[ThreatPost] Ransomware Attacks Are Evolving. Your Security Strategy Should, Too

Defending against ransomware will take a move to zero-trust, argues Daniel Spicer, CSO, Ivanti.

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[BleepingComputer] US introduces bills to secure critical infrastructure from cyber attacks

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[TheRecord] ProtonMail forced to collect an activist’s IP address in police investigation

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