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Threat actors have been exploiting the newly disclosed zero-day flaw in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software dating back to March 26, 2024, nearly three weeks before it came to light yesterday. The network security company’s Unit 42 division is tracking the activity under the name Operation MidnightEclipse, attributing it as the work of a single […]

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Ransomware payments hit an all-time high of $1.1 billion in 2023, following a steep drop in total payouts in 2022. Some factors that may have contributed to the decline in 2022 were the Ukraine conflict, fewer victims paying ransoms and cyber group takedowns by legal authorities. In 2023, however, ransomware payouts came roaring back to […]

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Robotic medical devices, such as surgical equipment, offer tremendous potential to improve patient care, but the cyber risks associated with these technologies must be carefully addressed and mitigated, said Kevin Fu, a professor and director of the Archimedes Center for Health Care and Medical Device Cybersecurity, Northeastern University. “Robotic surgery and the use of robots […]

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