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The day's top cybersecurity news and in-depth coverage

September 05, 2023

Russia-linked attackers hit UK Ministry of Defence, leak stolen data

Report claims the LockBit ransomware group has published vast amounts of stolen information on the dark web.
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UK government urged to accelerate AI regulatory regime, cybersecurity principles

UK House of Commons Science, Innovation and Technology Committee identifies 12 challenges of artificial intelligence governance that policymakers and frameworks must meet.
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UK National Grid plans to use honeypots to lure attackers, improve defences

The critical infrastructure provider is looking for a security expert to help it set honeypots and plant false documents that appear valuable to attackers.
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Australian government mandates agencies appoint CISOs

An amendment to the Protective Security Policy Framework now requires agencies to have a dedicated CISO as well as a CSO.
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Hacker group compromises MSSQL servers to deploy FreeWorld ransomware

The DB#JAMMER group also deploys a Cobalt Strike command-and-control agent.
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Cybersecurity startups to watch for in 2023

These startups are jumping in where most established security vendors have yet to go.
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