Russian state-sponsored hackers, who used a vulnerability in software from network management firm SolarWinds to break into numerous private and public sector organizations last year, are now targeting international development, humanitarian, and human rights organizations, Microsoft announced in a blog post. The hackers gained access to an email marketing service used by the United States...
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A few months into his job as chief legal officer of Sonos, Eddie Lazarus was ready to wage war. When Lazarus joined the audio hardware company in late 2018, it was facing growing competition from tech giants like Amazon and Google. Both companies were selling cheap speakers capable of multiroom audio playback, a feature Sonos had pioneered on its devices more than a decade earlier. Sonos...
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