[HackerNews] New U.S. Government Initiative Holds Contractors Accountable for Cybersecurity

The U.S. government on Wednesday announced the formation of a new Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative that aims to hold contractors accountable for failing to meet required cybersecurity requirements in order to safeguard public sector information and infrastructure.
“For too long, companies have chosen silence under the mistaken belief that it is less risky to hide a breach than to bring it forward

Source: Read More (The Hacker News)

You might be interested in …

[BleepingComputer] Hackers now backdoor Microsoft Exchange using ProxyShell exploits

Threat actors are actively exploiting Microsoft Exchange servers using the ProxyShell vulnerability to install backdoors for later access. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

Read More

[TheRecord] Cuba passes internet censorship and cybersecurity law

Following weeks of protests against its decades-long communist leadership, the Cuban government passed a series of new laws that limit freedom of expression on the internet and force local service providers to create censorship mechanisms on their networks in order to prevent the spread of “false information.” Passed last week, the laws will be enforced by a […]

Read More

[SecurityWeek] F5 Patches Two Dozen Vulnerabilities in BIG-IP

All posts, Security Week

Cloud security and application delivery solutions provider F5 this week announced patches for 25 vulnerabilities affecting its BIG-IP, BIG-IQ, and NGINX products. A total of 23 security flaws were addressed in the BIG-IP application delivery controller (ADC), including 13 high-severity issues, all of which carry a CVSS score of 7.5. read more Source: Read More […]

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.