Vulnerability in BlackBerry’s QNX RTOS impacts cars and medical equipment

In a statement U.S. drugs regulator and a federal agency said, a cybersecurity vulnerability in a software designed by BlackBerry Ltd could put medical equipment and cars at heightened risks and expose highly sensitive systems to attackers. This warning comes in the wake of BlackBerry disclosing that its QNX Real Time Operating System (QNX RTOS) has…

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Israeli cybersecurity startup Axonius raises $100M in latest funding round, valuing it at $1.2 billion

In a statement cybersecurity startup Axonius said, it has raised $100 million through a private funding round which was led by New York-based growth equity firm Stripes; the funding round valued the startup at $1.2 billion. The funding round, which came less than a year after Axonius’ last raise saw the startup’s total funding touch…

Hackers exploiting SolarWinds products impacting federal, state, local governments: CISA

In a statement U.S. cybersecurity agency, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) stated, that the widespread cyber espionage campaign which was made public earlier this month is affecting state and local governments. The hacking campaign exploits vulnerabilities in U.S. tech company SolarWindss products as a springboard to penetrate federal government networks. In a statement, the…

Microsoft dismantles 90% of trickbot network, which had potential to disrupt 2020 U.S. Presidential elections

In a breaking development, U.S. tech giant Microsoft Corp stated, it had disabled by more than 90%, machines that were used by a gang of Russian-speaking cyber criminals to control a massive network of computers which had the potential to disrupt the 2020 U.S. Presidential election. The development was aided by a series of U.S. court…

Twitter and Facebook dismantle global disinformation networks spreading misleading, false information

In a statement, Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc said, they had taken down more than dozen disinformation networks used by state-backed groups and political entities in multiple countries to deceive users on their platforms. As part of that effort, they had identified and suspended more than 3,500 accounts between them, which used fake identities and…

Cisco ordered to pay $1.9 billion in damages to Centripetal Networks Inc over patent infringements

U.S. networking giant Cisco Systems Inc has been ordered, by a U.S. judge, to pay $1.9 billion to a Virginia-based company which had accused it of infringing on its cybersecurity patents. After a month of a non-jury trial, U.S. District Judge Henry Morgan in Norfolk, Virginia, found Cisco of infringing on four Centripetal Networks Inc’s…