Japan calls out China for cyberespionage. Colonial Pipeline restores service. Wither the DarkSide? Conti hits Irish health organizations, and Avaddon strikes AXA.

CyberWire Daily

By CyberWire, Inc.

Japan calls out China for cyberespionage. Colonial Pipeline restores service. Wither the DarkSide? Conti hits Irish health organizations, and Avaddon strikes AXA.

Monday, 17 May

Japan calls out China for cyberespionage. Colonial Pipeline restores service, as organizations look to their own vulnerability to ransomware. The DarkSide gang may have said it’s going out of business, but it’s at least as likely, probably likelier, that they’re either rebranding or absconding. Two other gangs are in business: Conti is hitting Irish health organizations, and Avaddon says it compromised insurer AXA. (AXE-uh) Rick Howard looks at new responsibilities for CISOs. Our guest is Samantha Madrid of Juniper Networks on establishing automation and security integrations seamlessly. And a spy gets fifteen years in a US prison. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news brief: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/94
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