Week in Review Microsoft phishing warning, CIA conviction, Log4J forever

Here are some of the stories we’re going to be covering TODAY. Please join us live every Friday at 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET by registering for the open discussion on LinkedIn. A massive network outage at Rogers Communications that shut down mobile and internet services across much of Canada on Friday was not a cyberattack, but was instead what Rogers president and CEO Tony Staffieri described as “a network system failure following a maintenance update in our core network, which caused some of our routers to malfunction.” With many businesses, government agencies and parts of the 911 emergency service rendered powerless during the 15-hour outage, experts are calling this a “learning opportunity for threat actors such as Russian state-sponsored hackers, who can now see how vulnerable Canadian industry, financial institutions and health-care systems are to an attack on a telecom provider.”(CBC).

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