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  • Best Body Lotion for 2022 - CNET
  • Intriguing New UFO Footage Revealed by US Military at Historic Hearing - CNET
  • Buffalo Massacre Suspect Reportedly Invited Discord Users to Review His Plan - CNET
  • Every Harry Potter Movie Ranked: From Azkaban to Grindelwald - CNET
  • James Bond Movies Ranked: The Best and Worst of 007 - CNET
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  • 'She-Hulk' Release Schedule: When Does Episode 1 Hit Disney Plus? - CNET
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  • Marvel's 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' Has a New Trailer and a Release Date - CNET
  • Star Wars Release Dates For Andor, The Mandalorian and Ahsoka Revealed - CNET
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4: The Full List of Release Dates - CNET
  • Google Opens Self-Designed, All-Electric Campus in California - CNET
  • 2023 BMW 3 Series Gets Tweaked Styling, New Curved Screen - CNET
  • 2023 BMW 3 Series Doesn't Mess With Success - CNET
  • Make Your Own Van Gogh 'Starry Night' Out of Legos - CNET
  • 'Doctor Strange 2' Illuminati, Explained: Who Are These Elite Marvel Heroes? - CNET
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  • Dark Reading Daily
  • Critical VMware Bug Exploits Continue, as Botnet Operators Jump In
  • FBI: E-Tailers, Beware Web Injections for Scraping Credit-Card Data, Backdoors
  • New Venture Capital Fund Focuses on Emerging Cybersecurity Tech
  • (ISC)² Unveils 100K in the UK Scheme to Expand the UK Cybersecurity Workforce with 100,000 Free Ent
  • Rubrik Launches Rubrik Security Cloud to Secure Data, Wherever it Lives, Across Enterprise, Cloud, a
  • Widespread Attack on WordPress Sites Targets Tatsu Builder Plug-in
  • Training to Beat a Bad Cybersecurity Culture
  • Local Government's Guide to Minimizing the Risk of a Cyberattack
  • Google Cloud Aims to Share Its Vetted Open Source Ecosystem
  • Barracuda Expands Cloud-Native SASE Platform to Protect Hybrid Cloud Deployments
  • Qualys Adds Custom Assessment and Remediation to Its Cloud Platform
  • YouMail Launches YouMail Protective Services for Carriers and Enterprises
  • Ericom’s New ZTEdge Web Application Isolation Addresses Security Concerns Associated With Third-Pa
  • Bitdefender Launches Identity Theft Protection Service for U.S. Consumers
  • How Mobile Networks Have Become a Front in the Battle for Ukraine
  • RF Technologies Releases Safe Place Staff Protection for Healthcare Settings
  • TorchLight Expands Cybersecurity Services With MDR Sentinel in Partnership With Microsoft
  • 50% of Orgs Rely on Email to Manage Security
  • iPhones Open to Attack Even When Off, Researchers Say
  • Open Source Security Gets $30M Boost From Industry Heavy Hitters
  • You Can't Opt Out of Citizen Development
  • NSA Cyber Chief Vows 'No Backdoors' in Quantum Encryption Standards
  • Name That Toon: Knives Out
  • Critical Zyxel Firewall Bug Under Active Attack After PoC Exploit Debut
  • US Cyber Director: Forging a Cybersecurity Social Contract Is Not Optional
  • Me, My Digital Self, and I: Why Identity Is the Foundation of a Decentralized Future
  • How to Turn a Coke Can Into an Eavesdropping Device
  • US Agrees to International Electronic Cybercrime Evidence Swap
  • CISO Shares Top Strategies to Communicate Security's Value to the Biz
  • Black Hat Asia: Democracy's Survival Depends on Taming Technology
  • Linux, OpenSSF Champion Plan to Improve Open Source Security
  • Log4Shell Exploit Threatens Enterprise Data Lakes, AI Poisoning
  • Data Transformation: 3 Sessions to Attend at RSA 2022
  • How to Avoid Falling Victim to PayOrGrief's Next Rebrand
  • Transforming SQL Queries Bypasses WAF Security
  • Black Hat Asia: Firmware Supply Chain Woes Plague Device Security
  • 3 Predictors of Cybersecurity Startup Success
  • Egnyte Enhances Program for Managed Service Providers
  • StackHawk Raises $20.7 Million in Series B Funding for Developer-First Application and API Security
  • Cloud Firm Appian Awarded $2B in Trade Secret Cyber-Theft Lawsuit
  • Needs Improvement: Scoring Biden's Cyber Executive Order
  • How Can Your Business Defend Itself Against Fraud-as-a-Service?
