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Sen. Kennedy reverses course, says Russia, not Ukraine hacked DNC

Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., Monday walked back claims he made during an on-air interview that Ukrainians could have been behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election cycle. “I was wrong. The only evidence I have and I think it overwhelming is that it was Russia…
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Russian Turla group masqueraded as Iranian hackers in attacks

The Russian hacker group Turla disguised itself as Iranians and stole state secrets from multiple countries, authorities from the U.S. and U.K. said Monday.  “Identifying those responsible for attacks can be very difficult, but the weight of evidence points towards the Turla group being behind this campaign,” Paul Chichester, director of operations at GCHQ’s National Cyber Security…
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Coats to leave, Trump will name Ratcliffe as DNI

Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats will step down and President Trump will appoint Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, to replace him, the president tweeted Sunday. Saying it was time to start a new chapter, Coats wrote in his resignation letter “I have ensured that we have the capabilities necessary to protect against those who…
APTs/cyberespionage, Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Mueller’s testimony clear: Russian election meddling ongoing

Despite Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s slow, halting cadence, and apparent difficulty hearing or understanding some questions put to him by members of the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees, the former FBI director delivered a clear message – Russia engaged in a sweeping campaign to me the 2016 U.S. election and those efforts will intensify in 2020…
Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Senate unlikely to vote on election security despite risk

Despite evidence that Russia launched an assault on the 2016 election – most recently, the FBI briefed Florida Gov. Rick DeSantis on election database hacks in two of the state’s counties – Sen. Mitch McConnell has nixed taking up election security legislation in the Senate. “At this point I don’t see any likelihood that those…
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Data Breach, Privacy & Compliance, Security News

Saudis hacked Jeff Bezos’s personal data, probe finds

Saudi Arabia’s government gleaned private information from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’s phone, security consultant Gavin de Becker said following an investigation into how texts and intimate photos from Bezos’s phone found their way to the National Enquirer. “Our investigators and several experts concluded with high confidence that the Saudis had access to Bezos’s phone, and…
Data Breach, Privacy & Compliance, Security News

Image-I-Nation supply chain breach exposes data of major credit agencies’ customers

Image-I-Nation Technologies, Inc., which provides hosting services and software to consumer reporting agencies like Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, experienced a supply chain breach that left users’ personal information exposed for as long as two weeks. Last Dec. 20, the company “discovered that there had been unauthorized access to our database containing the personal information of…
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Network Security, Privacy & Compliance, Security News

National Enquirer threat to reveal intimate Bezos pics trains focus on privacy protection

By going public with alleged extortion attempts, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos may have thwarted the National Enquirer’s attempts to quash the Washington Post’s probe into the tabloid media company’s practices, but the incident also turned a harsh spotlight on unethical, potentially illegal acts and ratcheted up concerns about privacy. In a Thursday blog post, Bezos…
Election Coverage, Security News

Federal judge orders review of Georgia’s provisional ballots

Noting that it was likely that the administration of former Georgia Secretary of State and self-proclaimed governor-elect Brian Kemp likely failed to “properly maintain a reliable and secure voter registration system,” a federal judge said the state must review provisional ballots cast in a contentious Nov. 6 election. In ruling on a case brought by…
Election Coverage, Security News

Kemp resigns as Georgia Secretary of State

It looks as though embattled Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who has been widely criticized for not recusing himself from an election in which he was a candidate for governor, has taken former President Jimmy Carter’s advice and resigned his office just hours before he was to appear in court to answer a lawsuit…
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