SentinelOne Announces Day 1 Support for Amazon ECS Anywhere As a further commitment to AWS customers, SentinelOne has announced Day 1 support for AWS’ new Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Anywhere. ECS Anywhere is an evolution of Amazon’s popular Elastic Container Service – a fully managed container orchestration service that helps quickly deploy, manage and […]

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Apple’s WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2021 kicked off this week in its second outing as a virtual event in light of the ongoing concerns over COVID-19 transmission. Will this be the last isolation-enforced WWDC? We certainly hope so. On the positive side, it’s fair to say that the sessions have become remarkably more effective as […]

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In this post, we dive into a scenario that many security professionals, at one time or another in their careers, may have experienced. It’s the moment when something unexpected occurs and someone asks: “I thought we had that configured?” That’s the moment when the security team starts reviewing their security stack, checking old emails, and […]

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Biden Expands Trump’s Investment Ban on Chinese Firms

Biden Expands Trump’s Investment Ban on Chinese Firms

President Joe Biden’s latest executive order has expanded a ban on investing in Chinese companies with alleged links to defense or surveillance technology sectors that were introduced by former President Donald Trump. The Trump administration issued an executive order on November 12, 2020, barring US entities from investing in a clutch of PRC companies including smartphone-maker Huawei, China Telecommunications […]

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More US Kids Warned About Internet Than Unsafe Sex

More US Kids Warned About Internet Than Unsafe Sex

More American parents are warning their children about the dangers of going online than about the importance of sexual safety, according to new research. A survey of over 1,000 parents in the United States conducted by InMyArea.com found that 89% of parents with children aged 12 or older have had an intentional talk about internet safety with their children. […]

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SolarWinds Hackers Go Phishing

SolarWinds Hackers Go Phishing American multinational technology company Microsoft says that the threat group behind the Microsoft and SolarWinds hack has launched a massive new phishing campaign targeting government agencies, NGOs and think tanks.  Last year, an advanced persistent threat (APT) group exploited vulnerabilities in Microsoft and SolarWinds programs to carry out a supply-chain attack that trojanized […]

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US Jails Telemarketing Fraudster

US Jails Telemarketing Fraudster A scammer who defrauded elderly American computer users by tricking them into believing that their computers had suffered a cyber-attack will be spending the next three years in federal prison. Himanshu Asri, of Delhi, India, took part in a five-year telemarketing scheme that conned around 2,000 computer users, most of whom […]

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FBI Issues Fortinet Flash Warning

FBI Issues Fortinet Flash Warning The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a flash warning Thursday over the exploitation of Fortinet vulnerabilities by advanced persistent threat (APT) groups. According to the FBI, an APT actor group has “almost certainly” been exploiting a FortiGate appliance since at least May 2021 to access a web server hosting the […]

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University Cancels Exams After Cyber-Attack

University Cancels Exams After Cyber-Attack Final examinations at the oldest technological research university in America have been canceled following a cyber-attack. Much of the computer network of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) was forced to shut down after unauthorized access was detected on Friday. Student assessments, research, and other academic activities have been impacted. On May […]

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