How to determine cyber threat probability?

In cybersecurity, risk should be calculated with probability as a determining factor. If a threat has near zero probability of being applicable, then probability (and thus risk) should be infinitesimal.Risk = (threat x vulnerability) x Impact / Probability (not true risk equation, but for conversation purposes)The problem is…

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These are some of the UAE’s fastest-growing jobs – The National

The fastest-growing jobs in the UAE and Saudi Arabia include data scientist, cyber security specialist, talent acquisition specialist and back-end developer, figures compiled by LinkedIn show, as the job market returns to pre-pandemic levels.Big data, network security and machine learning are some of the fastest-growing skills in the…

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Ukraine might be far away, but a security crisis in Europe can still threaten Aotearoa – RNZ

By Sascha-Dominik (Dov) Bachmann* of Analysis - A geopolitical earthquake could begin within weeks. As a string of bilateral crisis talks predictably falter, further military aggression by Russia against Ukraine seems all too probable. A Ukrainian serviceman is seen in the shelter at the front line position not…

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PIF-owned Elm begins IPO book-building as it seeks to float 24m shares – Arab News

MILAN: Germany’s Lufthansa is set to buy a 40 percent stake in state-owned Alitalia’s successor ITA Airways and a deal could be unveiled next week, Italian daily Il Foglio reported on Saturday. ITA Airways started flying on Oct. 15 with nearly 2,300 employees and a fleet less than…

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Dark Souls 3 exploit could let hackers take control of your entire computer


level 2Edit: scrolling through the related threads, looks like Blue Sentinel 1.3.0 dropped earlier and the code has been obfuscated. Someone in a linked thread said obfuscation “prevents reverse engineering” which should be amended to “hopefully prevents reverse engineering until the real patch drops” :PThat basically means they…

Police minister denies illegal use of NSO spyware, acknowledges public mistrust – The Times of Israel


Public Security Minister Omer Barlev, who oversees the police force, denied on Saturday that law enforcement had broken any laws, amid public outrage over accusations police regularly used spyware to break into Israelis’ phones without oversight. Barlev said investigations into the affair have so far not turned up…