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Chicago Public Schools (CPS) disclosed on Friday that students may have had their data taken in a ransomware incident involving one of its vendors. The ransomware attack happened last December at Battelle for Kids (BfK), based in Columbus Ohio, which develops services to provide innovation in schools for students and teachers. Breaching education Read More

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Compromised credentials and identities, third-party breaches, API attacks, and application exploits are all foundational entry points for today’s hackers. Recent months have brought many high-profile breaches from Samsung and Nvidia to Okta and the continued aftermath of Log4j. Still, ultimately, these attacks are all symptoms of the same problem: organizations do not have visibility into […]

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The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has softened its treatment of ethical hackers. Hackers carrying out “good faith” security research will no longer be charged under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). The department defined “good faith” security research as accessing a computer solely for the purposes of “good-faith testing, investigation, or the correction […]

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