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WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 192
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1- Armis sees demand for OT/ICS cybersecurity rise 400% year on year
Armis, the unified asset visibility and security platform provider, has formally announced its leadership in the OT / ICS cybersecurity category with the world’s leading enterprises after seeing a huge 400% increase in demand this past year. Only the Armis platform spans multiple verticals and can …
2- Designing a Proactive Ransomware Playbook for Today’s Threat Landscape
By Paul Baird, Chief Technology Security Office, Qualys
Ransomware attacks are among the most significant cyber-threats facing organizations today. According to research by Gartner, ransomware is the highest priority (78 percent) and most important emerging risk to track. Yet, organizations are stil…
3- Critical Citrix DDoS Bug Shuts Down Network, Cloud App Access
A critical security bug in the Citrix Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Citrix Gateway could allow cyberattackers to crash entire corporate networks without needing to authenticate.
The two affected Citrix products (formerly the NetScaler ADC and Gateway) are used for application-aware traff…
4- New Android Spyware Poses Pegasus-Like Threat
Researchers discovered new Android spyware that provides similar capabilities to NSO Group’s Pegasus controversial software. Called PhoneSpy, the mobile surveillance-ware has been spotted activity targeting South Koreans without their knowledge.
PhoneSpy disguises itself as a legitimate application …