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Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities: NSA, Microsoft Discover 4 New Issues

Newly discovered Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities: Microsoft and the NSA (National Security Agency) urge customers to patch email systems.

U.S. Cybersecurity: Should Government Split NSA and Cyber Command Leadership?

Trump administration considers separating leadership of the National Security Agency (NSA) from the U.S. Cyber Command (USCyberCom). Here’s why.

Russian Hackers Target VMware Vulnerability, NSA Warns

Russian hackers target VMware Access and Identity Manager vulnerability, U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) security advisory warns.

NSA, FBI Warn: Russian Drovorub Malware Targets Linux Systems

Russian hackers aim Drovorub malware at federal Linux-based defense systems in a wide-scale cyber espionage operation, the NSA & FBI warn.

NSA Warning Tells DoD Employees: Turn Off Mobile Geolocation Data

The National Security Agency (NSA) offers 10 tips to mitigation geolocation tracking and related exposures on mobile devices & smartphones.

NSA Sandworm Hacking Advisory Unlikely to Stall Russian Crew

National Security Agency (NSA) cybersecurity warning alleges Russian government-backed hacking group has been attacking vulnerable email servers for nearly a year.

NSA: Here’s How to Mitigate Cloud Vulnerabilities

National Security Agency (NSA) guide helps guard against cloud misconfigurations, poor access controls & share tenancy & supply chain vulnerabilities.

Windows Security Flaw: NSA Discovers Vulnerability, Microsoft Patches It

The National Security Agency (NSA) discovers dangerous Microsoft Windows vulnerability. MSSPs should apply this Microsoft patch for NSA-discovered vulnerability.

Pensacola Ransomware Attack Update: Cybercriminals Release Data

Cybercriminals have released 2 GB of files allegedly stolen from the City of Pensacola, Florida during a Maze ransomware attack earlier this month.

Pensacola Cyberattack: Florida City Disconnects Network

Pensacola ransomware attack knocks out Florida city’s phones, email & some e-commerce services. Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson discusses the cyberattack.