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Stuxnet vulnerability left unfixed 10 years later

A decade after Stuxnet, SafeBreach Labs researchers discovered new zero-day vulnerabilities connected to the threat, which they unveiled at Black Hat USA 2020.


Not just politics: Disinformation campaigns hit enterprises, too

In her Black Hat USA 2020 keynote, Renée DiResta of the Stanford Internet Observatory explains how nation-state hackers have launched 'reputational attacks' against enterprises.


Voting vendor ES&S unveils vulnerability disclosure program

Election Systems & Software, the biggest vendor of U.S. voting equipment, will allow the security researcher community to test its elections equipment for vulnerabilities.


CISA chief: Ransomware could threaten election security

During a Black Hat USA 2020 session, CISA Chief Christopher Krebs said ransomware attacks on city, state and local governments are a major concern for election security.

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