[SecurityWeek] Acronyms Aside, the SOC of the Future Needs These 3 Capabilities

Every discipline has its acronyms, but I’d venture to say cybersecurity has more than its share. We use them to describe threat actors and how they operate, as well as different security teams, their certifications and the tools they use. There’s nothing wrong with acronyms, but when they are used to describe emerging solutions, an interesting phenomenon occurs…that new acronym becomes the next silver bullet technology that will solve all our security problems.

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A new version of wireshark is out, a couple of bugfixes including a QUIC TLK decryption issue. Also, the Windows version now comes with npcap 1.31 (updated from 1.10). Find the source code and installation pkgs at https://www.wireshark.org/download.html ————— Jim Clausing, GIAC GSE #26 jclausing –at– isc [dot] sans (dot) edu (c) SANS Internet Storm Center. […]

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[BleepingComputer] Yandex is battling the largest DDoS in Russian Internet history

Russian internet giant Yandex has been targeted in a massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that started last week and reportedly continues this week. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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