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Microsoft: Iran unit behind Charlie Hebdo hack-and-leak op

Springfield News-Sun 03 Feb 2023
The group then advertised the supposed complete data cache on several dark web sites for $340,000 ... They follow a pattern of intrusion, theft, data leak and then amplification through social media and online forums ... Wall Street’s rally stalls on hot jobs, cold earnings data.
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Iraqis protest in Baghdad as currency crisis continues

The Associated Press 03 Feb 2023
As proof of the data theft, “Holy Souls” released a 200-record ... The group then advertised the supposed complete data cache on several dark web sites for $340,000 ... They follow a pattern of intrusion, theft, data leak and then amplification through social media and online forums.
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Activision settles another workplace suit for $35 million

The Associated Press 03 Feb 2023
As proof of the data theft, “Holy Souls” released a 200-record ... The group then advertised the supposed complete data cache on several dark web sites for $340,000 ... They follow a pattern of intrusion, theft, data leak and then amplification through social media and online forums.
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Spanish court: Amazon violated labor law with delivery app

The Associated Press 03 Feb 2023
As proof of the data theft, “Holy Souls” released a 200-record ... The group then advertised the supposed complete data cache on several dark web sites for $340,000 ... They follow a pattern of intrusion, theft, data leak and then amplification through social media and online forums.
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MSPB says federal hiring officials should focus more on skills rather than education

Federal News Radio 03 Feb 2023
Now the search is on for a vendor to construct the CISA headquarters at the Saint Elizabeths campus ... READ MORE ... Lawmakers for documents related to reported cyber intrusions at three national labs between August and September 2022 ... Lawmakers want to know more about the extent of the intrusions, including whether any sensitive data was stolen. Rep ... .
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EDITORIAL: Data intrusions need serious action

Taipei Times 02 Feb 2023
Private data breaches are occurring repeatedly, but government officials treat them on a “case-by-case” basis and have not taken concrete action to plug the leaks, Hung said ... Leaked passenger data means that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) could access the itineraries of Taiwanese politicians and democracy advocates.
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Using real-time data platforms to plug cybersecurity skills gap

Open Access Government 02 Feb 2023
How can we use real-time data platforms to improve the cybersecurity skills gap crisis in government and the public sector? ... More data can translate into more threat insights ... The sheer volume and velocity of data, however, makes it hard to manage and creates challenges when it comes to implementing intrusion detection.
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HUB Cyber Security - Updates on Nasdaq Listing and Pipe Investor Change

Longview News-Journal 02 Feb 2023
TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- HUB Cyber Security Ltd (TASE ... Mr ... Mr. Uzi Moskovitch, Major General(Ret.) will be replacing Mr ... Mr ... Moscovich has a B.S ... The company debuted an advanced encrypted computing solution aimed at preventing hostile intrusions at the hardware level while introducing a novel set of data theft prevention solutions.
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The Hanover Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results

Eagle-Tribune 02 Feb 2023
These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to.Changes in regulatory, legislative, economic, market and political conditions, particularly with respect to rates, the use of data, technology and artificial intelligence, policy terms and conditions, payment ...
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Nebraska wise to be among states to ban Tik-Tok app from state-owned technology

Norfolk Daily News 01 Feb 2023
... connections between the company and the Chinese Communist Party, as well as the app’s aggressive data collection. The cybersecurity firm Internet 2.0 has reported that data collection on the app was “overly intrusive” and flagged a connection in it to a server in mainland China.
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BarTrack Scales Nationwide Presence to Over 40 States, Fueled by $10.9 M Series A Investment ...

Eagle-Tribune 31 Jan 2023
31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hospitality quality and data technology company BarTrack celebrated a monumental year in 2022, scaling its presence to more than 40 states and international locations and growing its team more than 233% last year following a $10.9 M investment in May.
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JD Sports Admits Intruder Accessed 10 Million Customers' Data

Slashdot 31 Jan 2023
In a post to investors this morning, the London Stock Exchange-listed business said the intrusion related to infrastructure that housed data for online orders from sub-brands including JD, Size? Millets, Blacks, Scotts and MilletSport between November 2018 and October 2020 ... Protecting that data of our customers is an absolute priority for JS.".
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As ransomware attacks evolve, agencies must find innovative ways to backup data

Federal News Radio 30 Jan 2023
While in its nascent stages, the breaches were purely about forcing victims to pay ransom to get their data back ... To make this happen, cyber criminals have been aiming at new targets, including the data backups that are supposed to save an agency in the event of an intrusion ... Develop robust data backup strategies and immutable contingency plans.
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Tom Still: Data privacy legislation needed, but is federal version possible?

Victoria Advocate 29 Jan 2023
Shannon Zimmerman, the Republican Assembly member and software entrepreneur from western Wisconsin, tells a story that helps explain why he’s interested in passing a state data privacy bill in this legislative session ... The Golden State is one of five states to adopt a data privacy law so far, along with Utah, Colorado, Connecticut and Virginia.
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Facial recognition will transform airport security checkpoints, by Sheldon Jacobson

Atlantic City 27 Jan 2023
Imagine using technology that never forgets a face, while improving airport security and shortening lines ... As for the security of such photo data, the cyberworld has been and continues to be the Wild West for criminals. Much of what we do on our phones may be more vulnerable to intrusion than the photos stored by the Department of Homeland Security ... .

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