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Healthcare organizations are adding millions to the tally of individuals affected by the Memorial Day weekend hack of the MOVEit file transfer application by Russian-speaking hackers. In recent days, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights has posted several more reports submitted by entities involving MOVEit breaches. Read More

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Critical services in the Netherlands could be a potential target of ransomware and hacktivist attackers with ties to Russia as a means to sow large-scale disruptions in the country, according to a Dutch National Cyber Security Centre warning this week. Although the Russian invasion of Ukraine did not immediately result in a high-level of attacks […]

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Threat actors exploited an unpatched Citrix flaw to breach the network of the U.S. Census Bureau in January in an attack that was ultimately halted before a backdoor could be installed or sensitive data could be stolen, according to a report by a government watchdog organization. However, investigators found that officials were informed of the […]

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