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[ZDNet] Australia commences work on electronic surveillance law reforms

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Under proposed reforms, Home Affairs will look to revamp various concepts regarding when law enforcement agencies will be able to access data to prevent serious crimes and security threats. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[SecurityWeek] Tenable Shells Out $45 Million to Acquire Bit Discovery

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Tenable on Tuesday announced plans to spend $45 million in cash to acquire Bit Discovery, an attack surface management software startup created by cybersecurity pioneers Jeremiah Grossman and Robert Hansen. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[TheRecord] NSO’s Pegasus spyware found on the devices of six Palestinian activists

The mobile phones of six Palestinian human rights activists have been infected with Pegasus, a spyware strain developed and sold by Israeli surveillance company NSO Group. The malware was found by members of Frontline Defenders, a non-profit organization that works to protect human rights activists. Their findings were independently verified and confirmed by security researchers from Amnesty International and Citizen […]

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