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What is a man-in-the-middle-attack?
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has charged three Russian FSB officers and a programmer working for a Russian military research institute with past attacks against industrial control systems (ICS) operated by critical infrastructure providers.
Today, people work from wherever they happen to be.
ServiceNow has added new features to its Major Security Incident Management (MSIM) Workspace platform, which it launched in December 2021.
The US and the European Union (EU) have a preliminary agreement over the storing of European data on US soil. It was announced by President Biden and EU President Ursula von der Leyen, speaking on Friday March 25.
Karen F. Worstell offers a grim assessment: Security teams, and by extension the organizations they serve, are now “living in a zero-day world.”“That’s our new reality, and we have to operate on the assumption of breach,” she says.
If you work in cybersecurity like I do, you are probably aware of two major issues within the industry: 1) there is a significant skills gap and 2) there is a lack of gender diversity. Now is the time to do something about them.
In the world of cybercrime, there is not always much good news it seems. However, recently there have been some victories against ransomware criminals.
A new email campaign designed to spread the Vidar spyware package uses a novel technique involving Microsoft Compiled HTML help files, according to a blog post released today by Trustwave.
War is one of humanity's oldest and most merciless, dehumanizing, and abhorrent acts.
On February 25, 2022, two days after Russia began its military invasion of Ukraine, the U.S.