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The massive Russian hacking incident that has become known as the SolarWinds breach will be in the spotlight on Capitol Hill this week as multiple House and Senate panels examine the extent of what is likely the largest cyber breach in U.S. history. “Preliminary indications suggest that the scope and scale of this incident are […]

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The report by the Center for Internet Security, a nonprofit that partners with the federal government on election security initiatives, focuses on how hardware and software components can provide potential entryways for hackers. “We have to continue to get better,” said Aaron Wilson, a co-author of the report. “We have to improve our defenses, as […]

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Over the last year I’ve noticed that small- to medium-sized organizations have done a better job reacting to vulnerabilities and zero days. As a result, attackers have pivoted to different methods. Rather than attack us through our operating systems, attackers have targeted remote control tools, our consultants, and most importantly our users via phishing attacks. […]

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