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Log4j Attack Surface Remains Massive

Log4j Attack Surface Remains Massive

Four months ago, the remote code execution hole exposed in the Apache Log4j logging tool still had a wide range of potential victims. Using the Shodan search engine, Rezilion discovered more than 90,000 Internet-exposed servers with a vulnerable version of the...

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Defending Your Business Against Russian Cyber Warfare

Defending Your Business Against Russian Cyber Warfare

As the West tightens its sanctions and supplies further assistance to Ukraine, we may anticipate Russian state-sponsored assaults to increase. The conflict in Ukraine is drawing attention from around the world. Russia has launched cyberattacks against Ukraine first,...

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NVIDIA Confirms Employee Credentials Stolen in Cyberattack

NVIDIA Confirms Employee Credentials Stolen in Cyberattack

NVIDIA, famous for designing graphics processing units and integrated circuits, recently became the latest victim of a serious cyberattack. Officials confirm that the incident occurred on February 23, 2022, resulting in the online leaking of employee credentials. "We...

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New US Law to Require Cyber Incident Report

New US Law to Require Cyber Incident Report

Cybersecurity concerns have gained even greater significance in the recent Russia-backed SolarWinds sabotage and the Ukrainian war. In response, the US House and Senate will soon pass the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022.  Shortly after...

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Mobile Threats Skyrocket

Mobile Threats Skyrocket

Although mobile devices are portable, powerful, and convenient, their use in employees' jobs is coming at a price. The very features that make them compelling also render them especially vulnerable to hacking. Data shows that nearly one-third of zero-day attacks now...

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Hacked US Companies to Face New Reporting Requirements

Hacked US Companies to Face New Reporting Requirements

When cybercriminals target sensitive data or charge companies or agencies a ransom to retrieve their encrypted information, the consequences can be dire. In response, Congress has passed a bill that will require that entities who deal with critical US security-related...

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