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Title and Source Date
Don’t Blame The Nerds: Explaining The Colonial Pipeline Hack And What To Do Next Forbes
Dr. Chris Bronk
May 12, 2021
Busan in the Morning
Special Interview: "Darkside and Cybersecurity Issues" - Interviewee: Dr. Chris Bronk (Associate Professor in MS-Cybersecurity Program in the University of Houston)
U.S. Pipeline Ransomware Attackers Go Dark After Servers and Bitcoin Are Seized May 17, 2021
Ransomware Gangs Are Now Leaking Stolen Data More Often May 2021
Phishing, ransomware, web app attacks dominate data breaches in 2021, says Verizon Business DBIR May 2021
Ransomware Task Force releases long-awaited recommendations Report: https://securityandtechnology.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/IST-Ransomware-Task-Force-Report.pdf April 2021
NSA Speaker Rob Joyce Offers Cybersecurity Insights
InCyberDefense
08/17/2018
Update Your iPhones And Androids Now If You Don't Want Your Bluetooth Hacked
Forbes
07/24/2018
The Worst Cybersecurity Breaches of 2018 So Far
Wired
07/09/2018
What is GDPR And Why Should You Care?
Wired
05/24/2018
A One-Minute Attack Let Hackers Spoof Hotel Master Keys
Wired
04/25/2018
In Plain Sight: Why Military Veterans Are a Great Fit for Cybersecurity Careers
SecurityIntelligence
04/05/2018
Beware ad slingers thinly disguised as security apps
We Live Security
04/05/2018
Cyberattack Shows Vulnerability of Gas Pipeline Network
NY Times
04/04/2018
Equifax breach a nightmare that should serve as wake-up call for feds
The Hill
09/12/2017
DarkHotel hackers are going after political targets instead of CEOs with new Inexsmar malware
International Business Times
07/21/2017
New bill would push for cybersecurity improvements at 911 call centers
StateScoop
03/06/2017