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FBI Seizes Hive Ransomware Servers in Multinational Takedown

Data Breach Today

Agents Infiltrated Hive in July 2022: 'We Hacked the Hackers,' Says DOJ Official The FBI penetrated the network of the Hive ransomware group, which has a history of attacking hospitals.

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GUEST ESSAY: The role ‘deep learning’ AI can play relieving security teams of debilitating stress

The Last Watchdog

The cybersecurity profession can be very rewarding, but at the same time quite taxing. Related: Equipping SOCs for the long haul In fact, stress factors have risen to where some 45 percent of the security professionals polled in Deep Instinct’s third annual Voice of SecOps report said they’ve considered leaving the industry altogether. Ransomware is at an all-time high; attackers are as elusive as ever.

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Experian Glitch Exposing Credit Files Lasted 47 Days

Krebs on Security

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FIRESIDE CHAT: Can ‘MLSecOps’ do for MLOps, what DevSecOps is doing for DevOps?

The Last Watchdog

Massively interconnected digital services could someday soon save the planet and improve the lives of one and all. Related: Focusing on security leading indicators But first, enterprises and small businesses, alike, must come to grips with software vulnerabilities that are cropping up – and being exploited – at a blistering pace. Innovative vulnerability management solutions are taking shape to meet this challenge.

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Subsurface: The Ultimate Data Lakehouse Conference

Speaker: Panel Speakers

We’ve just opened registration for Subsurface LIVE 2023! Learn how to innovate with open source technologies such as Apache Arrow, Delta Lake, and more. Register now to secure your spot at Subsurface LIVE being held March 1-2, 2023.

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3 Ways ChatGPT Will Change Infosec in 2023

Dark Reading

OpenAI's chatbot has the promise to revolutionize how security practitioners work

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Administrator of RSOCKS Proxy Botnet Pleads Guilty

Krebs on Security

Denis Emelyantsev , a 36-year-old Russian man accused of running a massive botnet called RSOCKS that stitched malware into millions of devices worldwide, pleaded guilty to two counts of computer crime violations in a California courtroom this week.

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North Korean Crypto Hackers Keep Nose to the Grindstone

Data Breach Today

TA444 Is Adaptable and Hard-Working, Say Proofpoint Researchers A North Korean hacking group tracked by cybersecurity firm Proofpoint as TA444 in December unleashed a torrent of spam in a bid to harvest credentials - evidence of a hacking group that mirrors "startup culture in its devotion to the dollar and to the grind."

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Critical RCE Lexmark Printer Bug Has Public Exploit

Dark Reading

A nasty SSRF bug in Web Services plagues a laundry list of enterprise printers

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The Best Personal Safety Devices, Apps, and Alarms (2023)

WIRED Threat Level

Your smartphone or wearable could help you out in a truly dangerous situation. Here are some options to consider. Gear Gear / Buying Guides Gear / Products / Lifestyle Security

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Data Value Scorecard Report

This report examines the quantitative research of data leaders on data value and return on investment.

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A Guide to Phishing Attacks

Schneier on Security

This is a good list of modern phishing techniques. Uncategorized cyberattack phishing

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North Korean Hackers Attacked Horizon, Confirms FBI

Data Breach Today

Lazarus Group, APT38 Stole $100M From the Blockchain Bridge in June North Korea's Lazarus Group was behind the $100 million theft from the Horizon blockchain bridge, the U.S. federal government confirmed.

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SHARED INTEL: Here’s why security analysts need to remain on high alert for fake bug reports

The Last Watchdog

In an ideal world, cybersecurity analysts would get legitimate daily reports on improving a company’s security. Unfortunately, the likelihood of being handed unsolicited, untrustworthy advice is high. Related: Tech giants foster third-party snooping This is what fake bug reports are all about. Scammers now routinely spray out fake bug reports designed to take advantage of the naiveite and/or lack of vigilance of security analysts in the field.

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Why Most Companies Still Don’t Know What’s on Their Network

Dark Reading

Chris Kirsch, CEO of runZero, sits down with Dark Reading’sTerry Sweeney for a Fast Chat on the importance of asset discovery

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TCO Considerations of Using a Cloud Data Warehouse for BI and Analytics

Enterprises poured $73 billion into data management software in 2020 – but are seeing very little return on their data investments. 22% of data leaders surveyed have fully realized ROI in the past two years, with 56% having no consistent way of measuring it.

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ISC fixed high-severity flaws in DNS software suite BIND

Security Affairs

The latest BIND updates patch multiple remotely exploitable vulnerabilities that could lead to denial-of-service (DoS). BIND is a suite of software for interacting with the Domain Name System (DNS) maintained by the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC).

