[ThreatPost] Billions of Compromised Records and Counting: Why the Application Layer is Still the Front Door for Data Breaches

Security teams should brace for an unsettling and unprecedented year, as we’re on pace to see 40 billion records compromised by the end of 2021. Imperva’s Terry Ray explains what security teams need to do to bolster their defenses.

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[HackerNews] Pakistan-linked hackers targeted Indian power company with ReverseRat

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The Trickbot botnet malware that often distributes various ransomware strains, continues to be the most prevalent threat as its developers update the VNC module used for remote control over infected systems. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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