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NSA Warns Russian Attackers are Exploiting Old Exim Flaw

The Sandworm team, associated with the Russian GRU, is exploiting a flaw in the Exim mail transfer agent, the NSA warned in a new advisory.

Vulnerability, Government

Lawmakers Ask for Cybersecurity Funding for States

A bipartisan group of Congressional lawmakers are trying to drum up support to include money for states and local governments to modernize their IT infrastructure in the next stimulus package.

Government

CISA Warnings Highlight Myriad Security Threats

Over the past few days, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued several alerts warning about nation-state actors targeting healthcare and medical research organizations, as well as ways organizations should protect their remote workforce.

Government

Supreme Court to Review CFAA For First Time

The US Supreme Court has agreed to review a case related to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) for the first time ever, a move that could have long-term effects on security research.

Government, Cfaa

EFF Says Privacy Loopholes Remain in CCPA

California is expected to begin enforcing its new consumer privacy law starting July 1, but the Electronic Frontier Foundation is concerned about all the loopholes that still remain.

Privacy, Government