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Geopolitics and Cybersecurity Weekly Brief – 12 October 2020

Executive Summary Cyber threat actors are expected to increase their attacks as the 2020 US Presidential Election approaches. In its first HTA annual report, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) disclosed that unknown threat actors targeted the US Census network throughout 2019. The DHS expects state-sponsored attackers from China, Russia, Iran and North Korea […]

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Geopolitics and Cybersecurity Weekly Brief – 28 September 2020

Executive Summary  This week government departments and industry bodies continued to warn about the ZeroLogon vulnerability (CVE-2020-1472). In the US, federal departments were given until 21 September to apply patches. Servers that could not be secured were taken offline and removed from government networks. Three days later, Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) warned attackers were actively leveraging Windows Server ZeroLogon exploits.

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