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Security news for December 3 2021: Meta (Facebook) expands it's data protection program

Here is your round-up of the most interesting cybersecurity headlines for the week of December 3, 2021 

Meta expands Facebook protect program to activists, journalists, government officials

Meta announced on Thursday that it is expanding its Facebook Protect service which provides specialized security services for certain Facebook accounts being targeted by hackers to more countries.

‘Epidemic of cybercrime’ underway in midst of pandemic: Security expert

According to the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, there’s been an increase in cyber threats related to the COVID-19 pandemic. A portion of that has been against the country’s front-line healthcare and medical research facilities.

U.S. imposes first cybersecurity rules for rail transit, despite industry pushback

The federal government imposed two cybersecurity mandates on "higher-risk'' railroad and rail transit systems, despite industry efforts to beat back regulations.

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