Thursday, July 4, 2024

Palomar Health Medical Group employees frustrated over cybersecurity incident fallout - NBC San Diego

Palomar Health Medical Group employees frustrated over cybersecurity incident fallout  NBC San Diego


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Brazil Halts Meta's AI Data Processing Amid Privacy Concerns

Brazil's data protection authority, Autoridade Nacional de Proteção de Dados (ANPD), has temporarily banned Meta from processing users' personal data to train the company's artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms.
The ANPD said it found "evidence of processing of personal data based on inadequate legal hypothesis, lack of transparency, limitation of the rights of data subjects, and risks to


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Wednesday, July 3, 2024

LexisNexis Risk Solutions Brings Cloud Hosting to the Australian Market - Australia Cyber Security Magazine

LexisNexis Risk Solutions Brings Cloud Hosting to the Australian Market  Australia Cyber Security Magazine


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Florida health department data captured in cyberattack, hackers claim - Tampa Bay Times

Florida health department data captured in cyberattack, hackers claim  Tampa Bay Times


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Cambridge University Press & Assessment hit by cyberattack - Times Higher Education

Cambridge University Press & Assessment hit by cyberattack  Times Higher Education


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RSA security conference video roundup: 2024 perspectives - TechTarget

RSA security conference video roundup: 2024 perspectives  TechTarget


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FakeBat Loader Malware Spreads Widely Through Drive-by Download Attacks

The loader-as-a-service (LaaS) known as FakeBat has become one of the most widespread loader malware families distributed using the drive-by download technique this year, findings from Sekoia reveal.
"FakeBat primarily aims to download and execute the next-stage payload, such as IcedID, Lumma, RedLine, SmokeLoader, SectopRAT, and Ursnif," the company said in a Tuesday analysis.
Drive-by attacks


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Tuesday, July 2, 2024

Israeli Entities Targeted by Cyberattack Using Donut and Sliver Frameworks

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered an attack campaign that targets various Israeli entities with publicly-available frameworks like Donut and Sliver.
The campaign, believed to be highly targeted in nature, "leverage target-specific infrastructure and custom WordPress websites as a payload delivery mechanism, but affect a variety of entities across unrelated verticals, and rely on


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South Korean ERP Vendor's Server Hacked to Spread Xctdoor Malware

An unnamed South Korean enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor's product update server has been found to be compromised to deliver a Go-based backdoor dubbed Xctdoor.
The AhnLab Security Intelligence Center (ASEC), which identified the attack in May 2024, did not attribute it to a known threat actor or group, but noted that the tactics overlap with that of Andariel, a sub-cluster within the


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NIST selects Post-Quantum for National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence Quantum Migration Project - SecurityInfoWatch

NIST selects Post-Quantum for National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence Quantum Migration Project  SecurityInfoWatch


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Supreme Court ruling on Chevron doctrine may upend future cybersecurity regulation - Cybersecurity Dive

Supreme Court ruling on Chevron doctrine may upend future cybersecurity regulation  Cybersecurity Dive


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CISA updates Secure Tomorrow Series Toolkit to enhance preparedness across critical infrastructure - IndustrialCyber

CISA updates Secure Tomorrow Series Toolkit to enhance preparedness across critical infrastructure  IndustrialCyber


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Monday, July 1, 2024

High school students learn cybersecurity, cyberthreat essentials at computer science camp - Grambling State University

High school students learn cybersecurity, cyberthreat essentials at computer science camp  Grambling State University


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CDK eyes service restoration for all car dealers by Fourth of July - Cybersecurity Dive

CDK eyes service restoration for all car dealers by Fourth of July  Cybersecurity Dive


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Critical Flaws in CocoaPods Expose iOS and macOS Apps to Supply Chain Attacks

A trio of security flaws has been uncovered in the CocoaPods dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects that could be exploited to stage software supply chain attacks, putting downstream customers at severe risks.
The vulnerabilities allow "any malicious actor to claim ownership over thousands of unclaimed pods and insert malicious code into many of the most popular iOS and


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Forbes ranks UTSA's online B.B.A. in Cyber Security No. 5 in the nation - The University of Texas at San Antonio

Forbes ranks UTSA's online B.B.A. in Cyber Security No. 5 in the nation  The University of Texas at San Antonio


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New OpenSSH Vulnerability Could Lead to RCE as Root on Linux Systems

OpenSSH maintainers have released security updates to contain a critical security flaw that could result in unauthenticated remote code execution with root privileges in glibc-based Linux systems.
The vulnerability has been assigned the CVE identifier CVE-2024-6387. It resides in the OpenSSH server component, also known as sshd, which is designed to listen for connections from any of the client


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Palomar Health Medical Group employees frustrated over cybersecurity incident fallout - NBC San Diego

Palomar Health Medical Group employees frustrated over cybersecurity incident fallout  NBC San Diego http://dlvr.it/T98yMN