  • Known macOS Vulnerabilities Led Researcher to Root Out New Flaws
  • 5 Years That Altered the Ransomware Landscape
  • On the Air With Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat Asia 2022
  • PlainID Debuts Authorization-as-a-Service Platform
  • Threat Actors Are Stealing Data Now to Decrypt When Quantum Computing Comes
  • Ready, IAM, Fire: How Weak IAM Makes You a Target
  • Microsoft Simplifies Security Patching Process for Exchange Server
  • Orca Security Unveils Context-Aware Shift Left Security to Identify and Prevent Cloud Application Se
  • Man Sentenced for Stealing from PayPal Accounts in Wire Fraud Scheme
  • Fraudulent 'Bot-driven' College Enrollment up 50%, New Study Finds
  • NSA Warns Managed Service Providers Are Now Prime Targets for Cyberattacks
  • Keeper Security Partners with SHI International for New Fully Managed IT Service (SHI Complete)
  • Top 6 Security Threats Targeting Remote Workers
  • Concentric AI Raises Series A Funding Led by Ballistic Ventures to Autonomously Secure Business-Crit
  • Breaking Down the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act
  • Quantum Ransomware Strikes Quickly, How to Prepare and Recover
  • Material Security Reaches $1.1 Billion Valuation for ‘Zero Trust’ Security on Microsoft and Goog
  • SpyCloud Report: Fortune 1000 Employees Pose Elevated Cyber Risk to Companies
  • Cyber-Espionage Attack Drops Post-Exploit Malware Framework on Microsoft Exchange Servers
  • The Danger of Online Data Brokers
  • Vanity URLs Could Be Spoofed for Social Engineering Attacks
  • Google Will Use Mobile Devices to Thwart Phishing Attacks
  • Novel Nerbian RAT Lurks Behind Faked COVID Safety Emails
  • What to Patch Now: Actively Exploited Windows Zero-Day Threatens Domain Controllers
  • US Pledges to Help Ukraine Keep the Internet and Lights On
  • Lincoln College Set to Close After Crippling Cyberattack
  • Cybercriminals Are Increasingly Exploiting Vulnerabilities in Windows Print Spooler
  • Arctic Wolf Launches Arctic Wolf Labs Focused on Security Operations Research and Intelligence Repor
  • 5-Buck DCRat Malware Foretells a Worrying Cyber Future
  • Onapsis Announces New Offering to Jumpstart Security for SAP Customers
  • Mastering the New CISO Playbook
  • Nokia Opens Cybersecurity Testing Lab
  • How to Check If Your F5 BIG-IP Device Is Vulnerable
  • Joker, Other Fleeceware Surges Back Into Google Play
  • Costa Rica Declares State of Emergency Under Sustained Conti Cyberattacks
  • 5 Tips to Protect Your Career Against a Narcissist
  • NFTs Emerge as the Next Enterprise Attack Vector
  • Deloitte Launches Expanded Cloud Security Management Platform
  • Security Stuff Happens: Where Do You Go From Here?
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography Set to Replace RSA, ECC
  • Ikea Canada Breach Exposes 95K Customer Records
  • What We've Learned in the 12 Months Since the Colonial Pipeline Attack
  • Scammer Infects His Own Machine With Spyware, Reveals True Identity
  • White House Moves to Shore Up US Post-Quantum Cryptography Posture
  • AT&T Expands Access to Advanced Secure Edge and Remote Workforce Capabilities
  • Passwords: Do Actions Speak Louder Than Words?
  • Colonial Pipeline 1 Year Later: What Has Yet to Change?
  • Microsoft, Apple, and Google Promise to Expand Passwordless Features
  • Heroku: Cyberattacker Used Stolen OAuth Tokens to Steal Customer Account Credentials
  • NIST Issues Guidance for Addressing Software Supply-Chain Risk
  • A Third of Americans Use Easy-to-Guess Pet Passwords
  • Critical Cisco VM-Escape Bug Threatens Host Takeover
  • FBI: Bank Losses From BEC Attacks Top $43B
  • Magnet Forensics Acquires Cybersecurity Software Firm Comae Technologies
  • Cisco Announces Cloud Controls Framework Is Now Available to Public
  • Multichannel Phishing Concerns Cybersecurity Leaders in 2022
  • 1,000+ Attacks in 2 Years: How the SideWinder APT Sheds Its Skin
  • Docker Under Siege: Cybercriminals Compromise Honeypots to Ramp Up Attacks
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