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[TheRecord] Cyberspace Solarium update finds much work to be done

The U.S. government “has a lot of work ahead” of it to implement key recommendations designed to boost the country’s digital defenses, a congressionally-chartered panel warned on Thursday. The Cyberspace Solarium Commission issued an “implementation” review evaluating the successes in completing the 82 recommendations proposed in the panel’s original report, which was published in March […]

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[HackerNews] Suspected REvil Ransomware Affiliates Arrested in Global Takedown

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Romanian law enforcement authorities have announced the arrest of two individuals for their roles as affiliates of the REvil ransomware family, dealing a severe blow to one of the most prolific cybercrime gangs in history. The suspects are believed to have orchestrated more than 5,000 ransomware attacks and extorted close to $600,000 from victims, according to Europol. The arrests, […]

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[HackerNews] Iran’s Lyceum Hackers Target Telecoms, ISPs in Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Africa

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A state-sponsored threat actor allegedly affiliated with Iran has been linked to a series of targeted attacks aimed at internet service providers (ISPs) and telecommunication operators in Israel, Morocco, Tunisia, and Saudi Arabia, as well as a ministry of foreign affairs (MFA) in Africa, new findings reveal. The intrusions, staged by a group tracked as […]

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