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DEV-0569 Ransomware Group Remarkably Innovative, Microsoft Cautions

Although the group relies on good old phishing to deliver Royal ransomware, researchers say DEV-0569 regularly uses new and creative discovery techniques to lure victims.

Australia's Hack-Back Plan Against Cyberattackers Raises Familiar Concerns

How far can its government — or any government or private company — go to proactively disrupt cyber threats without causing collateral damage?

Palo Alto Networks Focuses on Secure Coding with $195M Cider Deal

PAN plans to add Cider's CI/CD security platform to its Prisma Cloud suite of AppSec tools.

Secure Offboarding in the Spotlight as Tech Layoffs Mount

A secure-by-design culture is needed to develop a comprehensive offboarding and identity management strategy that limits potential for broader compromise in case of unauthorized access.

Iranian APT Actors Breach US Government Network

CISA says Federal Civilian Executive Branch systems were compromised through a Log4Shell vulnerability in an unpatched VMware Horizon server.

Zero-Trust Initiatives Stall, as Cyberattack Costs Rocket to $1M per Incident

Researchers find current data protections strategies are failing to get the job done, and IT leaders are concerned, while a lack of qualified IT security talent hampers cyber-defense initiatives.

Instagram Impersonators Target Thousands, Slipping by Microsoft's Cybersecurity

The socially engineered campaign used a legitimate domain to send phishing emails to large swaths of university targets.

Spacecraft Vulnerable to Failure, Thanks to Aerospace Networking Bug

A single device with malicious code can foil a networking protocol used by spacecraft, aircraft, and industrial control systems, resulting in unpredictable operations and possible failures.


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