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Bad cybersecurity behaviors plaguing the remote workforce

A report from Tessian reveals that 56% of IT leaders believe their employees have picked up bad cybersecurity behaviors since working from home. As organizations make plans …

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The future of FISA

News that court-approved Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) searches dropped to new lows in 2020 hit the papers recently, and it raised some eyebrows as well as …

Proofpoint unveils people-centric innovations across its three platforms

Proofpoint announced several people-centric innovations across its three flagship platforms: Threat Protection, Compliance, and the new Information Protection and Cloud …

US Department of Justice
DoJ seized $2.3 million paid to the Colonial Pipeline ransomware extortionists

The Department of Justice has seized 63.7 bitcoins currently valued at approximately $2.3 million. These funds allegedly represent the proceeds of a May 8, ransom payment to …

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Victims lose millions to healthcare related eCrime

Victim losses from healthcare related eCrime in the U.S. rose by 2,473 percent during 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic swept through the nation and world, CrowdStrike reveals.   …

BIO-key releases MobileAuth, a touchless biometric authentication app

BIO-key International introduced its new mobile app, BIO-key MobileAuth with PalmPositive the latest among over sixteen strong authentication factors available for …

NTT Research names Matthew Ireland as CISO

NTT Research announced that it has named Matthew Ireland Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Most recently a consulting Practice Manager and Executive Security …

Microsoft Exchange
FBI removes web shells from hacked Microsoft Exchange servers

Authorities have executed a court-authorized operation to copy and remove malicious web shells from hundreds of vulnerable on-premises versions of Microsoft Exchange Server …

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The FBI expects a surge of mobile banking threats

The increased use of mobile banking apps due to the COVID-19 pandemic is sure to be followed by an increased prevalence of mobile banking threats: fake banking apps and …

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The “return” of fraudulent wire transfers

Ransomware gangs targeting businesses are currently getting more public attention, but scammers trying to trick employees into performing fraudulent wire transfers are once …

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Kwampirs threat actor continues to breach transnational healthcare orgs

The Kwampirs (aka Orangeworm) attack group continues to target global healthcare entities in this time of crisis, the FBI has warned. “Targeted entities range from major …

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How to gather cyber threat intelligence from dark markets without breaking US law

The U.S. Department of Justice’s Cybersecurity Unit has released guidelines for organizations that want to gather cyber threat intelligence from dark web forums/markets but, …

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