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- CISA, FBI, and NSA release cybersecurity advisory on Russian cyber threats to U.S. critical infrastructure. (to the original material)
 
- Samba releases security update. (to the original material)
 
- Mozilla releases security updates for Firefox, Firefox ESR, and Thunderbird. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft releases January 2022 Security Updates. (to the original material)
 
- SAP releases January 2022 Security Updates. (to the original material)
 
- Citrix releases security update for Workspace App for Linux. (to the original material)
 
- Adobe releases security updates for multiple products. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft fixes wormable RCE in Windows Server and Windows (CVE-2022-21907). (to the original material)
 
- Small, minority-led banks and credit unions face greater cyber risk. (to the original material)
 
- Data breaches reached another all-time high in 2021. (to the original material)
 
- New Zero Trust solution helps guard IT infrastructure. (to the original material)
 
- Cybersecurity budgets set to increase in the next year. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft reveals "powerdir" macOS vulnerability that allows unauthorized user data access. (to the original material)
 
- Data security in the age of insider threats: A primer. (to the original material)
 
- Analyst guide: Encryption solutions buyers checklist. (to the original material)
 
- How the pandemic fueled enterprise digital transformation. (to the original material)
 
- Small businesses are most vulnerable to growing cybersecurity threats. (to the original material)
 
- Video surveillance systems market to grow steadily by 2026. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft January 2022 Patch Tuesday fixes 6 zero-days, 97 flaws. (to the original material)
 
- New RedLine malware version spread as fake Omicron stat counter. (to the original material)
 
- US govt warns of Russian hackers targeting critical infrastructure. (to the original material)
 
- New SysJocker backdoor targets Windows, macOS, and Linux. (to the original material)
 
- KCodes NetUSB exposes millions of routers to RCE attacks. (to the original material)
 
- Night Sky ransomware uses Log4j bug to hack VMware Horizon servers. (to the original material)
 
- Cybersecurity in 2022: Addressing insider threats. (to the original material)
 
- This is the year to create a cybersecurity culture. (to the original material)
 
- Defence against the dark arts: Learnings from the magical world to boost your AppSec. (to the original material)
 
- World Economic Forum: Cybersecurity an increasing global threat. (to the original material)
 
- Banks still struggling to spot the signs of human trafficking. (to the original material)
 
- Corporate cyber-attacks spike 50% in 2021. (to the original material)
 
- Romance scammers stole £92 million from victims last year. (to the original material)
 
- State hackers use new PowerShell backdoor in Log4j attacks. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft: New critical Windows HTTP vulnerability is wormable. (to the original material)
 
- Firefox Focus now blocks cross-site tracking on Android devices. (to the original material)
 
- CISA alerts federal agencies of ancient bugs still being exploited. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft fixes critical Office bug, delays macOS security updates. (to the original material)
 
- Hackers hit healthcare data management company. (to the original material)
 
- US issues alert over russian hackers. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft Patch Tuesday for Jan. 2022 - Snort rules and prominent vulnerabilities. (to the original material)
 
- Vulnerability Spotlight: Two vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat DC could lead to arbitrary code execution. (to the original material)
 
- Vulnerability Spotlight: Heap buffer overflow condition in Google Chrome could lead to code execution. (to the original material)
 
- Signed kernel drivers – Unguarded gateway to Windows’ core. (to the original material)
 
- 2021 was a terrible year for cybersecurity. Without action, 2022 could be even worse. (to the original material)

 

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