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- Cybersecurity news of the week (06.01.2022). (to the original material)
 
- Executive predictions for 2022: CTO Fleming Shi. (to the original material)
 
- From crisis to continuity: Securing remote work for the long term. (to the original material)
 
- Java RMI services are often vulnerable to SSRF attacks - research. (to the original material)
 
- Kazakhstan government shuts down the internet following the country-wide protest. (to the original material)
 
- Missouri's CRMC (Capital Region Medical Center) brings the network back online, 3 weeks after cyberattack. (to the original material)
 
- Financial advisers embrace increased security awareness, controls. (to the original material)
 
- Security experts develop search tools to make CISA's (ever-growing) Log4j database more friendly. (to the original material)
 
- What companies should expect as the FTC takes aim at Log4j laggards. (to the original material)
 
- Google Docs comment flaw exploited by attackers. (to the original material)
 
- CES 2022: More sensors than people. (to the original material)
 
- Threat Source Newsletter (6 Ianuarie 2022). (link material original)
 
- Covid test data breach at British School. (to the original material)
 
- Cyber-attack on Fertility Centers of Illinois. (to the original material)
 
- Investigation launched into RIPTA data breach. (to the original material)
 
- The Colonial Pipeline attack eight months on. (to the original material)
 
- UK Police seize £322 million of cryptocurrency in the past five years. (to the original material)
 
- Man pleads guilty to a $50 million investment fraud scheme. (to the original material)
 
- Credential stuffers compromised 1.1 million accounts. (to the original material)
 
- Finite-state adds binary analysis to catch zero-days. (to the original material)
 
- Bridging the "front and back of the house": A lesson in risk management. (to the original material)
 
- The Log4j debacle showed again that public disclosure of zero-days only helps attackers. (to the original material)
 
- Five tips on how to stay (cyber) secure in a hybrid work world. (to the original material)
 
- Experts uncover Elephant Beetle, an organized financial-theft operation. (to the original material)
 
- Mobile security software market to reach $2.75 billion by 2025. (to the original material)
 
- FinalSite ransomware attack shuts down thousands of school websites. (to the original link)
 
- FlexBooker discloses data breach, over 3.7 million accounts impacted. (to the original material)
 
- Night Sky is the latest ransomware targeting corporate networks. (to the original material)
 
- US arrests suspect who stole unpublished books in phishing. (to the original material)
 
- US online pharmacy Ravkoo links data breach to AWS portal incident. (to the original material)
 
- Swiss army bans all chat apps but locally-developed Threema. (to the original material)
 
- Google Docs commenting feature exploited for spear-phishing. (to the original material)
 
- France hits Facebook and Google with $210 million in fines. (to the original material)
 
- FBI warns about ongoing Google Voice authentication scams. (to the original material)
 
- Is quantum computing ready to disrupt cybersecurity? (to the original material)
 
- Best practices for encrypting your phone communications. (to the original material)
 
- W2 form is for sale on the dark web. (to the original material)
 
- DIY Sinclair clones: Left it too late to back the Next? Build your own instead. (to the original material)
 
- UK government stacks up to £1.8 billion in vertical application framework. (to the original material)
 
- Fugitive mafiosi evaded cops for two decades until he was spotted on Google Street View. (to the original material)
 
- Hearth attack victim "saved" by defibrillator delivery drone. (to the original material)
 
- Google Chrome 97 relaxes privacy protection just a little to help out Microsoft. (to the original material)
 
- New trick could let malware fake iPhone shutdown to spy on users secretly. (to the original material)

 

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