The mother of all data breaches.
The mother of all data breaches. CISA director Easterly is the victim of a swatting incident. An AI robocall in New Hampshire seeks to sway the election. Australia sanctions an alleged Russian cyber-crime operator. Atlassian Confluence servers are under active exploitation. Apple patches a webkit zero-day. Black Basta hits a major UK water provider. Hackers who targeted an Indian ISP launch and online search portal. A Massachusetts hospital suffered a Christmas day ransomware attack. Ann Johnson host of the Afternoon Cyber Tea podcast, speaks with Caitlin Sarian, known to many as Cybersecurity Girl. And HP claims bricked printers are a security feature, not a bug.
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Microsoft Security’s Afternoon Cyber Tea podcast host, Ann Johnson, speaks with Caitlin Sarian, known to many as Cybersecurity Girl, a leading influencer with a cybersecurity-focused social presence. Listen to the full interview here.
Hackers start exploiting critical Atlassian Confluence RCE flaw (BleepingComputer)
Hacker Leaks 4 Million Users, KYC Data (HACKREAD)
HP CEO evokes James Bond-style hack via ink cartridges (Ars Technica)
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