This week, the guys deviate a little from the usual format and discuss some of the latest Cybersecurity trends, and rant on what's on their minds, no matter how off-topic it may be! Let's get into some of what we're seeing, including the wild and wacky!
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IT leaders Confident in their Ability to Manage a Ransomware attack: They Should Know Better
ITOps Teams are Getting Buried Beneath too Many Disparate Solutions for Endpoint Management
NSA RELEASES COMPREHENSIVE “HOW-TO” GUIDE FOR SECURING NETWORKS
FBI WARNS OF IMPERSONATION CAMPAIGN THAT’S TARGETING AMERICANS
Novel Attack Turns Amazon Devices Against Themselves
Finance Among Best-Prepared Sectors for Cyberattacks, but Falls Short in Other Areas
New Emotet Botnet is Rapidly Growing, with +130K Unique Bots Spread Across 179 Countries
Microsoft March 2022 Patch Tuesday Updates Fix 89 Vulnerabilities
Samsung Confirms Data Breach After Hackers Leak Galaxy Source Code
Nearly 30% of Critical WordPress Plugin Bugs Don't Get a Patch
Access:7 Vulnerabilities Impact Medical and IoT Devices
Mozilla Addresses Two Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaws in Firefox
CVE-2022-0492 Flaw in Linux Kernel cgroups Feature Allows Container Escape
Easily Exploitable Linux Bug Gives Root Access to Attackers (CVE-2022-0847)
TLStorm Flaws Allow to Remotely Manipulate the Power of Millions of Enterprise UPS DevicesAPC UPS Zero-Day Bugs Can Remotely Burn Out Devices, Disable Power
Patched Vulnerability in Widely Used UPS Devices Allows Attackers to Control Power Backup System
White House Requests Billions in Tech Aid for Ukraine
Reports: White House Set to Issue Executive Order on Crypto
Anonymous Hacked Russian Streaming Services to Broadcast War Footage