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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2019-07-29

Video: Analyzing Compressed PowerShell Scripts isc.sans.edu/diary/Video%3A+Analyzing+Compressed+PowerShell+Scripts/25178 In diary entry “Analyzing Compressed PowerShell Scripts”, we took a look at a malicious Word document with compressed PowerShell script.. See also: isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Analyzing+Compressed+PowerShell+Scripts/25158/ DMARC’s Abysmal Adoption Explains Why Email Spoofing is Still a Thing www.zdnet.com/article/dmarcs-abysmal-adoption-explains-why-email-spoofing-is-still-a-thing/ Around 79.7% don’t use DMARC, according to a report that surveyed the DMARC policies […]

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[SecurityWeek] Law Firm Campbell Conroy & O’Neil Discloses Ransomware Attack

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Prominent law firm Campbell Conroy & O’Neil said it fell victim to a ransomware attack five months ago that resulted in systems holding sensitive information being compromised. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[HackerNews] Google Workspace Now Offers Client-side Encryption For Drive and Docs

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Google on Monday announced that it’s rolling out client-side encryption to Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), thereby giving its enterprise customers direct control of encryption keys and the identity service they choose to access those keys. “With client-side encryption, customer data is indecipherable to Google, while users can continue to take advantage of Google’s native […]

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