Friday Five: New Cyber Guidelines and Legislation, Cybercriminal Activity, & Malware Targeting macOS
Read up on the latest cybersecurity legislation, a new executive order from the Biden Administration, the fight against cybercrime, and a new malware affecting mac users. Find these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: TikTok's Congressional Hearing, New Malware, & Concerns Over Chinese Cyberespionage
Read up on TikTok CEO Zi Chew’s largely unsuccessful testimony, a concerning series of stealthy Chinese hacks, the arrest of a malware creator, and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: Hackers Capitalizing on a Bank Failure, More Concerns Over TikTok, and Pig Butchering Scams on the Rise
Hackers are taking advantage of SVB’s failure, scammers are leveraging psychological manipulation to empty victims’ crypto wallets, and TikTok may be in jeopardy in the U.S. Catch up on these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: The Crackdown on Critical Infrastructure & a Ransomware Gang Disrupted
New regulations are rolling out following the release of President Biden’s National Cybersecurity Strategy, but dangers still lurk. Catch up on all the changes in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: Biden’s Cybersecurity Strategy, CISA’s Warnings, & Chinese Cyber Threats
In this week’s Friday Five, catch up on the latest warnings from CISA, the Biden Administration’s new cybersecurity strategy, the actions of Chinese-backed hackers, and much more.
New Disruptive Technology Strike Force to Fight Back Against Foreign Governments That Steal Data
The goal of a new government task force is to block foreign adversaries from siphoning sensitive data.
Friday Five: New Guidance for Organizations and At-Home Employees, Ransomware Demands Evolving, & Emerging Vulnerabilities
The White House and NSA are releasing new security guidance for organizations and employees alike, but ransomware and new vulnerabilities remain dangerous. Read about all the latest in this week’s Friday Five.
U.S. GAO Outlines Key Practices for Improving Data Privacy Programs in the Federal Sector
A U.S. agency has offered four tips for the U.S. government to improve federal efforts to protect privacy and sensitive data.
Friday Five: Dark Web Revenue Falling, Pig Butchering Scams and Other Attacks on the Rise, & Critical Infrastructure at Risk
The dark web isn’t what it once was with Hydra, but cybercriminals are staying busy with ransomware, targeted attacks against developers, and more. Catch up on all these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: Cyber Gang Members Sanctioned, a Cybercrime Messaging Platform, & Stricter Security Regulations
This week saw the takedown of a cybercrime messaging platform, sanctions imposed on TrickBot members, the release of a recovery script for ransomware victims, and more. Catch up on the latest news in this week's Friday Five!
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