Cyber criminals have used a little known ransomware, Sekhmet, to attack SilPac, a gas handling solutions company based in Santa Clara, California, with indications that the attackers retained their access to the company's systems after the initial encryption was completed.
Three politicians from the US Republican Party have introduced a bill in the Senate that would make it mandatory for technology companies to help break encryption if it would aid law enforcement in enforcing a warrant.
A seasoned infosec professional has poured cold water on claims that the number of cyber attacks has increased markedly during the coronavirus pandemic, saying that only the theme of the attacks had changed while all else remained the same.
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