge in First Half of June 2022: Nearly 30 cybersecurity M&A deals were announced in the first half of June 2022, the highest number since SecurityWeek has been tracking M&A activity. Read More

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Law Enforcement Dismantle Infrastructure of Russian 'RSOCKS' Botnet: Systems ensnared by RSOCKS were being abused to proxy internet traffic for the botnet operators’ customers. Read More

Details of Twice-Patched Windows RDP Vulnerability Disclosed: CyberArk shares details on a Windows Remote Desktop Services vulnerability that Microsoft had to patch twice. Read More

Exploited Vulnerability Patched in WordPress Plugin With Over 1 Million Installations: A critical vulnerability in the Ninja Forms plugin can be exploited to execute arbitrary code without authentication. Read More

Costa Rica Chaos a Warning That Ransomware Threat Remains: Experts believe developing countries will remain ripe targets for ransomware attacks, as they have invested in digitizing their economy and systems but don't have as sophisticated defenses as wealthier nations. Read More

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Volexity Blames 'DriftingCloud' APT For Sophos Firewall Zero-Day: Big-game malware hunters at Volexity call attention to a sophisticated Chinese APT caught recently exploiting a Sophos firewall zero-day to plant backdoors and launch man-in-the-middle attacks. Read More

Microsoft Dismisses False Reports About End of Patch Tuesday: Microsoft has dismissed reports about June 14 being the last Patch Tuesday, clarifying that the rollout of the Windows Autopatch service seems to be causing some confusion. Read More

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