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WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 225

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1- RSAC insights: ‘CAASM’ tools and practices get into the nitty gritty of closing network security gaps

Reducing the attack surface of a company’s network should, by now, be a top priority for all organizations. Related: Why security teams ought to embrace complexity As RSA Conference 2022 convenes this week (June 6 -9) in San Francisco, advanced systems to help companies comprehensively inventory the…

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2- Discovery of 56 OT Device Flaws Blamed on Lackluster Security Culture

Researchers discovered 56 vulnerabilities affecting devices from 10 operational technology (OT) vendors, most of which they’ve attributed to inherent design flaws in equipment and a lax approach to security and risk management that have been plaguing the industry for decades, they said. The vulnerab…

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3- Discovery of 56 OT Device Flaws Blamed on Lackluster Security Culture

Researchers discovered 56 vulnerabilities affecting devices from 10 operational technology (OT) vendors, most of which they’ve attributed to inherent design flaws in equipment and a lax approach to security and risk management that have been plaguing the industry for decades, they said. The vulnerab…

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3- 7 Convincing Reasons to Replace Your VPN for ZTNA

Network security has always been about securing employees on site. IT admins never had to worry about the term “remote access” until the pandemic occurred. Since then, organizations have moved their resources into the cloud and have had to rethink the way they are granted access. 39% of workers use …

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4- Interpol busts 2000 suspects in phone scamming takedown

Sick of the unending stream of email and phone calls you receive from scammers claiming to represent your bank? Amazon? Microsoft? The tax office? The police? We sympathise – we’re sick of them too, especially landline calls that could be a loved one calling for help or advice, and thus need to be …

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