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Insider Threats on the 2022 Election

During the 2020 Presidential Election, national, state, and local election officials were worried about foreign interference in the American election…

Ransomware-as-a-Service Growing Exponentially

In 2021, ransomware attacks worldwide almost doubled from the previous year, with North America facing around 53% of the attacks.…

Increasing Tensions in Cyberspace Can Affect Our Election Security

The use of social media by foreign influence voters is not a new trend. In 2016, bots created fake discussions…

Supporting The Latest White House Memo On Cybersecurity

In case you haven’t heard, earlier this week, President Biden signed a National Security Memorandum (NSM-8), Improving the Cybersecurity of National Security,…

The Log4J Vulnerability Will Haunt the Internet for Years

A vulnerability in the open source Apache logging library Log4j sent system administrators and security professionals scrambling over the weekend. Known as…

Now is The Optimal Time For Orgs to Collaborate on Cybersecurity

Despite the new and increasingly sophisticated cyber threats emerging on a daily basis, most organizations still continue to rely on…

Federal Cyber Defenders Need Better Visibility Within U.S.

As adversaries from overseas continue to threaten the cybersecurity of U.S. companies and organizations, National Security Agency (NSA) director and…

Retliften: How Microsoft Wound Up Certifying Malware

Summary In early June, a security researcher for G Data discovered malware within a driver software when the Netfilter driver…

Kaseya: Victims of the Largest Ransomware to Date

Why Does it Matter?: For most, this attack marks a substantial increase in the requested payment for ransom, at $70…

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