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This month’s news shows that the United States is taking cybersecurity seriously, with plans to introduce regulations in critical infrastructure. This month, global telecommunication organizations were breached again and yet more clever cyber espionage techniques were used to steal intellectual property.
Late last year, US President Joe Biden signed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023 into law, allotting $816.7 billion to the Department of Defense.
The cybersecurity landscape is always shifting and with threats and cyber actors becoming more sophisticated, Of all the challenges in today’s landscape, cybersecurity in banking is perhaps the top priority.
2022 was a year of many twists and turns, both on the global stage and within CounterCraft. First and foremost, we’ve intentionally grown the depth and breadth of talent and experience within the company, including forming a six-person executive team.
This month’s news shows that governments and critical infrastructure (such as healthcare and energy utilities) continue to be a high priority target for cyber criminals. We also saw how advanced threat actors take advantage of a product’s new feature vulnerabilities and digital certificates.