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  1. No Attribution for Attack, But White House Warns Russia is Running Active Measures
    When it comes to cyber intrusions launched by one nation-state against another, where's the red line? While blame has yet to be cast for a wiper malware attack against Ukrainian government systems, researchers say the infections tie to network intrusions that began last summer.
  2. Loss of Ethereum, Bitcoin, Other Tokens, Since Reimbursed
    Singaporean cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com confirms that its platform fell victim to a multimillion-dollar cyberattack. In a postmortem entry on its site, Crypto.com says unauthorized withdrawals targeted Ethereum and Bitcoin of 483 users. Associated losses were near $34 million.
  3. 'No Major Compromises' in Sector - So Far, Says Agency
    Although there have been no major compromises in the healthcare and public health sector to date involving Apache Log4j flaws, the sector remains highly vulnerable, federal regulators warn.
  4. Attorney General Investigates Alleged Police Use of NSO Group's Pegasus Spyware
    New developments have emerged in the case of the Israel Police allegedly using the flagship spyware of NSO Group, Pegasus, on its own citizens, with reported targets including critics of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, among others. Following a bombshell local report, high-ranking Israeli officials have denied parts of the allegations.
  5. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency requested public comment on a proposed regulation implementing the so-called "Volcker Rule" requirements of section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
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