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How Biden Plans to Boost Cybersecurity in COVID-19 Relief Plan

President Joe Biden has signaled that upgrading federal technology and shoring up cybersecurity will be top priorities in his White House.

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Cybersecurity Vet Raises $2M for Secretive Startup ZeroWall

Seasoned cybersecurity executive Joan Pepin has brought in $2 million for ZeroWall, a new cybersecurity startup intent on reimagining the thinking of chief information security officers. So reports Geekwire.

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2021 Cybersecurity Predictions: Automation, IoT, and Top Startups

Security technology analysts are starting to bring out their crystal balls for the next year, and they’re already seeing emerging threats from automation and to the Internet of Things (IoT). They’re also picking out cybersecurity startups to watch over the next 12 months.

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Manchester United Cyberattack Illuminates Risk for Sports

The recent disclosure by soccer club Manchester United that it experienced a debilitating cyberattack has shed light on the overlooked threats facing the sports industry. So reports Cyberscoop.

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Holiday Season Brings New Round of Cyber Threats

With more shopping continuing to shift online, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, cyber criminals will be looking to fill their stockings this holiday season, experts predict.

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What Biden’s Victory Means for Cybersecurity

With President-elect Joe Biden securing enough electoral votes to win the White House, cybersecurity policy looks poised for a new phase.

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Data of One Million Exposed in Swedish Insurance Breach

Swedish insurance firm Folksam Group has revealed that it accidentally shared the data of a million clients with big tech companies. So reports Bloomberg.

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Hospitals At 'Imminent' Risk of Cyberattacks, U.S. Warns

Three federal agencies have warned that the U.S. healthcare system faces “an imminent and increased cybercrime threat.” So reports CNN.

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Anthem Settles States’ Cyber Probe for $39.5M

Anthem has said that it will pay $39.5 million to settle a group of state attorney generals’ investigation following a 2015 cyber attack. So reports the Associated Press.

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Watchdog Hits Border Agency Over 2019 Biometric Data Breach

A government watchdog report has faulted U.S. Customs and Border Protection for its cybersecurity practices, finding that the agency “did not adequately safeguard” sensitive data during a 2019 facial recognition technology pilot program.

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