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TWINN Security News May 24, 2021
by Niles Nerd

Your weekly top 5 technical and security issues Nerds should pay attention to:

Cyber insurance premiums rise as ransomware, hacks continue, GAO finds. Still haven’t reached peak cyber insecurity, apparently.

Ransomware strikes AXA shortly after insurer announces it will stop covering extortion fees. The two events are not necessarily linked, but wow.

Senators roll out bipartisan data privacy bill. The US is positively moving in the same direction as the EU and Canada already have wrt data privacy legislation and breach notification.

FBI Issues ‘Conti’ Ransomware Alert as High-impact Global Attacks Persist against Health Care and Critical Infrastructure

Hear ye, DarkSide! This honorable ransomware court is now in session. I can see this being a DarknetDiaries story by Jack Rhysider when the truth eventually becomes clear on what happened.

Did you know? 

Internet Explorer is officially dead. Good riddance.

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