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Nuance Communications says NotPetya attack has cost it $92 million since June

by Michelai Graham • 3 weeks ago

The company expects to lose more revenue this year when it enhances and upgrades its cybersecurity software.

U.S. and U.K. blame Russia for infamous 'NotPetya' cyberattacks

by Michelai Graham • 1 month ago

The U.S. and United Kingdom's governments are blaming the Russian military for a famous cyberattack that took place last June.

Experts push back on Trump administration's call to respond to cyberattacks with nukes

by Shaun Waterman • 2 months ago

Authors say the goal of U.S. policy was to “continue to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in deterring non-nuclear attacks.” Yet a number of people told CyberScoop the new review is way too ambiguous.

U.S. economy could lose billions if attack shut down major cloud providers, report says

by Zaid Shoorbajee • 2 months ago

The report highlights cyberattacks as an emerging risk of loss in the cloud services industry. The U.S. economy could lose an estimated $15 billion if a major cloud provider were to suffer a major cyberattack that disabled it for a few days.

Trisis has mistakenly been released on the open internet

by Chris Bing • 2 months ago

An elite cyberweapon has been publicly sitting online due to a mistaken upload to VirusTotal, three sources familiar with the matter told CyberScoop.

Chinese hackers tried to spy on U.S. think tanks to steal military strategy documents, CrowdStrike says

by Zaid Shoorbajee • 3 months ago

CrowdStrike says it has observed China-based actors try to break into the servers of six Western groups in October and November, marking an uptick in attacks originating from China. Researchers say Meyers the nature of the attacks suggests the hackers were looking for information on how the U.S. coordinates with other governments’ militaries.

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