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Coalition of nonprofits push to secure remote workforce

While work from home (WFH) ostensibly protects workers safe from COVID-19, it has exposed them and their companies to a bevy of cybersecurity risks – now a coalition of 13 nonprofit organizations are offering if not a cure, then a treatment, through a Work From Home. Secure Your Business campaign. The campaign focuses on common…
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Government/Defense, Security News

China targets networks with new Taidoor malware attacks

Wielding a new remote access trojan (RAT) dubbed Taidoor, Chinese government-supported hackers are behind a series of cyberespionage campaigns. Although it offered no details on the possible targets, CISA warned of the malware variants, noting that “the FBI has high confidence that Chinese government actors are using [them] in conjunction with proxy servers to maintain…
APTs/cyberespionage, Coronavirus, Security News

FBI, CISA warn China targeting orgs conducting Covid-19-related vaccine, treatment research

China is looking to lift American research on coronavirus vaccines and treatments through cyberattacks, the FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warned health care, pharmaceutical, and research sectors working on COVID-19 response. “China’s efforts to target these sectors pose a significant threat to our nation’s response to COVID-19,” the alert said.  The…
Coronavirus

Cybersecurity super group swoops in to fight COVID-19 related hacks

You don’t tug on Superman’s cape, you don’t spit into the wind, you don’t pull the mask off the old Lone Ranger and, with apologies to Jim Croce, you don’t mess around with medical and healthcare organizations battling the coronavirus pandemic, or you’ll face the full force of the COVID-19 CTI League, a group of…
Security News, Women in Security

An Update on SC Media’s Women in Cybersecurity

Greetings! Thank you for your support of SC Media’s Women in Cybersecurity recognition program — now in its seventh year. This year’s response to our call for nominations was unprecedented, yielding an extraordinary roster of luminary women who have made groundbreaking contributions to the industry and community. So much has happened since we last took stock of…
InfoSec World 2020, Security News

Aflac’s Tim Callahan presses hard line on managing third-party risk

Ask 100 people to define risk and you’ll get 100 definitions (if not more), but all typically agree on one thing: identifying and managing risk is extremely important to an organization’s livelihood and resilience. It can make a difference in curbing, mitigating and/or recovering from cybersecurity incidents. Recently, that resilience and the ability to manage…
Data Breach, Government, Security News

NASA cyber incidents up 366 percent, cybersecurity budget down $3.1M

That the DopplePaymer ransomware gang claimed to breach NASA contractor DMI shouldn’t come as any surprise, considering that the space agency – and potentially by extension any organization in its orbit – is a frequent target of cyberattacks. Atlas VPN found that cyber incidents at NASA increased by 366 percent in 2019 to 1,468 incidents,…
Coronavirus, Security News

Cut costs while bolstering cybersecurity during Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic may have driven cybersecurity investments up – and bottom lines down – as businesses struggle to adapt to new operating realities and close security gaps, but savvy organizations can still cut costs while boosting security.   Many companies may have already put projects on the chopping block and pared back headcounts in…
U.S. charges Chinese military group with cyber espionage
Government, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Supreme Court takes on case that could modernize, redefine CFAA

The Supreme Court will take up Van Buren vs. United States, a case that could modernize and alter the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). At issue whether it is federal crime for someone with permission to access information on a computer to do so for an improper purpose. While it is…
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