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Modular downloaders aren’t new to the world of malware, but a new campaign featuring modular software launched by a major criminal group is drawing the attention of threat researchers. The attacks, so far targeting Russia and the former Soviet republics of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), could presage new tactics aimed at victims around […]

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IDG polled 200 network and cybersecurity professionals across the U.S. & Canada, and found almost inevitable consequences for organizations where network and cybersecurity teams have conflicting objectives, are managed in a siloed way, and have unequal or incomplete network visibility. 86% of respondents admitted to experiencing at least one of the following due to a […]

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To protect the integrity and security of U.S. elections, all local, state, and federal elections should be conducted using human-readable paper ballots by the 2020 presidential election, says a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. In addition, every effort should be made to use paper ballots in the 2018 federal […]

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Software development has shifted from simply a technical process to an exercise of social morality. In the same way crash testing became a mandated part of automotive manufacturing once cars became ubiquitous, security must become a part of the software development life cycle from the beginning. As with vehicle safety, software security is often an […]

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