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White House Urges Switching to Memory-Safe Languages

The Office of the National Cyber Director technical report focuses on reducing memory-safety vulnerabilities in applications and making it harder for malicious actors to exploit them.

Redesigning the Network to Fend Off Living-Off-the-Land Tactics

The growing threat of living-off-the-land tactics requires a rethink of network traffic visibility to prevent these types of attacks.

Privacy Beats Ransomware as Top Insurance Concern

Despite ransomware losses remaining high, privacy violations have quickly risen to second in a list of expected cyber insurance claims costs.

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Apple Beefs Up iMessage With Quantum-Resistant Encryption

The revamped iMessage app uses Apple's new PQ3 post-quantum cryptographic protocol, which its engineers say will make it the most secure messaging app — but Signal's president begs to differ.

Insurers Use Claims Data to Recommend Cybersecurity Technologies

Policy holders using certain technologies — such as managed detection and response (MDR) services, Google Workspace, and email security gateways — gain premium discounts from cyber insurers.

AI-Generated Patches Could Ease Developer, Operations Workload

Using information from a common technique for finding vulnerabilities, Google's Gemini LLM can produce patches for 15% of such bugs. And it's not the only way to help automate bug fixing.

Microsoft Zero Day Used by Lazarus in Rootkit Attack

North Korean state actors Lazarus Group used a Windows AppLocker zero day, along with a new and improved rootkit, in a recent cyberattack, researchers report.

Chinese APT Developing Exploits to Defeat Already Patched Ivanti Users

More bad news for Ivanti customers: soon, even if you've patched, you still might not be safe from relentless attacks from high-level Chinese threat actors.

Ransomware-as-a-Service Spawns Wave of Cyberattacks in Middle East & Africa

Experts advise organizations in the region to refuse to pay ransom demands.

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