NSO Group’s Pegasus crashes as Apple initiates Dignity and Justice Fund

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NSO Group's Pegasus crashes as Apple initiates Dignity and Justice Fund

The failed sale of NSO Group to L3Harris raises concerns about who will own its surveillance technology, while Apple takes steps to hold surveillance firms accountable. Read more ▶

Image: Breaking down CIS's new software supply chain security guidance

Breaking down CIS's new software supply chain security guidance

The Center for Internet Security offers best practices for securing each phase of the software supply chain.

Cybersecurity is a constant fire drill—that's not just bad, it's dangerous

Security efforts based on heroism and tribal knowledge can't scale. CISOs must address this situation as soon as possible.

Cybercrime escalates as barriers to entry crumble

New report by HP Wolf Security focuses on current and future malicious activity trends in the cybercrime underground.

Image: Ransomware attacks slowing as 2022 wears on

Ransomware attacks slowing as 2022 wears on

A welcome slowdown in the pace of ransomware attacks took place in the second quarter of 2022, as Lockbit rose in prominence and Conti faded.

9 tips to prevent phishing

From rewarding employees for savvy security smarts, to showing them how breaches are relevant to their every-day duties, we've got the phishing prevention tips you need.

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