US SEC has begun probe of cyber breach by SolarWinds - sources
The US Sec urities and Exchange Commission has issued letters of investigation into a 2020 cyber hack involving information technology company ...
BookmarkWASHINGTON: The US Securities and Exchange Commission has issued letters of investigation into a 2020 cyber hack involving information technology company SolarWinds, according to two sources familiar with the agency's investigation.The sources said the agency has issued letters to firms that were impacted by the breach which was identified in December and gave access to thousands of companies and government offices that used its products. They added that the agency is seeking more details into potential insider trading and disclosure failings among other issues.
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US SEC seeks information from SolarWinds clients in cyber breach probeThe U.S. Sec urities and Exchange Commission ( SEC ) has opened a probe into last year's SolarWinds cyber breach over whether some companies failed ... SHHHHHHHHHHH!
Migrant children report overcrowding, spoiled food, depression in US sheltersWASHINGTON: Migrant children sent to emergency shelters within the US reported crowded living conditions, spoiled food, lack of clean clothes and ...
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ByteDance founder donates US$77 million amid China billionaires' charity rushZhang Yiming's move came as Chinese tech billionaires are rushing to make charity gestures, especially in education, amid China's unprecedented ... Cultural Revolution or gangster protection money
US directs millions of Covid-19 shots to Asia, Latin America, AfricaWASHINGTON — The White House laid out a plan on Monday (June 21) to share 55 million United States Covid-19 vaccine doses globally, with roughly 75 per cent of the doses allocated to Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and Africa through the Covax international vaccine-sharing program. Great news!🙏 Only when the majority of world gets vaccinated, can we move on from this period. Let’s hope these vaccines work to protect us from any further mutations. Stay Healthy!❤️