Hardware issues, SBOM comes and goes
- “The sector has been struggling for some time. There was a lot of discussion about creating a nomenclature around the hardware,” he told me. “I think it’s a great direction.”
- This is also part of a trend toward “bill of materials” in other areas, such as AI and data, Chinnagangannagari said.
- “It’s very supply chain driven, and that’s a very important aspect,” he told me. “What I miss, and I think is equally important, is tracing HBOMs throughout the life cycle of a product.”
- “Once the chip is in a box, you have to follow it through its life cycle,” he continued. “When you find a box 10 years later, you want to know what’s in it.”
- The document, he said, closely resembles the technological rivalry between the United States and China and aims to help organizations avoid products made there. He emphasized a story on US states and local governments still purchasing Huawei products.
- It could, however, be of some use to the energy sector in particular, Brumley said.
Hackers steal $200 million from crypto firm Mixin
- It remains unclear how the hackers were able to infiltrate Mixin’s system, which “is a decentralized, cross-chain exchange network that allows users to transfer digital assets,” Franceschi-Bicchieral writes.
- Mandianta cyber incident response company owned by Google, assists Mixin in incident response and investigation. Mixin, which did not immediately respond to TechCrunch’s request for comment, said it would later release an unspecified “solution” for handling stolen assets.
- Last weekend’s Mixin hack is the largest ever in the crypto industry in 2023, according to Rekt data. North Korean pirates have been behind a series of hacks targeting cryptocurrency, cybersecurity firms and UN experts say. U.N. experts said cyberattacks helped fund the country’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
UK to launch ‘hunt forward’ operations
Bermuda Prime Minister says ‘sophisticated and deliberate’ cyberattack hampers government services
- But Thursday, Burt said: “Our first indication is that this is coming from an external source, most likely from Russia, and we are working with agencies to ensure we can identify any particular issues and ensure services are restored as quickly as possible.”
- Andaccording to local media, Burt also indicated that other Caribbean countries may also have been targeted.
- Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monacoformer director of CISA Chris Krebs and former State Department cyber coordinator Chris Painter discuss the next generation of cyber threats for a Washington Post Live today at 9 a.m.
- Senior Risk Analyst CISA Christian Lowry makes remarks at Quantum World Congress today at noon.
- The House Oversight and Accountability Committee convenes a subcommittee hearing on fighting ransomware attacks tomorrow at 1 p.m.
- The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence will hold a public hearing on countering China’s influence operations in the United States tomorrow at 2:30 p.m.