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In early March 2022, authentication security company Okta reported that there had been an attempt to compromise the account of a third-party customer support engineer from Sitel in January, claiming the matter was investigated and contained. 

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Ukraine Conflict Puts Organisations’ Cyber-Resilience to the Test

Julia O’Toole, founder and CEO of MyCena Security Solutions, comments on how historic cyberattacks have given the Russian government critical advantages in the build-up to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. In anticipation of escalating cyberattacks, organisations should take immediate action to secure cyber-resilience.

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NetBlocks, the non-profit internet watchdog, has reported the first telecoms blackout in North-eastern Ukraine, following the ongoing conflict in the country.

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Ukraine Conflict Puts Organisations’ Cyber-Resilience to the Test

Julia O’Toole, founder and CEO of MyCena Security Solutions,urges businesses to bolster their cybersecurity to avoid getting caught in the cyber crossfire of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and FBI Cyber Division have released a joint Cybersecurity Advisory (CSA) warning organisations that Russian state-sponsored cyber actors have gained network access through the exploitation of default multi-factor authentication (MFA) protocols and a known vulnerability

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