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  1. Microsoft banks on new silicon chips built by Intel, others to fend off firmware attacks
  2. Samsung, Google acknowledge flaws in phone-unlocking biometric tools
  3. Thousands of Twitter accounts have been amplifying pro-Turkish propaganda
  4. Microsoft unveils bug bounty program for election software
  5. A malicious Tor browser is helping scammers steal bitcoin, researchers say
  6. Samsung, Google acknowledge flaws in phone-unlocking biometric tools
  7. Cozy Bear kept moving after 2016 election, ESET says
  8. ‘It’s going to be painful’: Pentagon official urges contractors to improve cybersecurity
  9. Lawmakers offer Illinois election work as blueprint to secure 2020
  10. Join the Cyber Elite at CyberTalks on Oct 24
  11. Russian indicted by Mueller for alleged troll-farm activities is released by Belarus
  12. North Korea is using front companies to steal cryptocurrency
  13. Dark web marketplaces aren't the hacker hotbeds they used to be
  14. Binaries and Brews: Jailbreak Security Summit convenes hackers on NSA's doorstep
  15. Scammers are dangling an iOS jailbreak to trick victims into downloading a malicious app
  16. Senator: U.S. companies can't stand up to China without cybersecurity assurances
  17. Why are cyber insurers incentivizing clients to invest in specific vendors?
  18. Cyber Command’s bug bounty program uncovers more than 30 vulnerabilities
  19. Senator: U.S. companies can't stand up to China without cybersecurity assurances
  20. Thoma Bravo to spend $3.8 billion on Sophos in private equity's latest cyber deal
  21. Thoma Bravo spends $3.8 billion on Sophos in private equity's latest cyber deal
  22. 'Kicking out the adversary' is part of new Cybersecurity Directorate's mission, NSA says
  23. Why are cyber insurers incentivizing clients to invest in specific vendors?
  24. Group said to be behind attempted campaign hack has also gone after cybersecurity researchers
  25. Notorious FIN7 crooks have new malicious code up their sleeves
  26. NSO Group's Pegasus spyware detected in attacks against Moroccan journalist, activist
  27. DHS asks Congress for subpoena authority to contact vulnerable asset owners
  28. NSA director rebukes Beijing for 'weaponizing' disinformation in Hong Kong protests
  29. Breach at e-commerce provider gave hackers an entry to Sesame Street
  30. Twitter: We accidentally used security data to target users with ads
  31. Group said to be behind attempted campaign hack has also gone after cybersecurity researchers
  32. How Russian operatives also used Google to influence Americans in 2016
  33. Trump administration looks to throttle Chinese surveillance companies’ business with U.S.
  34. AIG says its cyber insurance plans don't cover criminal acts; wants lawsuit tossed
  35. U.S. agrees to help Baltic states bolster grid cybersecurity
  36. U.S. agrees to help Baltic states bolster grid cybersecurity
  37. U.S. agrees to help Baltic states bolster grid cybersecurity
  38. APT groups are exploiting outdated VPNs to spy on international targets, U.K. and U.S. warn
  39. APT groups are exploiting outdated VPNs to spy on international targets, U.K. and U.S. warn
  40. Microsoft: U.S. presidential campaign, government officials targeted by recent hacking effort
  41. FBI, DHS advise states on potential Russian voter suppression tactics in 2020
  42. UAE, Egypt, Nigeria cited as sources of latest information operations blocked by Facebook
  43. Magecart strikes more than 2 million websites as more groups get involved
  44. An ongoing hacking campaign targets dissidents in Egypt, researchers say
  45. U.S., UK, Australia to ask Facebook to delay message encryption
  46. How Uzbekistan's security service (allegedly) began developing its own malware
  47. VMware CEO: The security industry has 'failed its customers'
  48. Zendesk announces data breach impacting years-old accounts
  49. As health sector grapples with ransomware, a search for better incident data
  50. Chinese-linked hacking group gets crafty to avoid detection
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