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Wednesday, July 06, 2022, 2022

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Apple Adds 'Lockdown Mode' to Thwart .Gov Mercenary Spyware: Apple unveiled a new ‘Lockdown Mode’ to iOS that significantly reduces attack surface and adds technical roadblocks to limit sophisticated software exploits. Read More

Bias in Artificial Intelligence: Can AI be Trusted?: AI in cybersecurity has value, but there is a growing concern over faulty algorithms, hidden bias, false positives, abuse of privacy, and potential for abuse by criminals, law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Read More

Researchers Flag 'Significant Escalation' in Software Supply Chain Attacks: Researchers at ReversingLabs and Checkmarx release separate warnings about software supply chain attacks targeting the open source NPM ecosystem. Read More

DoD Launches 'Hack US' Bounties for Major Flaws in Publicly Exposed Assets: The U.S. Department of Defense launches a limited bug bounty program to reward high- and critical-severity vulnerabilities in its publicly accessible information systems. Read More

Security Automation Firm Swimlane Closes $70 Million Funding Round: Swimlane banks $70 million in a growth funding round led by Activate Capital, bringing the total raised to $170 million. Read More

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NIST Announces Post Quantum Encryption Competition Winners: NIST has announced the first group of four encryption tools designed to tackle the looming threat of quantum computer crypto cracking capabilities. Read More

Alleged Chinese Police Database Hack Leaks Data of 1 Billion: Hackers claim to have obtained a trove of data on 1 billion Chinese from a Shanghai police database in a leak that, if confirmed, could be one of the largest data breaches in history. Read More

US Senators Call for Close Look at TikTok: Leaders of the US Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday called for an investigation into whether Chinese officials are getting access to data about US users of video-snippet sharing sensation TikTok. Read More

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