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2021 Top Breaches: Part II

Q2, 2021 saw the Colonial Pipeline breach, the JBS breach, fallout from the Microsoft Exhchange breach, a massaive Facebook data leak, another large health system breach and more municipal breaches. Articles RSS Feed

Evernote reckons its new Personal plan can boost your workplace productivity

Evernote has rolled out four repackaged subscription plans along with new features for its platform. TechRadar – All the latest technology news

FBI: Cybercriminals Eyeing Broadcast Disruption at Tokyo Olympics

Expected cyberattacks on Tokyo Olympics likely include attempts to hijack video feeds, the Feds warn. Threatpost

Researchers: NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware Should Spark Bans, Apple Accountability

Our roundtable of experts weighs in on implications for Apple and lawmakers in the wake of the bombshell report showing widespread surveillance of dissidents, journalists and others. Threatpost

Dropbox wants to make your return to the office less painful

Dropbox has upgraded its cloud storage service to help reduce clutter and make accessing your content and workflows faster. TechRadar – All the latest technology news

Mitigate Threats with Data Risk Assessments

Before an organization can re-engineer its approach to data privacy, it must first understand its current state. Similar to cybersecurity risk assessments, a data risk assessment (DRA) is a systemized… Articles RSS Feed

What’s Next for REvil’s Victims? 

Podcast: Nothing, says a ransomware negotiator who has tips on staying out of the sad subset of victims left in the lurch, mid-negotiation, after REvil’s servers went up in smoke. Threatpost

TurboTax maker Intuit says it is dropping out of IRS Free File program

Intuit is leaving the IRS’ Free File program after almost 20 years once this tax season concludes in October. TechRadar – All the latest technology news

Managing Zero-Day Exploits

There’s a trend toward supply chain attacks, meaning that the zero-day vulnerability could have far-reaching impacts for the company, its partners and customer. The Kayesa ransomware attack is the mos… Articles RSS Feed

Windows 0-Days Used Against Dissidents in Israeli Broker’s Spyware

Candiru, aka Sourgum, allegedly sells the DevilsTongue surveillance malware to governments around the world. Threatpost