[SecurityWeek] Google Introduces New Open-Source Data Privacy Protocol

Google last week took the wraps off Private Set Membership (PSM), a cryptographic protocol meant to ensure privacy during specific queries.

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[TheRecord] Data breach at Texas behavioral health center affects more than 24,000

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[TheRecord] CISA and the FBI warn of ransomware gangs’ tendency of launching attacks over holidays and weekends

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have published a joint security advisory today to warn companies about the tendency of ransomware gangs to launch attacks over weekends and national holidays. While cybersecurity experts have been aware of this trend in ransomware attacks for the past three years, […]

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