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10 th – 16 th June 2024 is International Men’s Mental Health Week. It may feel like there are too many ‘awareness dates’, however this week is especially important. Men are far less likely to talk about mental health than women (it is thought that only 36% of referrals to NHS talking therapies are for men and 40% of men have never spoken about their mental health). This is despite the fact that t

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A congressional watchdog is sending a reminder to the White House that it has a long laundry list of cybersecurity regulations to address as the 2024 election draws near. The Government Accountability Office is breaking biennial tradition with the latest update to its “high-risk list,” a term the watchdog uses to denote areas that are “vulnerable to waste, fraud, abuse, or mismanagement, or in ne
Recent supply chain cyber-attacks are prompting cyber security regulations in the financial sector to tighten compliance requirements, and other industries are expected to follow. Many companies still don’t have efficient methods to manage related time-sensitive SaaS security and compliance tasks. Free SaaS risk assessment tools are an easy and practical way to bring visibility and initial
Threat actors with ties to Pakistan have been linked to a long-running malware campaign dubbed Operation Celestial Force since at least 2018. The activity, still ongoing, entails the use of an Android malware called GravityRAT and a Windows-based malware loader codenamed HeavyLift, according to Cisco Talos, which are administered using another standalone tool referred to as GravityAdmin. The
The nascent malware known as SSLoad is being delivered by means of a previously undocumented loader called PhantomLoader, according to findings from cybersecurity firm Intezer. "The loader is added to a legitimate DLL, usually EDR or AV products, by binary patching the file and employing self-modifying techniques to evade detection," security researchers Nicole Fishbein and Ryan Robinson said in

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Fortinet released security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities in FortiOS, including a high-severity code execution security issue. Fortinet addressed multiple vulnerabilities in FortiOS and other products, including some code execution flaws. The company states that multiple stack-based buffer overflow vulnerabilities in the command line interpreter of FortiOS [CWE-121], collectively tra
The Cyber Police of Ukraine has announced the arrest of a local man who is suspected to have offered their services to LockBit and Conti ransomware groups. The unnamed 28-year-old native of the Kharkiv region allegedly specialized in the development of crypters to encrypt and obfuscate malicious payloads in order to evade detection by security programs. The product is believed to have been
Google has warned that a security flaw impacting Pixel Firmware has been exploited in the wild as a zero-day. The high-severity vulnerability, tagged as CVE-2024-32896, has been described as an elevation of privilege issue in Pixel Firmware. The company did not share any additional details related to the nature of attacks exploiting it, but noted "there are indications that CVE-2024-32896 may be
A previously undocumented cross-platform malware codenamed Noodle RAT has been put to use by Chinese-speaking threat actors either for espionage or cybercrime for years. While this backdoor was previously categorized as a variant of Gh0st RAT and Rekoobe, Trend Micro security researcher Hara Hiroaki said "this backdoor is not merely a variant of existing malware, but is a new type altogether."
Recently discovered vulnerabilities in VPN services should push ASEAN organizations to rethink their perimeter security approach Sponsored Post Companies the ASEAN region have long relied on a virtual private network (VPN) to help encrypt their Internet traffic and protect users' online identities.…

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