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Meet a Cybercriminal: Oleksandr Vitalyevich Ieremenko

Ukrainian Oleksandr Ieremenko, 30, tops a recently re-launched Most Wanted List from the U.S. Secret Service. We say “tops” because Ieremenko and a colleague each have a $1 million reward for information on their whereabouts. The U.S. wants Ieremenko for 2010 hacks into newswires that host business press releases. The stolen releases provided insider knowledge …

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Federal government cracking down on contractors with poor cybersecurity

Do you do business with the government? If you or your firm are a government contractor and suffer a security incident or misrepresent your cybersecurity practices, heads up. The U.S. Department of Justice could sue you. The DOJ recently said it would leverage the existing False Claims Act (FCA) to pursue cybersecurity-related fraud by government …

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Ransomware group runs help public wanted ads for skilled hackers

You know how cyber training warns you to look for poor English to avoid getting ransomware in a phishing email? How about looking for poor English on a jobs page? Cybersecurity jobs, to be specific. A company calling itself Bastion Secure advertised for a Reverse Engineer, a System Administrator, and programmers experienced in PHP, Python, …

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Why ImageQuest recommends Arctic Wolf protection

Today’s world includes unrelenting attempts by hackers, some sponsored by foreign countries, to steal data, damage systems, and halt operations. Hackers’ skillfully-written emails, with fraudulent links and attachments, increase the likelihood that all organizations will experience an attack sooner or later. Such phishing emails are the source of most breaches – and impossible to block …

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Bye, bye Flash: Controversial software reaches end of life

Flash, the software that originally powered online videos, gaming, and other dynamic content on websites, will be retired by Adobe this December. “Few technologies have yielded such divisive and widespread passion as Flash,” writes Ars Technica in a look back over the software’s history. “Many gush over its versatility and ease of use as a …

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NIST has new Privacy tool to help with growing regulations

As a patchwork of privacy regulations start to appear at the state level in the U.S., the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released guidance on how to keep data private. The new, “version 1.0” framework is designed to help enterprises manage privacy risks. It follows a similar framework tool developed to manage …

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