[SecurityWeek] Xage Lands DOE Contract to Bring Zero Trust Principles to Emergency Responders

Natural disasters such as extreme weather conditions can have a major disruptive effect on electricity supply. Power utilities are forced into emergency response status, which normally requires every available engineer from both in-house and third parties being called upon to find and fix the problems. 

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[SecurityWeek] UK Spy Agency Releases Annual Threat Report

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[NCSC-FI News] Intel, AMD, Arm warn of new speculative execution CPU bugs

Security researchers have found new a new way to bypass existing hardware-based defenses for speculative execution in modern computer processors from Intel, AMD, and Arm Today, the three CPU manufacturers have published advisories accompanied by mitigation updates and security recommendations to tackle recently discovered issues that allow leaking of sensitive information despite isolation-based protections See […]

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[HackerNews] France Fines Google, Facebook €210 Million Over Privacy Violating Tracking Cookies

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The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), France’s data protection watchdog, has slapped Facebook (now Meta Platforms) and Google with fines of €150 million ($170 million) and €60 million ($68 million) for violating E.U. privacy rules by failing to provide users with an easy option to reject cookie tracking technology. “The websites facebook.com, […]

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