TeamViewer, which provides remote connectivity products and services, announced that it detected a cybersecurity event on its internal IT system on June 26, 2024. TeamViewer stated that it did not affect the TeamViewer product environment, connectivity platform, or any customer data.

A recent update by TeamViewer states: “According to current findings, the threat actor leveraged

In the Biden Administration’s continuing effort to reduce the risk of cybersecurity spyware from foreign adversaries, including Russia, the United States Department of Commerce (Commerce) issued a final rule (Rule) on June 16, 2023, entitled “Protecting Americans’ Sensitive Data from Foreign Adversaries” and also amended a previously issued rule (“Securing the Information and Communications Technology

It is being reported that Black Basta (aptly named) exploited a Microsoft zero-day prior to Microsoft’s release of a patch for the vulnerability back in March.

The vulnerability, CVE-2024-26169, was on Microsoft’s March update’s Patch Tuesday List. Unpatched, it allows the threat actor to escalate privileges. Symantec’s threat hunter team has discovered that Black Basta

Below is an excerpt of a legal update co-authored with Government Enforcement + White Collar Defense Partner David E. Carney.

On June 17, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced settlements of alleged False Claims Act (FCA) violations associated with cybersecurity requirements in contracts to provide a secure environment for online applications for federal housing

Since I hang out with a lot of CISOs, and understand their pain points, I urge readers to send a “thank you” and “you are the best” message to their CISO. You can’t imagine the pressure and stress they are under to try to protect the company’s data. To get a glimpse of why you

The UK’s data privacy regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), is investigating Microsoft over potential privacy concerns with its recently announced AI-powered “Recall” feature for Windows PCs. Microsoft Recall is designed to continuously capture screenshots of a user’s PC activity and use AI to create a searchable computer usage history. While these screenshots would be

Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE), the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, has agreed to settle with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for $10 million over allegations that it failed to timely notify the SEC of the cybersecurity incident it experienced in 2021 involving its virtual private network.

The SEC alleged that ICE should

On May 10, 2024, CISA, along with the FBI, HHS, and MS-ISAC, issued a joint Cybersecurity Advisory relating to Black Basta ransomware affiliates “that have targeted over 500 private industry and critical infrastructure entities, including healthcare organizations, in North America, Europe, and Australia.”

The Black Basta Advisory provides information on how the threat actors gain

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and its partners recently issued helpful guidance for entities that have limited resources to address cyber threats. The guidance, entitled “Mitigating Cyber Threats with Limited Resources: Guidance for Civil Society,” is targeted to assist civil society—“nonprofit, advocacy, cultural, faith-based, academic, think tanks, journalist, dissident, and diaspora organizations, communities