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Microsoft Zero-Days Allow Defender Bypass, Privilege Escalation
Another two bugs in this month's set of fixes for 63 CVEs were publicly disclosed previously but have not been exploited yet.
21 Vulnerabilities Discovered in Crucial IT-OT Connective Routers
In this Black Hat Europe preview, devices bridging critical machinery with the wider Internet are exposed and subject to numerous supply chain-induced bugs.
Danish Energy Attacks Portend Targeting More Critical Infrastructure
Targeted attacks against two dozen related companies is just the latest evidence that hackers want a piece of energy.
Zero-Days in Edge Devices Become China's Cyber Warfare Tactic of Choice
While China is already among the world's most formidable threat actors, a focus on exploiting public-facing appliances makes its state-sponsored APTs more dangerous than ever.
Royal Ransom Demands Exceed $275M, Rebrand in Offing
The swift-moving ransomware crew continues to evolve quickly and has already attacked more than 350 victims since it was first detected just over a year ago.
Steps CISOs Should Take Before, During & After a Cyberattack
By creating a plan of action, organizations can better respond to attacks.
Google Goes After Scammers Abusing Its Bard AI Chatbot
A pair of lawsuits are part of a wider strategy to establish guardrails preventing AI-powered scams, frauds, and harassment, Google's general counsel says.
(Sponsored Article) Security Is a Process, Not a Tool
Process failures are the root cause of most serious cybersecurity incidents. We need to treat security as a process issue, not try to solve it with a collection of tools.
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