It’s one of the biggest clichés of today: data is the new oil. But then, clichés are clichés because they are true.Read more
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The federal government and private sector are still reeling from the SolarWinds supply chain hack, and Congress is on edge as it begins a new term beset by fears of domestic terrorism. It would seem all bets are off in terms of the previous legislative agenda for cybersecurity, at least in the near-term. The relevant committees in the new 117th Congress have yet to weigh in on specific pieces of legislation, but it’s clear that cybersecurity will be a big focus across both the House and Senate.
First, in the wake of the discovery of the SolarWinds breach, the incoming Biden administration committed to making cybersecurity a top priority. Late last week, the Biden team made good on that promise when announcing its Rescue Plan that calls for around $10 billion in cybersecurity spending, including $690 million for CISA to improve security monitoring and incident response at the agency.
An enterprise security strategy should be like a weather report: subject to frequent updates. Allowing a security plan to fall out of sync with current and emerging threats, as well as evolving enterprise technologies and interests, can open the door to financial and reputational catastrophes.
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It detected it and then wasn’t able to isolate/quarantine, so I went into files to delete the exact file itRead more
Prelude Operator is quite different than Caldera. I’m actually the author of the MITRE Caldera framework (v2) as well andRead more
Interesting, Conspirologist. Named OSAMiner, the malware has been distributed in the wild since at least 2015 disguised in pirated (cracked)Read more
If we could just get vendors to fix their crappily written software that needs full access to their Program FilesRead more