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  1. The recently uncovered malware known as “Triton” and “Trisis” was likely developed by Iran and used to target an organization in Saudi Arabia, according to industrial cybersecurity and threat intelligence firm CyberX.

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  3. IP is Valued Above Email but Below PII, Survey Finds

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  4. Trend Micro security researchers recently discovered a highly targeted piece of malware designed to steal information

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  5. A Nigerian national has been sentenced by a United States court to 41 months in prison for his role in business email compromise (BEC) scams, the Department of Justice announced on Thursday.

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  6. Synaptics says recent reports inaccurately characterized a debugging tool found in its touchpad drivers as a keylogger, but the company has decided to remove the functionality from its products.

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  7. Fox-IT, the Netherlands-based cybersecurity firm owned by NCC Group, revealed on Thursday that it had been the victim of a man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack made possible by DNS records getting changed at its third-party domain registrar.

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  8. 2018 Should Not Be Another Year Where Attackers Continue to Exploit the Known

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  9. Google has decided to share detailed information on how it protects service-to-service communications within its infrastructure at the application layer and the the system it uses for data protection.

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  10. Britain's cyber-spooks are reaching out from behind their veil of secrecy with the aim of cultivating the nation's next generation of high-tech sentries -- a move not without security risks.

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  11. “It’s much more pleasant to be obsessed over how the hero gets out his predicament than it is over how I get out of mine” – Woody Allen

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  12. A new piece of malware designed to target industrial control systems (ICS) has been used in an attack aimed at a critical infrastructure organization, FireEye reported on Thursday. Experts believe the attack was launched by a state-sponsored actor whose goal may have been to cause physical damage.

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  13. An unpatched critical vulnerability impacting a wireless video bridge used by DirecTV allows for an attacker to remotely execute code on the vulnerable devices, Zero-Day Initiative researchers reveal.

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  14. After going through 24 seasons of cross-country, winter track, and spring track with my boys, I fully understand that if you put your toe on the line, you had better be prepared to race, or bad things happen. 

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  15. In an effort to boost the fight against malicious software, anti-malware company Avast this week announced the release of its retargetable machine-code decompiler as open source. 

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