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Episode #184 - Gambling trial suffers cyber attack; Try Google Bard? Not in the EU!; Fluhorse malware targeting users in Eastern Asia; 200 organizations victimized by MOVEit bug
Episode 18413th July 2023 • It's 5:05! Daily cybersecurity and open source briefing • Contributors from Around the World
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From Edwin Kwan in Sydney, Australia: The New South Wales cashless gambling trial suffered a cyber attack. The state's gaming minister said that it would soon announce an oversight panel, which among other focuses, will also be looking into the data security and data privacy of trial participants.

From Olimpiu Pop in Transylvania, Romania: The other week, I decided that ChatGPT is obsolete. I wanted to try Google Bard. Whoops. It doesn't work. According to the site, it's not available in the EU. Does it have something to do with the new European AI Act? 

From Kadi Grigg in Alexandria, Virginia: The Android Malware family now has a new member: Fluhorse, a dangerous android malware that is targeting users in Eastern Asia. 

From Katy Craig in San Diego, California: Brett Callow, a threat analyst at Emsisoft, reports that over 200 organizations have fallen victim to the MOVEit bug exploitation. This led to 33 breach disclosures affecting the personal information of more than seventeen and a half million people. The scale of the breach is staggering. 

From Sourced Network Production in New York City. "It's 5:05". I'm Pokie Huang. Today is Thursday, July 13th. Here's the full story behind today's cyber security and open source headlines...



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