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Phishing campaign targets remote workers with fake voicemail notifications

Looking for new angles to socially engineer employees working from home under COVID-19 conditions, attackers have devised a new phishing campaign that distributes emails that look as if they were generated by  Private Branch Exchange (PBX), a legacy technology that integrates with employees’ email clients so they can receive their

British Army pulls up its SOC: New regiment to do infosec work even civvies will recognise

That’s Systems Operating Centre to you. Chuffed with that, says Royal Signals brigadier The British Army has raised a new regiment that will take charge of its in-house security operations centre, a move calculated to make cyber defence a more mainstream part of all things armed and camouflaged.… <!–#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html'

OK Windows 10, we get it: You really do not want us to install this unsigned application. But 7 steps borders on ridiculous

Utility creator claims OTT security hoops are harmful to indie devs A developer of a Windows utility has protested that “Microsoft Defender SmartScreen is hurting independent developers” because of the number of warnings and obstacles placed in front of users who download installers that are not signed or sufficiently well