[SecurityWeek] Ransomware Persists Even as High-Profile Attacks Have Slowed

In the months since President Joe Biden warned Russia’s Vladimir Putin that he needed to crack down on ransomware gangs in his country, there hasn’t been a massive attack like the one last May that resulted in gasoline shortages. But that’s small comfort to Ken Trzaska.

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[SecurityWeek] GitLab Patches Critical Account Takeover Vulnerability

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DevOps platform GitLab has reset the passwords of some user accounts, after addressing a critical account takeover vulnerability. According to the company, in GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE) versions prior to 14.7.7, 14.8.5, and 14.9.2, a hardcoded password was set when the account was registered using an OmniAuth provider. read more Source: […]

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[NCSC-FI News] US says Kaspersky poses unacceptable risk to national security

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) added Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky to its Covered List, saying it poses unacceptable risks to U.S. national security. Source: Read More (NCSC-FI daily news followup)

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[SecurityWeek] NSA Releases Guidance for Securing Enterprise Communication Systems

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The NSA on Thursday released guidance to help organizations secure their communication systems, specifically Unified Communications (UC) and Voice and Video over IP (VVoIP). UC and VVoIP are call-processing systems that are used for communications and collaboration by many enterprises, including government agencies and their contractors. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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