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A joint advisory issued by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National Security Agency (NSA) has warned that the BlackMatter ransomware group has targeted "multiple" organizations deemed critical infrastructure, including two organizations in the U.S. food and agriculture sector. The agencies did not name the victims, but Iowa New Cooperative, an Iowa-based farm service provider, was last month hit by a ransomware attack that saw hackers demand a $5.9 million ransom to unlock their systems.
REvil, the notorious Russian-linked ransomware gang responsible for the high-profile cyberattacks on Kaseya, Travelex and JBS earlier this year, has disappeared again after its Tor payment portal and data leak blog were allegedly hijacked. The shutdown comes weeks after the group re-emerged following a months-long hiatus, during which the group went quiet after facing heat from the U.S. government in response to its attack on Kaseya, which resulted in thousands of companies becoming infected with ransomware. News of the shutdown was first claimed in a post on a known criminal forum by a threat actor known to be affiliated with the REvil operation, first discovered by Recorded Future's Dmitry Smilyanets.
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Sinclair Broadcast Group, the parent company of dozens of news stations across the U.S., was hit by ransomware over the weekend.
Netflix’s latest hit "Squid Game" has taken the streaming world by storm. According to Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX), "Squid Game" is the streaming giant's biggest series launch ever. The Korean thriller series outpaced hits such as "Tiger King," "The Queen’s Gambit" and "Bridgerton." SimilarWeb Ltd (NYSE: SMWB) is a digital intelligence and data provider for companies and investors. Similarweb curated data within its Investor Intelligence department that gives insight into Netflix’s web traffic ah
Microsoft's mishap is but one of a long string of examples of AI gone wrong. In 2019, an algorithm sold by the health services company Optum to predict which patients will benefit from extra medical care was found by researchers to badly misjudge the health needs of the sickest Black patients. While many larger companies have assembled teams to tackle the ethical problems arising from the massive troves of data they collect, then used to train their machine learning models, progress on this front has hardly been smooth.
A San Francisco-based startup called Credo AI is emerging from stealth and helping companies manage the regulatory and ethical risks of their artificial intelligence products. Why it matters: The more widespread artificial intelligence becomes, the more important it is to build compliance and ethical standards into AI from the start.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeTo do that, companies will need to bridge the gap between operati
The Recording Academy announced today that its Grammy Awards will be the first major music award production to commit to the use of the contract addendums known as inclusion riders. In a statement released today, the Academy said that the rider is “designed to be a robust tool to ensure equity and inclusion at every […]
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South Africa's two biggest mobile operators, MTN and Vodacom, have joined number three Telkom in a lawsuit to stop the regulator withdrawing temporary frequency spectrum assigned at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak. The temporary spectrum allowed the operators to deliver faster connectivity to customers to meet a surge in data demand as large numbers of people shifted last year to working and studying from home. MTN and Vodacom have also used the temporary frequencies to launch 5G networks.
Cockroach Labs, the makers of CockroachDB, announced a public beta of a new serverless version of its SQL database today, giving developers an easier way to access database resources that scale up and down without having to explicitly define them. Company co-founder and CEO Spencer Kimball says that the goal is to reduce complexity for developers, while providing a granular pricing structure. The key thing with a serverless approach to the database is that it eliminates all of the capacity planning and everything associated with that for developers.
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai opened up Monday during a Wall Street Journal event about two top-of-mind issues — how the company's giant workforce is returning to the office and privacy concerns that have dogged the tech industry. Google, which is owned by Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq:GOOGL) and has more than 36,000 employees in the Bay Area, Pichai said local offices are seeing 20% to 30% occupation rates, according to an account on CNBC of his remarks. In New York City, where Google also has about 12,000 employees, offices are now about half full.
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Sinclair Broadcast Group, the No. 2 owner of local TV stations in the U.S., says its operations were hit by a cyberattack. In an SEC filing, the company disclosed that it had identified a “potential security incident” over the weekend. The company discovered that “certain servers and workstations” in its environment were encrypted with ransomware. […]
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