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Taking place every year on March 8 in many countries across the world, International Women’s Day is celebrated differently depending on the country: in some it’s a national holiday; in others it’s not a holiday but still widely observed. But what’s the same everywhere is that it’s a day when everyone’s eyes are on women […]

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Ransomware attacks reached a record high in 2023, and are set to continue to be a threat for some time to come, new research has warned. In its 2024 Key Forecasts, ZeroFox Intelligence highlighted analysis of live threat intelligence data showing the rise, and warned that as a number of key elections are due in […]

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A Russian espionage group attacked multiple organizations to steal credentials using Microsoft Teams chats that appear to originate from technical support. Microsoft on Wednesday attributed the activity to Midnight Blizzard, previously tracked by the computing giant as Nobelium and also known as Cozy Bear and APT29. The actor used previously compromised Microsoft 365 accounts owned […]

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