A digital disappearance in Utah.
Cyber-kidnapping in Utah. Hospitals sue for data recovery. The US Department of Homeland Security assesses cyber threats to the US. Mac malware is on the rise. Cameras hacked by Russian intelligence services provide targeting information. Ransomware roundup. An NPM dependency campaign. Google recommends enhanced safe browsing. Rob Boyce from Accenture describes the Five Families and the trend of hacker collaboration. And the FTC wants to hear your cloned voice.
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Hospitals ask courts to force cloud storage firm to return stolen data (BleepingComputer)
Homeland Threat Assessment (US Department of Homeland Security)
The Mac Malware of 2023 (Objective-See)
Coop supermarket chain hit by ransomware cyberattack (beyondmachines)
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