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- The National Directorate of Cyber Security and ISACA Romania launches the Practical Guide for Operators of Essential Services (OSE). (to the original material)
 
- CNMF identifies and discloses malware used by Iranian APT MuddyWater. (to the original material)
 
- A new multi-platform backdoor is leveraged by an advanced threat actor. (to the original material)
 
- Ransomware, supply chain, and deepfakes: The top threats the finance industry needs to prepare for. (to the original material)
 
- How safe are cloud applications? (to the original material)
 
- SMEs still an easy target for cybercriminals. (to the original material)
 
- Audit your Active Directory with a free, read-only scan from Specops. (to the original material)
 
- 2022 promises to be a challenging year for cybersecurity professionals. (to the original material)
 
- Technology-related employment still going strong, the unemployment rate for IT jobs dropping to 2%. (to the original material)
 
- Digital asset management market to reach $10 billion in 2026. (to the original material)
 
- Attackers more successful at delivering malware payloads. (to the original material)
 
- Why 2022 should be a year of cybersecurity optimism. (to the original material)
 
- Zero-Trust for Health Care in the age of ransomware. (to the original material)
 
- Oxeye Tool Can Counter Log4j Obfuscation Attacks. (to the original material)
 
- CISA, NSA warns of Russian attacks on critical infrastructure. (to the original material)
 
- Left of SIEM? Right of SIEM? Get It Right! (to the original material)
 
- Researchers say flaw allows remote access to Teslas. (to the original material)
 
- Apple fixes doorLock bugs that can disable iPhones and iPads. (to the original material)
 
- US links MuddyWater hacking group to Iranian intelligence agency. (to the original material)
 
- UK jails men for spying on teenagers, stealing photos using RATs (Remote Access Trojans). (to the original material)
 
- Magniber ransomware using signed APPX files to infect systems. (to the original material)
 
- TellYouThePass ransomware returns as a cross-platform Golang threat. (to the original material)
 
- OceanLotus hackers turn to web archive files to deploy backdoors. (to the original material)
 
- EA: 50 high-profile FIFA 22 accounts taken over by phishing actors. (to the original material)
 
- Hackers take over diplomat's email, target the Russian deputy minister (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). (to the original material)
 
- Clinical Review vendor reports data breach. (to the original material)
 
- Teen makes Tesla hacking claim. (to the original material)
 
- Phishers take over FIFA 22 accounts. (to the original material)
 
- European Union to launch supply chain attack simulation. (to the original material)
 
- UK launches initiative to develop global AI standards. (to the original material)
 
- Two years for men who used RATs to spy on women and children. (to the original material)
 
- Microsoft Starts 2022 with 97 CVEs in January Patch Tuesday. (to the original material)
 
- Europol ordered to delete vast trove of personal information. (to the original material)
 
- Nanocore, Netwire, and AsyncRAT spreading campaigns use public cloud infrastructure. (to the original material)
 
- The People Behind Us – Website Security Champions 2021. (to the original material)
 
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