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Posted by Nuni Snowden on May 8, 2021

This week, cloud security gets an upgrade, large companies take responsibility for past mistakes, and threat actors come up with admittedly innovative ways to steal your data. Keep reading to learn more about this week’s top cybersecurity news. 

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Posted by Matthew Delman on May 1, 2021

In this week’s edition of Security News in Review, we have stories about the U.S. Department of Homeland Security calling for mandatory disclosure of ransom payments, reports about the Babuk ransomware shutting down, and the revelation that a German police operation uninstalled Emotet. 

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Posted by Nuni Snowden on April 24, 2021

In this week’s roundup, we discover new tactics of threat actors, ongoing cyberattacks, and (surprisingly) the new depths ransomware operators will travel in order to make their victims pay. Keep reading to learn about the latest developments in cybersecurity. 

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Posted by Nuni Snowden on April 10, 2021

This week on Security News in Review, we have coverage on the Facebook data leak, some movement from the federal government on closing a weak spot, and theories on whether IcedID could take on the role Emotet used to have. 

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Posted by Nuni Snowden on April 3, 2021

This weekend on security news in review, we have some new data on firmware attacks against global enterprises, insights into how much damage ransomware has caused the healthcare industry, and the Department of Homeland Security laying out a new cybersecurity strategy. 

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Posted by Matthew Delman on March 27, 2021

In this week’s edition of Security News in Review, there’s new stories about the ransomware attack that locked up Acer’s computer systems, insight into how many Microsoft Exchange servers remain unpatched, and some theorizing on whether takedowns of cybercrime networks are valuable. 

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Posted by Matthew Delman on March 13, 2021

In this week’s edition of our roundup of the cybersecurity news, you’ll find information on Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday in case you missed it, new insights into the Server hack, and information on the rise in K-12 cyberattacks among other important security news stories from the past week. 

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Posted by Matthew Delman on March 6, 2021

In this week’s edition of our roundup of the cybersecurity news, you’ll find reporting on a new trend of ransomware gangs turning to virtual machines, several high-severity vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel being resolved, and some new capabilities in the Ryuk ransomware

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Posted by Matthew Delman on February 26, 2021

We’re back after a skipped Security News in Review last week. In this week’s edition of our roundup of the biggest cybersecurity news stories, we have reporting on ransomware attacks shutting down Underwriters Laboratories and a payment processor widely used by state and municipal governments, as well as a report on Google partnering with the Linux Foundation to hire two people whose sole job will be to improve the security of the Linux kernel. 

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Posted by Matthew Delman on February 10, 2021

Every week, the Morphisec team works hard to bring you the top stories from around the security media-sphere to make your job and securing your critical infrastructure easier.

In today’s weekly edition of Security News in Review, you’ll find news from Microsoft about keeping your defenses up despite Emotet’s disruption, a new Google Chrome 0-day that affects Windows and Mac users, and reporting about a ransomware attack on utility company Electrobras

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