[SecurityWeek] BillQuick Billing Software Exploited to Hack U.S. Engineering Company

Hackers abused the BillQuick Web Suite billing software to compromise the network of an engineering company in the United States and deploy ransomware, threat detection firm Huntress reports.

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[ZDNet] Parliamentary security committee review backs the operation of controversial TOLA Act

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PJCIS chair James Paterson said law enforcement agencies have made the case that encryption busting powers are necessary for fighting national security threats. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[TheRecord] Democrats accuse GOP of scuttling incident reporting in massive defense bill

Congressional Democrats on Tuesday blamed Republicans for axing language in the annual defense policy bill that would have mandated reporting of cyberattacks and ransomware payments. House and Senate negotiators unveiled a compromise version of the National Defense Authorization Act. It excludes bipartisan legislation that would have required critical infrastructure operators and certain government contractors to […]

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[NCSC-FI News] Industrial cybersecurity researchers, looking for help, go public with unpatched IoT bug

Cybersecurity analysts published information Monday about a potentially serious unpatched bug in code for internet of things (IoT) devices because they want the public’s help in fixing the problem, which could affect technology used in critical infrastructure. Also https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/unpatched-dns-bug-affects-millions-of-routers-and-iot-devices/ Source: Read More (NCSC-FI daily news followup)

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