New guidance from US and UK cybersecurity agencies provides recommendations for secure AI system development.
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UK and Korea say DPRK state-sponsored hackers targeted governments, defense organizations via supply chain attacks.
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New CISA pilot program brings cutting-edge cybersecurity services to critical infrastructure entities that need support.
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New CISA guidance details cyber threats and risks to healthcare and public health organizations and recommends mitigations.
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The US Department of Energy is offering $70 million in funding to improve the cybersecurity of rural and municipal utilities.
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Some K-12 public schools are racing to improve protection against the threat of online attacks, but lax cybersecurity means thousands of others are vulnerable to ransomware gangs that can steal confidential data and disrupt operations.
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Google says a Zimbra zero-day from earlier this year, CVE-2023-37580, was exploited in several campaigns to hack government emails.
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The State of Maine says the personal information of 1.3 million individuals was compromised in the MOVEit attack.
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