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260,000 Attorney Discipline Records Posted After Data Breach  

A website has published confidential details about 260,000 attorney discipline cases in California and other jurisdictions, leading the State Bar of California to investigate a data breach. So reports the Los Angeles Times.


Nvidia Investigates Cybersecurity Incident After Reported Outages  

Nvidia has acknowledged that it is looking into a cybersecurity incident following news of interruptions to its email system and developer tools. So reports TechCrunch.


Ukraine Enlists Hacking Help from Volunteer 'IT Army'

Since Russian forces invaded, a Ukrainian “IT Army” of volunteers has been fighting back online. So reports Wired.


Companies Left 'Waiting' Amid Warnings of Russian Cyberattacks  

Multinational companies have found themselves forced to sit tight after weeks of warnings that Russia’s conflict in Ukraine could lead to wider cyberattacks. So reports The Wall Street Journal.


Victims’ Data Affected By Forensic Tester’s Data Breach  

Sexual assault victims’ personal information has been potentially exposed following a data breach at DNA Solutions, a forensic testing company used in the past by the Oklahoma City Police Department. So reports the Oklahoman.


NFT Marketplace OpenSea Warns of Phishing Attack  

OpenSea, a marketplace for NFTs—digital tokens rooted in cryptocurrency technology that soared in popularity last year—has revealed that it is investigating an apparent phishing attack resulting in at least $1.7 million in losses to investors. So reports ThreatPost.


Cybersecurity Worries Trail Beijing Winter Olympics

As 16,000 athletes and others return from the Winter Olympics in Beijing, concerns have remained about malware that could be coming home with those who didn’t follow data-privacy precautions such as using a “burner” phone. So reports the Associated Press.


Zero-click Hacks Proliferate Among Governments Spying on Activists  

Zero-click attacks, which let hackers access a phone or a computer without the user having to click on malicious content, are on the rise. So reports Bloomberg.


521,000 People Affected by Michigan Company’s Data Breach  

Saginaw, Mich.-based Morley Services has begun notifying more than 521,000 employees, former employees and clients that they were impacted by an August data breach. So reports


Cybersecurity Firm Securonix Raises $1B in Funding  

Securonix, which provides security information and event management (SIEM) and extended detection and response (XDR) capabilities, has grabbed more than $1 billion in funding from investment firm Vista Equity Partners. So reports Crunchbase.


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