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SecurityWeek News Briefing | Wednesday, February 8, 2023

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  1. North Korean Hackers Stole Record Virtual Assets, UN Says
  2. Spies, Hackers, Informants: How China Snoops on the US
  3. A Deep Dive Into the Growing GootLoader Threat
  4. Skybox Security Raises $50M, Hires New CEO
  5. Australian Man Sentenced for Scam Related to Optus Hack 
  6. Chrome 110 Patches 15 Vulnerabilities
  7. Application Security Protection for the Masses
  8. Tor Network Under DDoS Pressure for 7 Months
  9. Siemens License Manager Vulnerabilities Allow ICS Hacking
  10. CISA Releases Open Source Recovery Tool for ESXiArgs Ransomware

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SecurityWeek Cyber Insights 2023: SecurityWeek liaised with more than 300 cybersecurity experts from over 100 different organizations to gain insight into the security issues of today – and how these issues might evolve during 2023 and beyond.

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Application Security Protection for the MassesWhile there are many routes to application security, bundles that allow security teams to quickly and easily secure applications and affect security posture in a self-service manner are becoming increasingly popular. (Joshua Goldfarb)

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Dealing With the Carcinization of Security

Varied viewpoints as related security concepts take on similar traits create substantial confusion among security teams trying to evaluate and purchase security technologies. (Marc Solomon)

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Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Disrupting Cybercrime Networks Requires Private-Public Cooperation

No one combatting cybercrime knows everything, but everyone in the battle has some intelligence to contribute to the larger knowledge base. (Derek Manky)

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