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Why California’s Delete Act matters for the whole country

The California State Legislature passed Senate Bill 362, known as the Delete Act, to simplify the process for consumers to ask to remove their personal data gathered by data …

ransomware
Ransomware groups are shifting their focus away from larger targets

One in every six ransomware attacks targeting US government offices was traced back to the LockBit ransomware group, according to Trend Micro. Overall ransomware attack victim …

Adam Pennington
MITRE ATT&CK project leader on why the framework remains vital for cybersecurity pros

MITRE ATT&CK, a common language for cybersecurity professionals to communicate with each other and better understand real-world adversary behaviors, celebrates its 10th …

Evelyn de Souza
How global enterprises navigate the complex world of data privacy

In this Help Net Security interview, Evelyn de Souza, Head of Privacy Compliance, Oracle SaaS Cloud, talks about the constant efforts required to keep up with privacy laws in …

Darren Sankbeil
Industrial cybersecurity giant Dragos rakes in new funding, sets sights on global expansion

Today, Dragos revealed that it has secured a $74 million Series D extension funding round, spearheaded by the strategic operating and investment firm WestCap. The funding …

compliance
Regulatory activity forces compliance leaders to spend more on GRC tools

Legal and compliance department investment in GRC (governance, risk, and compliance) tools will increase 50% by 2026, according to Gartner. Assurance leaders are seeking out …

AI
Generative AI lures DevOps and SecOps into risky territory

Application security leaders are more optimistic than developer leaders on generative AI, though both agree it will lead to more pervasive security vulnerabilities in software …

key
How Chinese hackers got their hands on Microsoft’s token signing key

The mystery of how Chinese hackers managed to steal a crucial signing key that allowed them to breach Microsoft 365’s email service and access accounts of employees of 25 …

Thorsten Hau
The misconceptions preventing wider adoption of digital signatures

In this Help Net Security interview, Thorsten Hau, CEO at fidentity, discusses the legal validity of qualified digital signatures, demonstrating their equivalence to …

open source
A closer look at the RFI on open-source software security

The U.S. Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD) released a request for information (RFI) entitled Open-Source Software Security: Areas of Long-Term Focus and …

Healthcare IoT
Rising cyber incidents challenge healthcare organizations

Healthcare organizations are facing many cybersecurity challenges that require them to increasingly prioritize cybersecurity and compliance, according to Claroty. Threat …

malware
Qakbot botnet disrupted, malware removed from 700,000+ victim computers

The Qakbot botnet has been crippled by the US Department of Justice (DOJ): 52 of its servers have been seized and the popular malware loader has been removed from over 700,000 …

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