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Although World Password Day, held annually on the first Thursday in May, has passed, our — and we hope your — fascination with password security continues. Instead of analyzing artificial “test-tube” passwords created for lab studies, we stayed in the real world — examining actual passwords leaked on the dark web. The results were alarming: […]

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The wildfire spread of generative AI has already had noticeable effects, both good and bad, on the day-to-day lives of cybersecurity professionals, a study released this week by the non-profit ISC2 group has found. The study – which surveyed more than 1,120 cybersecurity pros, mostly with CISSP certification and working in managerial roles – found […]

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Federal authorities shut down attempts by a Chinese government hacking group to attack U.S. critical infrastructure through a malware campaign that gained unauthorized access to “hundreds” of personally owned routers, FBI Director Christopher Wray testified Wednesday. The FBI conducted a court-authorized sting operation against the Chinese hacking group known as Volt Typhoon, which Wray said […]

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