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The Charles André group, headquartered in Montélimar, would have been the target of a cyberattack, Le Dauphiné Libéré learned on Monday February 22 from several corroborating sources. (Translated from Le Dauphine, which reports the firm has not respond… Continue reading Fr: Montélimar: a transport group targeted by a cyber attack
The Federal Reserve’s system that allows financial institutions to send money back and forth electronically went down Wednesday morning. From a report: The “operational error,” as the Fed described it, impacted multiple services, including its pivotal … Continue reading The Fed’s System That Allows Banks To Send Money Back and Forth is Down
There was a time when a microphone for most people was a cheap plastic affair that probably came for free with their sound card, but in the age of pandemic video streaming no desktop is complete without a chunky model …read more
Frosty P writes: The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has removed Marko Rodriguez from the TinkerPop project he co-founded because his provocative Twitter posts were said to have violated the ASF Code of Conduct. “I was removed from the project I start… Continue reading Apache Software Foundation Ousts TinkerPop Creator
Another top official is exiting the staff of the Election Assistance Commission, the third in recent months for the small agency that plays an outsized role in U.S. election security. Jerome Lovato, the testing and certification director for voting system certification at the EAC, is leaving that position next month, two sources told CyberScoop. And the commission began advertising the opening for the job he holds last week. His departure follows Josh Franklin leaving his job as EAC chief technology officer in December, and in November, Maurice Turner leaving as senior adviser to the executive director of the commission. The exits come at a sensitive time for the commission. The EAC this month voted to approve a long-awaited update to its widely-used voluntary voting system guidelines, nicknamed VVSG 2.0, and a perhaps years-long implementation period will follow. Those guidelines emphasize the value of risk-limiting audits that help verify election results, […]
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Our thanks to BSides Calgary and Conference Speakers for publishing their outstanding presentations; which originally appeared at the group’s BSides Calgary 2020 Conference, and on the Organization’s YouTube Channel. Enjoy!
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Stephen Borowy reports that Covenant HealthCare has been notifying an undisclosed number of patients about a data breach that occurred last May 4 when threat actor(s) accessed two employee email accounts. According to a forensics investigation and docu… Continue reading MI: Covenant HealthCare reports data breach through employee emails
When Amazon made a unilateral decision in early February to stop accepting documentaries and short films via Prime Video Direct (a policy that also covers “slide shows, vlogs, podcasts, tutorials, filmed conferences, monologues, toy play, music videos,… Continue reading Amazon Prime Video Direct and the Dystopian Decision To Stop Accepting Documentaries
When do you need to use a real-time operating system (RTOS) for an embedded project? What does it bring to the table, and what are the costs? Fortunately there are strict technical definitions, which can also help one figure out …read more