China sets sights on US critical infrastructure.
China allegedly targets US critical infrastructure, while a small Irish village goes without water due to an Iranian CyberAv3ngers attack. The EU sets a global precedent with new AI regulations. Unraveling the latest maneuvers of the Lazarus Group. The Sandman APT's links to Chinese cyber threats. "5Ghoul" vulnerabilities represent a new challenge in telecom security. The deceptive dangers of the MrAnon infostealer in a booking app. The GRU's phishing tactics lead to the spread of Headlace malware. On today’s Solution Spotlight segment, Kristie Grinnell from DXC Technology talks with N2K’s President Simone Petrella about DXC’s “All in on Cyber” program. And 23andMe's controversial update to its terms and conditions.
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On today’s Solution Spotlight segment, Kristie Grinnell from DXC Technology talks with N2K’s President Simone Petrella about DXC’s “All in on Cyber” program. Kristie is DXC’s Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer.
China’s cyber army is invading critical US services (Washington Post)
Hackers hit Erris water in stance over Israel (Western People)
EU reaches deal on landmark AI bill, racing ahead of US (Washington Post)
Sandman APT | China-Based Adversaries Embrace Lua (SentinelOne)
5Ghoul : Unleashing Chaos on 5G Edge Devices (Singapore University of Technology and Design)
ITG05 operations leverage Israel-Hamas conflict lures to deliver Headlace malware (Security Intelligence)
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