VentureBeat, October 5, 2021
The cybersecurity world is evolving rapidly — perhaps more quickly than at any other time in its history. It would be easy to attribute the cyber hiccups that many businesses face to the fact that they are simply unable to keep up with bad actors.
ITProPortal, October 5, 2021
Millennials and members of Generation Z suffer more from cyberthreats than baby boomers do, according to a new report from the National Cyber Security Alliance and data analytics company CybSafe.
VentureBeat, October 4, 2021
Data breaches and ransomware attacks are worsening, but most people aren’t taking simple steps to protect themselves, according to a report released today that polled 2,000 individuals across the U.S. and U.K. on cybersecurity attitudes and behaviors.
The Pandora Papers’ big leak. Flubot’s scareware. Conti says don’t talk to reporters. US plans to convene 30 nations to talk cybercrime control.
The CyberWire, October 4, 2021
The Pandora Papers, a 2.94 terabyte leak of financial data about rulers, oligarchs, billionaires, and other prominent people, have been obtained and published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
ForensicsColleges.com, September 22, 2021
“If we are able to grow a diverse cybersecurity talent pipeline, and also empower everyday people with the knowledge they need to better identify, respond, and report cyberthreats, the future of the cybersecurity industry has the potential to be very, very bright.” - Lisa Plaggemier, Interim Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance
CBS News, September 15, 2021
Cybersecurity analysts are urging Apple users to immediately update the software of their phones, computers and watches after the company issued an emergency security patch on Monday to prevent hackers from gaining access to the devices without the users knowing.
The Cyberwire, September 14, 2021
- ForcedEntry penetrates Apple’s BlastDoor.
- Ransomware at Olympus?
- Fitness tracker data compromised.
The Learning Counsel, September 13, 2021
All across the country, students are heading back to school, in one form or another. The pandemic obviously changed the education experience across the board. However, one of the most top-of-mind aspects from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic is what it means for education and cybersecurity.
The CyberWire, September 8, 2021
- University of New Mexico Health breach update.
- Utility customers' data in West Virginia city affected by ransomware.
- REvil rising?
- Update on the Howard University ransomware incident.