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US government's bounty hasn't borne fruit as whack-a-mole game goes on The ALPHV/BlackCat ransomware gang is reportedly responsible for the massive Change Healthcare cyberattack that has disrupted pharmacies across the US since last week.…

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State government says it's thinking of the children A law firm acting on behalf of the Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford has asked a state court to issue a temporary restraining order (TRO) denying minors access to encrypted communication in Meta's Messenger application.…
Officials have until March 2 to cough up or stolen data gets leaked Updated LockBit claims it's back in action just days after an international law enforcement effort seized the ransomware gang's servers and websites, and retrieved more than 1,000 decryption keys to assist victims.…
Get prepared for the EU’s upgraded cybersecurity directive Webinar The original European Union Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive certainly led to an improvement in member states' cybersecurity defences, but it struggled to do everything required as cyberattacks and threats scaled up with the growth in digitalization.…
Also, another fake iOS app slips into the store, un-cybersafe EV chargers leave UK shelves, and critical vulns Infosec in brief A Florida journalist has been arrested and charged with breaking into protected computer systems in a case his lawyers say was less "hacking," more "good investigative journalism." …

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