Leading the charge in cybercrime take downs.
Interpol leads cybercrime take downs. ALPHV/Blackcat is in a “tug of Tor” with the FBI. The Senate confirms a new leader for Cyber Command and NSA. Rite Aid is banned from using facial recognition. CISA prepares a new approach to information sharing. Remote encryption of ransomware. CitrixBleed is exploited to access customer data. An update on the Kyivstar cyberattack. The Tallinn Mechanism solidifies Western support for Ukraine's cybersecurity. In today’s Learning Layer segment, host Sam Meisenberg talks with Shelby Ludtke about passing the new ISC2 Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) exam. And GCHQ introduces youngsters to code breaking.
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In our Learning Layer segment today, host Sam Meisenberg talks with Shelby Ludtke about passing the new ISC2 Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) exam. For more information on practice tests, please visit N2K’s certification page.
Learning Layer links
Interpol operation arrests 3,500 cybercriminals, seizes $300 million (Bleeping Computer)
Senate confirms Biden’s pick for Cyber Command, NSA (The Record)
Notice To Customers of Data Security Incident (Businesswire)
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