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A new malware campaign leveraged two zero-day flaws in Cisco networking gear to deliver custom malware and facilitate covert data collection on target environments. Cisco Talos, which dubbed the activity ArcaneDoor, attributing it as the handiwork of a previously undocumented sophisticated state-sponsored actor it tracks under the name UAT4356 (aka Storm-1849 by Microsoft). Read More

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Chinese espionage hackers penetrated Dutch military systems in early 2023, using a zero-day exploit in a Fortinet virtual private network to obtain access, Netherlands intelligence agencies disclosed Tuesday. The agencies said the effects had been limited to a segmented network that had fewer than 50 users working on unclassified research and development with two-third party […]

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There has been a steady increase in the volume of incidents involving corporate espionage, especially matters in which an insider is the bad actor. In an era when such risks are escalating, protection of sensitive corporate information has become paramount. Here are five key strategies companies should implement to prevent and mitigate corporate espionage. Read […]

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