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SC Magazine | March 03, 2020
Almost one year after a ransomware attack struck the city of Cartersville, Ga., municipal officials revealed that they paid a ransom of $380,000 to regain access to their files.The news was made known after the local Daily Tribune News filed a Freedom of Information Act request, which disclosed the payment to mitigate the May 4, 2019 attack. The Daily Tribune found that the initial ransom demand was for $2.8 million, payable in bitcoin, and that the city’s insurance paid the majority of th...
ConnectWise | June 24, 2020
ConnectWise has announced the launch of the first global cyber security framework for managed service providers (MSPs), in an attempt to educate the market and make it easier for MSPs to deliver security solutions.Announced at ConnectWise’s virtual IT Nation Explore event today (24 June), the framework brings together existing security guidance produced by some of the world’s foremost security standards organisations, including the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre and ...
Code42 | April 07, 2021
Code42, the pioneer in Insider Risk Management, today reported that its IncydrTM data risk detection and response product has been integrated with Okta Identity Cloud, the leading user identity management solution. The integration combines Code42's unique data-centric approach to insider risk with Okta's leading approach to identity and access, making it easier for security buyers to build Zero Trust data security environments. Since the integration automates access controls, provides ad...
The hacker news | March 02, 2020
Researchers have discovered a new means to target voice-controlled devices by propagating ultrasonic waves through solid materials in order to interact with and compromise them using inaudible voice commands without the victims' knowledge.Called "SurfingAttack," the attack leverages the unique properties of acoustic transmission in solid materials such as tables to "enable multiple rounds of interactions between the voice-controlled device and the attacker over a longer ...
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