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Backbone is everything, don’t be owned by your infrastructure: Lessons from Ukraine for America

by Frank Cilluffo, Sharon Cardash • 4 months ago

Russia — in its Soviet incarnation — was the source of Ukraine’s infrastructure. Postwar pipes for everything from water to telecommunications in Ukraine is Russian in origin.

Mandiant, CISA urge ThroughTrek customers to fix software bug in millions of baby monitors, cameras

by Sean Lyngaas • 10 months ago

Security issues in the IoT industry run deep, and a single vulnerability often affects multiple vendors.

Suspected Chinese hackers target telecoms, research in Taiwan, Recorded Future says

by Tonya Riley • 12 months ago

Hackers also targeted academia, research and development, and government organizations in Nepal, the Philippines and Taiwan.

McDonald’s discloses hack of customer data in South Korea and Taiwan

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 year ago

The burger chain, which reported $19.2 billion revenue last year, becomes the latest fast food vendor to have customer data stolen by hackers.

Spies target gamers with malware inserted into software updates, ESET says

by Joe Warminsky • 1 year ago

It's a supply-chain attack against a limited users of NoxPlayer, which allows people to play Android games on PCs and Macs.

Taiwan accuses Chinese hackers of aggressive attacks on government agencies

by Sean Lyngaas • 2 years ago

It's only the latest in a wave of suspected Chinese hacking campaigns to hit Taiwan.

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