The EU’s data protection agencies on Monday called for an outright ban on using artificial intelligence to identify people in public places, pointing to the “extremely high” risks to privacy.
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Norway says Chinese group APT31 is behind catastrophic 2018 government hack therecord.media/norway-says-chinese-group-apt31-is-behind-catastrophic-2018-government-hack/ Norway’s police secret service said this week that APT31, a cyber-espionage group operating on behalf of China, was responsible for a 2018 breach of the government’s IT network. According to the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST), the 2018 hack was as bad as […]
Since Patch Tuesday, we’ve been tracking a Kerboros issue in November’s patch bundle that affected authentication in several deployment scenarios: Azure Active Directory (AAD) Application Proxy Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) using Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD) Web Application Proxy (WAP) Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) Single Sign On (SSO) Active Directory Federated Services (ADFS) Microsoft SQL Server […]
How Do You Measure the Success of Your Patch Management Efforts? securityintelligence.com/posts/how-do-you-measure-the-success-of-your-patch-management-efforts/ If you follow the news, you will often see that yet another company has been breached or taken hostage by ransomware. If you read the full details of these stories, usually they have one main thing in common: These organizations are behind in […]