Campaign targeting more than 200 people also spread disinformation, report says.
2 days ago Separate then Solve: A practical exampleIT Toolbox Blogs View Synopsis+1
Yesterday I wrote Separate then Solve: a model for solving problems to explain how I tackle really knotty problems. People tell me that they like how I manage this kind of challenge - especially in team situations where there are lots of stakeholders. That
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The "ªWannaCry"¬pt extortion notes was most likely written by a Chinese speaking authors, according to linguistic analysis.
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Yesterday I shared Separate then Solve: A practical example in which I showed how to approach knotty problems in team situations "orthogonally" - or in a blind processes, where they don't know where the process is going until the very end.
12 hours ago Houdini Worm Gets Posted to Paste SitesSecurityWeek View Synopsis+1
Recorded Future security researchers recently discovered that the Houdini worm has been posted hundreds of times on paste sites over the past several months.
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