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Most Criminal Cryptocurrency Funnels Through Just 5 Exchanges

WIRED Threat Level

The crypto money-laundering market is tighter than at any time in the past decade, and the few big players are moving a “shocking” amount of currency. Security Security / Cyberattacks and Hacks Security / Security News Business / Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

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Reported Data Breaches in US Reach Near-Record Highs

Data Breach Today

1,802 Breach Notifications Issued in 2022; Over 440 Million Individuals Affected Data breaches in 2022 hit near-record levels as U.S. organizations issued 1,802 data breach notifications and more than 400 million individuals were affected.

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Do Not Get Fooled Twice: Mailchimp's Latest Breach Raises Alarm Bells – Protect Yourself Now!

KnowBe4

For the second time in less than a year, Mailchimp has found itself in a precarious situation, having to admit that it has been breached.

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12 Considerations When Evaluating Data Lake Engine Vendors for Analytics and BI

Businesses today compete on their ability to turn big data into essential business insights. Modern enterprises leverage cloud data lakes as the platform used to store data. 57% of the enterprises currently using a data lake cite improved business agility as a benefit.

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7 Insights From a Ransomware Negotiator

Dark Reading

The rapid maturation and rebranding of ransomware groups calls for relentless preparation and flexibility in response, according to one view from the trenches

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Kevin Mitnick Hacked California Law in 1983

Hacker News

Early in his career, Kevin Mitnick successfully hacked California law. He told me the story when he heard about my new book , which he partially recounts his 2012 book, Ghost in the Wires.

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Beware: Images, Video Shared on Signal Hang Around

The Security Ledger

A researcher is warning that photos and video files shared in Signal chats may be hanging around on devices, even when they deleted the messages in which the images were shared. The post Beware: Images, Video Shared on Signal Hang Around appeared first on The Security Ledger with Paul F. Roberts.

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North Korean Crypto Hackers Keep Nose to the Grind

Data Breach Today

TA444 Is Adaptable and Hard Working Say Proofpoint Researchers A North Korean hacking group tracked by cybersecurity firm Proofpoint as TA444 unleashed in December a torrent of spam in a bid to harvest credentials - evidence of a hacking group that mirrors "startup culture in its devotion to the dollar and to the grind."

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Checklist Report: Preparing for the Next-Generation Cloud Data Architecture

Data architectures have evolved dramatically. It is time to reconsider the fundamental ways that information is accumulated, managed, and then provisioned to the different downstream data consumers.

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Patch management is crucial to protect Exchange servers, Microsoft warns

Security Affairs

Microsoft warns customers to patch their Exchange servers because attackers always look to exploit unpatched installs. Microsoft published a post to urge its customers to protect their Exchange servers because threat actors actively attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in unpatched installs.

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How Noob Website Hackers Can Become Persistent Threats

Dark Reading

An academic analysis of website defacement behavior by 241 new hackers shows there are four clear trajectories they can take in future, researchers say

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ADS-B Exchange, the Flight Tracker That Powered @ElonJet, Sold to Jetnet

WIRED Threat Level

ADS-B Exchange, beloved for resisting censorship, was sold to a company owned by private equity—and now even its biggest fans are bailing. Security Security / Privacy Business / Transportation

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US Cyber Command Operations During the 2022 Midterm Elections

Schneier on Security

The head of both US Cyber Command and the NSA, Gen. Paul Nakasone, broadly discussed that first organization’s offensive cyber operations during the runup to the 2022 midterm elections.

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7 Ways to Supercharge Your ABM Strategy with Real-Time Intent

Streaming real-time intent is a homerun for marketing and sales’ account-based marketing (ABM) strategies. With real-time buyer insights, you can be first-in-line to provide solutions and lead better, hyper-personalized conversations.

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Microsoft Security Sales Hit $20B as Consolidation Increases

Data Breach Today

Growing Empire: Microsoft's Security Revenue Up 33% Since 2021, 100% Since 2020 The world's largest cybersecurity vendor continues to pull away from the competition, with Microsoft's security sales surpassing $20 billion in 2022 after 33% annual growth.

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Researcher received a $27,000 bounty for 2FA bypass bug in Facebook and Instagram

Security Affairs

A researcher disclosed technical details of a two-factor authentication bypass vulnerability affecting Instagram and Facebook. The researcher Gtm Manoz received a $27,000 bug bounty for having reported a two-factor authentication bypass vulnerability affecting Instagram and Facebook.

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German Government, Airports, Banks Hit With Killnet DDoS Attacks

Dark Reading

After Berlin pledged tanks for Ukraine, some German websites were knocked offline temporarily by Killnet DDoS attacks