[Weekly Security News] Threats of cyberattack and rise of ZTNA
[January 04, 2023]
1. Ukraine: Russian Hackers’ Focus Is Civilian Infrastructure
Russia’s cyberattacks targeted to Ukraine have focused on civilian infrastructure. Ukraine stepped up cyber resilience training for public officials as well as tightening cooperation with allies to build a better collective cyber defense system.
2. Ukraine Successfully Blocked Over 4,500 Cyberattacks in 2022
Ukraine’s domestic intelligence agency revealed earlier this week that it successfully blocked more than 4,500 cyberattacks in 2022. The number of cyberattacks has tripled since 2021.
Source : GovInfoSecurity
3. Zero Trust Is About Priorities and Thinking the Unthinkable
Zero-trust architecture is both elusive and inevitable. Implementing zero trust cybersecurity principles across the full array of technologies, including legacy systems, next generation cellular and open source technology, is necessary but not easy.
Source :AFCEA International
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