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Russian APT Group Actively Exploiting Flaws, U.S. Agencies Warn

The U.S. federal agency advisory on the active exploits of five flaws comes in tandem with the U.S. government formally attributing the SolarWinds supply-chain attack to Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) actors.

Apt, Solarwinds, Government Agencies, Government

FBI Uses Warrant to Remove Webshells From Compromised Exchange Servers

The FBI issued remote commands to compromised Exchange servers to remove webshells with the authority of a court order.

Government, Microsoft

Biden to Nominate Former NSA Official Easterly to Head CISA

President Biden plans to nominate Jen Easterly, a former Army officer and NSA official, to head the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

Government, Cisa

U.S. Senators Press Ad Exchanges on Data Privacy

Senators pressure eight digital advertising exchanges - including Twitter, Google and AT&T - to disclose who is collecting what specific user data during the real-time bidding process.

Privacy, Government, Government Agencies, Data Privacy

Requiring a VDP for Suppliers Won’t Fix Supply Chain Security

Extending the requirement for vulnerability disclosure policies from federal agencies to their suppliers is not a quick fix for supply chain security issues.

Solarwinds, Government