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  1. Georgia’s largest county is still repairing damage inflicted on its government offices by a cyberattack in January 2024.

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  2. The Air National Guardsman accused of leaking highly classified military documents on social media is expected to plead guilty in his federal case.

    The post Pentagon Leak Suspect Jack Teixeira Expected to Plead Guilty in Federal Case appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  3. Major vulnerabilities were found in cameras manufactured by the Chinese company Eken Group Ltd., which produces video doorbells under the brand names EKEN and Tuck, among others.

    The post Some Doorbell Cameras Sold on Amazon and Other Online Sites Have Major Security Flaws, Report Says appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  4. FBI Director Christopher Wray says advances in generative AI make it easier for election interference and meddling easier than before.

    The post The US is Bracing for Complex, Fast-Moving Threats to Elections This Year, FBI Director Warns appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  5. Noteworthy stories that might have slipped under the radar: Unpatched Google vulnerability exploited, 3D printers hacked by white hats, WhatsApp will get NSO spyware. 

    The post In Other News: Google Flaw Exploited, 3D Printers Hacked, WhatsApp Gets NSO Spyware appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  6. The US has charged an Iranian company’s employee over cyberattacks on State and Treasury Departments and defense contractors.

    The post US Charges Iranian Over Cyberattacks on Government, Defense Organizations appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  7. Restaurant chain Golden Corral says personal information was compromised in an August 2023 data breach.

    The post Golden Corral Data Breach Impacts 180,000 Employees appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  8. Silence Laboratories will invest the new funds in the research and development of privacy-enhancing technologies.

    The post Silence Laboratories Raises $4.1 Million to Protect Sensitive Information appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  9. US government agencies warn of Backmydata, Devos, Eight, Elking, and Faust ransomware attacks connected to Phobos.

    The post Critical Infrastructure Organizations Warned of Phobos Ransomware Attacks appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  10. Credentials stored on Ivanti VPN appliances impacted by recent vulnerabilities are likely compromised, government agencies say.

    The post Governments Urge Organizations to Hunt for Ivanti VPN Attacks appeared first on SecurityWeek.

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