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  1. CDNs and Cloud Providers Join Initiative to Improve Security of Internet's Routing System

    Failure in internet routing security leads to major outages, stolen data, hijacking, lost revenue and more, with more than 12,000 routing outages in 2018 alone. The Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) seeks to solve this.

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  2. Palo Alto Networks on Tuesday announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire enterprise SD-WAN solutions provider CloudGenix for roughly $420 million.

    Palo Alto Networks’ Prisma Access solution enables organizations to protect remote networks and mobile users, and it provides secure access to enterprise applications.

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  3. A malicious campaign is targeting organizations from a broad range of industries with a piece of malware known as Kwampirs, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warns.

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  4. Growing Complexity of Managing Enterprise Cybersecurity is Increasing CISO Fatigue and Burnout

    A CISO's life is complex, with business transformation, cloud adoption, working from home and use of mobile devices, and sometimes just too many solutions. Many see automation and AI as a partial solution.

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  5. Marriott on Tuesday disclosed a new data breach that could impact up to 5.2 million of its guests. The incident is related to an internal application used by Marriott hotels.

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  6. Researchers demonstrated recently that hackers could launch a Stuxnet-style attack against Schneider Electric’s Modicon programmable logic controllers (PLCs), but it’s believed that products from other vendors could also be vulnerable to the same type of attack.

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  7. Cyber Range

    Cloud-based Cyber Ranges Will Change the Future of Training and Certifying Security and DevOps Professionals

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  8. Remote conferencing services provider Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM) this week updated its privacy policy following the publishing of a series of reports raising concerns regarding the privacy of Zoom users.

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  9. Lexus cars vulnerable to hacker attacks

    Vulnerabilities in Lexus and Toyota cars could be exploited by hackers to launch remote attacks against affected vehicles, researchers at China-based Tencent Keen Security Lab discovered.

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  10. Sophisticated state-supported actors are following cybercriminals in exploiting the coronavirous pandemic and posing an “advanced persistent threat" (APT), French defence technology giant Thales warned Monday.

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  11. Microsoft on Monday announced several new features for its Edge web browser, including one that will alert users if the credentials they have saved to autofill have been compromised as a result of a third-party data breach.

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  12. The financially-motivated hacking group FIN7 has started mailing malicious USB devices to intended victims in an effort to infect their computers with malware, the FBI warns.

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  13. Kubernetes-specialist Zettaset has introduced software-defined encryption for Kubernetes-managed containers, improving DevSecOps, enhancing data protection, and enabling compliance.

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  14. IBM and FireEye have spotted a campaign that relies on fake “COVID-19 Payment” emails to deliver the Zeus Sphinx banking trojan to people in the United States, Canada and Australia.

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  15. The Utah Attorney General’s Office is investigating the hacking of a video call hosted by a gubernatorial candidate who saw the call hijacked by pornographic images and racial slurs on Thursday.

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  16. Threat actors have been exploiting a couple of vulnerabilities affecting some DrayTek enterprise routers in attacks that started before patches were released by the vendor.

    DrayTek is a Taiwan-based manufacturer of networking equipment, including routers, firewalls, broadband customer premises equipment (CPE), and VPN devices.

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  17. Digital surveillance and smartphone technology may prove helpful in containing the coronavirus pandemic -- but some activists fear this could mean lasting harm to privacy and digital rights.

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  18. Criminals are preying on a fearful public and disrupting the provision of medical care during the coronavirus pandemic by selling counterfeit products, impersonating health workers and hacking computersas many citizens do their jobs online at home, European law enforcement agency Europol said Friday.

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  19. Google says it has seen a drop in the number of warnings sent for potential government-backed phishing or malware attempts last year, mainly due to improved protection systems.

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