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White House Announces Free Cybersecurity Training

Security Boulevard | Jul 29, 2022

As part of the Cyber Workforce and Education Summit held at the White House last week hosted by Chris Inglis, national cyber director, numerous organizations made pledges to boost training and education offerings.

White House Pushes to Fill 700,000 Cybersecurity Jobs in U.S.

DICE Insights | Jul 29, 2022

Since President Joe Biden entered the White House nearly two years ago, cybersecurity has remained one of the top concerns of his administration, along with responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and addressing economic issues such as inflation.

Hackers Exploit Bots on Discord, Telegram to Steal Users’ Data

VPNoverview | Jul 28, 2022

Cybercriminals have devised ways to exploit bots on Telegram and Discord to spread malware and steal sensitive user data, cybercrime intelligence firm Intel 471 said in a blog post on Tuesday.

Messaging Apps Tapped as Platform for Cybercriminal Activity

Threatpost | Jul 27, 2022

Built-in Telegram and Discord services are fertile ground for storing stolen data, hosting malware and using bots for nefarious purposes.

Criminals Use Malware as Messaging Bots to Steal Data

Infosecurity Magazine | Jul 27, 2022

Criminals are using malicious bots to steal information from victims via the popular Telegram and Discord messaging services, said a report this week.

Telegram and Discord Bots Used to Deliver Info-Stealing Malware

Tech Monitor | Jul 27, 2022

Cybercriminals are using bots deployed in popular messaging apps Discord and Telegram to steal credentials, new research has revealed.

Cybercriminals Use Messaging Apps to Steal Data and Spread Malware

Beta News | Jul 26, 2022

The shift to remote working has boosted the popularity of messaging apps, in particular those like Discord and Telegram which have underlying elements that allow users to create and share programs or other types of content that's used inside the platform.

Cybercriminals Are Using Messaging Apps to Deliver Malware

Security Magazine | Jul 26, 2022

Cybercriminals have started to use messaging apps like Discord and Telegram to spread malware.

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