23 October 2021
3 month ago
Chinese state-backed groups were responsible for a "reckless" attack on Microsoft Exchange servers earlier this year, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said
Military-grade spyware licensed by an Israeli firm to governments for tracking militants and criminals was used in attempted and successful hacks of 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, human rights activists, business executives
A website on the dark web claims to sell data from Saudi Aramco Proof includes 34 mid-res images. Screenshots with PII are redacted, making verification impossible
The Washington Post:A global investigation has found that military-grade spyware The Pegasus Project was used in attempted and successful hacks of smartphones belonging to journalists, human rights activists, business executives and the fiancee of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Russian Ministry of Defense blames DDoS cyberattack behind malfunction of its website3 month ago
Russian Ministry of Defense blames DDoS cyberattack behind malfunction of its website
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issued an advisory on misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines that has "led to avoidable illnesses and death"
US State Department: "Reward Offer for Information on Foreign Malicious Cyber Activity Against U.S. Critical Infrastructure"
Facebook said on Thursday it had taken down about 200 accounts run by a group of hackers in Iran as part of a cyber-spying operation that targeted mostly U.S. military personnel and people working at defense and aerospace companies
US offers up to $10 million reward for information on cyberattacks against critical infrastructure by foreign states
Websites of occupation authorities in Crimea went under cyber attack and were inaccessible for an hour
It's Thursday morning in Cuba where social media and messaging platforms including Facebook and WhatsApp have been restricted following Sunday's protests. Real-time internet metrics confirm that access to YouTube is now also limited
Italy’s market watchdog said on Thursday that major cryptocurrency exchange Binance was not authorised to carry out activities in the country, the latest in a string of global regulatory moves against the platform.
[email protected] sees 26% increase in governments' requests to remove content from journalists, news outlets. Governments from across the world made 361 tweet removal requests
First Oil: EIA Servers Reportedly Down Delaying Petroleum Status Report, Will Attempt to Resend at 11am ET EIA
Havana residents complain about mobile and wired internet interruptions
"Done responsibly, leadership in AI can boost our future military tech advantage" per @SecDef "But obviously we aren't the only ones who understand the promise of AI" he adds, citing China
"It includes the Pathfinder project, an algorithm-driven system that helps us better detect airborne threats by using AI to fuse data from military, commercial & government sensors in real time" per @SecDef
"We have more than 600 AI efforts in progress, significantly more than just a year ago" per @SecDef "It includes Project Salus, a predictive tool for finding patterns in COVID19 data that the department built from scratch with some top Silicon Valley companies"
Happening now: @SecDef Lloyd Austin speaking to The National Security Commission on ArtificialIntelligence "It's a capability that this Department urgently needs to develop even further"
Multiple employees of Crytek, based in Frankfurt, are afraid, that if their company is sold to China, their software will be used for military purpose by the PLA or China will use its ownership of the company to spy on western militaries and arms manufacturers, using CryEngine
All known websites associated with the hacking group REvil are down, multiple cybersecurity experts confirm to @CNBC3 month ago
All known websites associated with the hacking group REvil are down, multiple cybersecurity experts confirm to @CNBC
US, Russia mtgs on cyber crimes - "There have been ongoing mtgs at an expert level" per @PressSec "The most important thing we can do is preserve a space for those conversations to happen & hopefully, progress to be made" she says, noting there will not be readouts
Websites of Iran's transport and urbanization ministry Saturday went out of service after a "cyber disruption" in computer systems of its staff, the official IRNA news agency reported
Full @POTUS comments about his call with Russian President Putin about ransomware
President Biden says "yes" when asked if it makes sense for the US to take it's response to Russian cyber criminals "up a notch and attack the actual servers that are used
Biden tells Putin on the phone today "the United States will take any necessary action to defend its people and its critical infrastructure in the face of this continuing challenge" (re ransomware)
Russian hackers attacked website of Ukrainian Navy
"We've continued to send a clear message" to Russia, per @PressSec "If the Russian cannot or will not act against criminal actors residing in Russia, we will act" #ransomware
Ransomware attack: @POTUS getting "near daily" updates, per @PressSec US intel digging into whether REvil was operating "with the knowledge or approval of the Russian government" for Kaseya attack
"I think what he intended to convey" is that he's updated on a near-daily basis on RNC cyber incident, Psaki says. "We are continuing to gather details on if this incident occurred with the knowledge or approval of the Russian government. That's what we're really digging into
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