The lawyers continue to gather their billable hours as the legal tussle between data science company hiQ Labs and LinkedIn plays out in the United States federal courts.
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Attackers are actively exploiting an unpatched remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in a Windows component called the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (MSDT) through weaponized Word documents.
Conti has been one of the most aggressive ransomware operations over the past two years and continues to victimize many large companies as well as government, law enforcement and healthcare organizations.
Security-savvy organizations understand that it's best to assume that their systems are breached.
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Linux is a coveted target.
The Linux Foundation and the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) have introduced the
It is a common refrain among senior folks in enterprise cybersecurity: “We have to learn to align with the business.” Unfortunately, it seems like we spend most of our time trying to get the business to “align with cybersecurity” and become frustrated when they don’
Researchers at Trend Micro have discovered some new Linux-based ransomware that's being used to attack VMware ESXi servers, a bare-metal hypervisor for creating and running several virtual machines (VMs) that share the same hard drive storage.