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Weekly Intelligence Trends and Advisory – 12 Sep 2021

Researchers recently discovered a new malware family dubbed PRIVATELOG and its installer, STASHLOG. The malware deploys a novel and interesting technique in the samples used to hide data. The PRIVATELOG and STASHLOG rely on CLFS – a log framework that was introduced by Microsoft in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 R2 for high performance – to hide a second-stage payload in registry transaction files.

Implementing Access Governance in Government: Balancing Scope and Budget

With the increase in security incidents in recent years across government systems, Access Governance has become a more crucial tool in ensuring that the right people have access to the right information at the right time. Governments also have more of these applications in the cloud and allow for more applications to run on mobile devices. This has led to an online environment that increasingly mirrors the private sector in terms of choices and services that exist entirely online. 

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