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Zoom to pay users $85 million in compensation for 'Zoombombing'

The lawsuit claimed that the company violated user privacy by sharing data with third-party platforms and allowing malicious actors to enter and disrupt meetings. The plaintiffs' attorneys said the settlement was fair given the litigation risks 

The U.S. Attorney's Office in the Southern District of New York. Photo: REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

New revelations on SolarWinds intrusion in US

The Justice Department released a list of federal prosecutors' offices throughout the country that were hit by the attack. Concern is focused on those in New York where 80% of the email accounts at all four offices were breached  

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Commentary: Iranian cyberattacks threaten our daily operations

A series of documents, reportedly compiled by an attack group from Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, provide a glimpse into how malicious actors are increasingly targeting industrial and building management systems, writes Rotem Bar, senior ICS/OT division manager at BDO Israel

CEO Almog Apirion (R), Chief Architect Eran Shmuely (C) and CTO Dedi Yarkoni, the founders of Cyolo. Photo courtesy of the company 

Israeli startup Cyolo completes $21 million funding round 

The funding will be used to expand the company's solution, which connects users to their organization's systems in line with the new work dynamic, as well as to double the company's workforce by the end of the year