Feds Finally Fess Up to Russia's Role in SolarWinds and More Infosec Developments You Should Know Today
Trump bans dealings with eight Chinese apps, Google's afraid to update its iOS apps, Italian mobile operator to replace up to 2.5M SIM cards following a breach, Attacks against healthcare apps soar
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The Director of National Intelligence's office, along with the FBI, the National Security Agency, and DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, admitted after a delay of almost one month that Russia was “likely” behind the SolarWinds hack.
According to people briefed on the material, there is no evidence that China could have been involved in the devastating supply chain hack, despite Donald Trump's misdirection. (David E. Sanger and Julian E. Barnes / New York Times)
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