Midnight Blizzard brings the storm.
Russian state hackers breach Microsoft. LockBit claims Subway restaurants hack. A Swedish datacenter is hit with ransomware. VMware patches a vulnerability targeted by Chinese espionage groups. Sentinel Labs warns of North Korean APTs focus on cybersecurity pros. FTC order another data broker to restrict location data. US Feds release security guidance for water and wastewater sectors. Senators question the DOJ on facial recognition technology. Ukraine’s Monobank gets DDoSed. N2K’s CSO Rick Howard joins us to share some insight into what he and the Hash Table are cooking up for the upcoming season of his CSO Perspectives podcast. The passing of a Time Lord.
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Microsoft: Russian Hackers Had Access to Executives' Emails (GovInfo Security)
LockBit ransomware gang claims the attack on the sandwich chain Subway (Security Affairs)
FTC Order Will Ban InMarket from Selling Precise Consumer Location Data (Federal Trade Commission)
Ukraine’s Monobank hit with massive DDoS attack (Silicon Republic)
RIP, Internet’s Time Lord (On My Om)
Network Time Protocol (NTP) attack (noun) (Word Notes podcast)
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