Lebanon Cedar’s wide-ranging cyberespionage campaign. Lazarus Group said to be behind the social engineering of vulnerability researchers. Solorigate spreads. Social media and the short squeeze.

Lebanon Cedar is quietly back, and running a cyberespionage campaign through vulnerable servers. Social engineering of vulnerability researchers is now attributed to the Lazarus Group. That “SolarWinds” incident is a lot bigger than SolarWinds. Notes on social media and the short squeeze. Verizon’s Chris Novak looks at the changing landscape of ransomware payments. Our guest Professor Brian Gant from Maryville University examines cybersecurity threats of the new U.S. administration. And the GAO thinks the US State Department should use “data and evidence.”

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