Hacking

U.S. cyberattack a serious, ongoing problem, Microsoft cautions

The U.S. cybersecurity team is still trying to determine exactly who is responsible for a major cyberattack in the U.S., with many signs pointing to the Russian government. Microsoft, which has built the systems for a majority of computers in the U.S., said they too have found malicious software on its systems. William Brangham spoke with Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, to learn more.

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The Latest Cyber Attack Techniques to Watch for in 2020

Ed Skoudis sat down with us at RSA Conference 2020 to talk about deep cyber attack persistence, attackers “living off the land”, and the latest penetration techniques he’s seeing. Skoudis also shares with us the two events he looks forward to most every year at RSA Conference, which includes the Cryptographer’s Panel.

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Large scale cyber attack on Australian institutions and companies

This activity is targeting Australian organisations across a range of sectors, including all levels of government, industry, political organisations, education, health, essential service providers and operators of other critical infrastructure

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