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    IPHONE VS. ANDROID: WHATS MORE SECURE? EXPERTS TALK ABOUT MOBILE SECURITY

    Mar 03, 2020

    Experts discarded the myth that iPhones are more secure than Android devices, unless your iPhones is run by the latest iOS 13. They also suggested users to stay away from Samsung phones. Experts were also against the use of biometrics as means to secur...

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    SINGAPORE ANNOUNCES CYBER COMMAND TO DEFEND ON THE CYBERSPACE FRONTIER

    Mar 03, 2020

    Singapore announced SAF's Cyber Command prioritized to against foreign cyber actors. The Singapore government had earlier decided to adopt new data protection measures to boost cybersecurity and tackle next-generation cyber threats. Singapore has been ...

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    CITY OF CARTERSVILLE PAID $380K RANSOM TO RESTORE ACCESS TO FILES

    Mar 03, 2020

    Almost one year after a ransomware attack struck the city of Cartersville, Ga., municipal officials revealed that they paid a ransom of $380,000 to regain access to their files.The news was made known after the local Daily Tribune News filed a Freedom of Information Act request, which disclosed the ...

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    DATA-STEALING RANSOMWARE HITS PARTS MAKER FOR TESLA, BOEING AND LOCKHEED MARTIN

    Mar 02, 2020

    Visser Precision, a parts maker and manufacturing solutions provider for the aerospace, automotive, industrial and manufacturing industries, has reportedly suffered a combination ransomware attack and data breach that has compromised files pertaining to multiple business partners, including Tesla, S...

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    HACKERS CAN USE ULTRASONIC WAVES TO SECRETLY CONTROL VOICE ASSISTANT DEVICES

    Mar 02, 2020

    Researchers have discovered a new means to target voice-controlled devices by propagating ultrasonic waves through solid materials in order to interact with and compromise them using inaudible voice commands without the victims' knowledge.Called "SurfingAttack," the attack leverages th...

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    IMPERVA USES AI TO BLOCK AI-WEAPONISED CYBER THREATS

    Mar 01, 2020

    New technologies increase information technology connectivity and vulnerabilities, but they can also be used to fight against these problems. Imperva is positioning AI to fight against AI. The company conducts data research to identify the pattern of a...

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    FACIAL RECOGNITION BIZ CLEARVIEW AI SUFFERS DATA BREACH

    Feb 27, 2020

    A controversial facial recognition company has just informed its customers of a data breach in which its entire client list was stolen. Clearview AI leapt to fame in January when a New York Times report claimed that the start-up had scraped up to three billion images from social media sites to add t...

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    PRIORITISING POLICIES: HOW BUSINESS CAN AVOID BECOMING CYBER-COMPLACENT

    Feb 27, 2020

    The rapid development of new communication technologies and online tools has led to more of us being more connected, and around the clock. Our lives and businesses are in many ways intertwined, with so many workers and consumers relying on personal or sensitive information to access the services the...

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    AIRBUS CYBERSECURITY TO OFFER A RICHER THREAT INTELLIGENCE WITH THREATQ

    Feb 27, 2020

    With ThreatQ, the company has been enabled to offer a richer threat intelligence service that has more context and is faster. The ThreatQ platform is complementary to an existing MISP solution and allows the customer to build up their own knowledge base adapted with their con...

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    US SECURITY CHIEF ON CYBER THREATS: WE ALONE CANNOT FIX IT

    Feb 27, 2020

    The security-focused RSA Conference has often been used by US government officials to explain policy positions and connect with the industry, and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Christopher Krebs made a similar pitch on Tuesday: collaborate to protect the US from cyb...

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    MILTON SECURITY GROUP AND SYNED PARTNER TO BOOST CYBER WORKFORCE IN CALIFORNIA

    Feb 27, 2020

    Cybersecurity firm Milton Security Group announced a new partnership with SynED to increase employment opportunities in the cybersecurity industry in California. SynED is a non-profit organization that works with educational institutions, training partners, placement agencies, and service providers ...

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    US DOD AND HUAWEI OFFICIALS CROSS SWORDS AT CYBERSECURITY PANEL

    Feb 26, 2020

    The US Department of Defence official, Katie Arrington insisted that it had good reason to remove Huawei products from government use. Huawei USA Chief Security Officer Andy Purdy however said the government was following a policy of "rip and replace." ...

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    GLOBAL CYBERSECURITY LEAGUE FORMED TO FIGHT HOSPITAL RANSOMWARE

    Apr 02, 2020

    A crack team of cybersecurity experts in 65 countries has come together to combat ransomware attacks on hospitals during the coronavirus crisis. Calling themselves the COVID-19 CTI League the community of experts aims to protect the technological infrastructure of front-line medical resources from c...

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    THE CYBERSECURITY 202: CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC UNLEASHES UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER OF ONLINE SCAMS

    Apr 01, 2020

    Coronavirus has inspired an unprecedented number of online scams targeting people and businesses – and researchers say the wave of attacks is just getting started. The massive volume of cybercriminal activity reflects the overwhelming scope of the pandemic, which has upended every aspect of da...

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    CYBER SECURITY DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

    Mar 30, 2020

    With the ongoing spread of coronavirus, government guidance is changing rapidly. In many countries, healthy individuals are being asked for the first time to avoid unnecessary public exposure, for example at large gatherings, on public transport … and in the workplace. As a result, many busin...

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    CYBERSECURITY GAPS MAGNIFIED AS MILLIONS WORK REMOTELY DUE TO COVID-19

    Mar 26, 2020

    As the novel coronavirus escaped the confines of China, organizations learned their tools on hand were not designed or intended to work safely offsite. The new working order has cast a harsh light on the limitations and safeguards of connectivity, required for business to fun...

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    NEW MILUM TROJAN USED AGAINST MID-EASTERN TARGETS

    Mar 26, 2020

    Kaspersky has uncovered an highly targeted attack striking a single country using a trojan written in C++ that has not been spotted before. Dubbed Milum, the trojan shows no code similarities with known campaigns reported Kaspersky’s Threat Attribution Engine and only three instances of it hav...

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    FBI CRACKDOWN ON RUSSIAN CYBERCRIMINAL WEBSITE, ADMIN ARRESTED

    Mar 26, 2020

    This comes after DEER.IO administrator and hacker Kirill Victorovich was taken into custody by the FBI in New York City. DEER.IO was involved in conducting cybercriminal transactions worth millions of dollars A DOJ-filed federal complaint says that stor...

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    INCREASE IN ACCOUNT TAKEOVER ATTACKS ON E-RETAIL AMIDST COVID-19

    Mar 23, 2020

    Masses of global citizens have been retreating to their homes and relying on online services to stock up their domiciles during the coronavirus pandemic, and it could be having an influence on cyberattacks against websites.Researchers at application protection company PerimeterX have reported a two-...

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    FSB CONTRACTOR BREACH EXPOSES SECRET CYBER WEAPONS PROGRAM LEVERAGING IOT VULNERABILITIES

    Mar 23, 2020

    Digital Revolution, a Russian hacking group, has claimed credit for the April 2019 breach of subcontractor ODT (Oday) LLC, which was working with frequent Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs contractor InformInvestGroup CJSC, and published 12 technical documents revealing what the FSB has dubbed th...

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    UNPATCHED WINDOWS ZERO-DAY FLAWS EXPLOITED, MICROSOFT SAYS

    Mar 23, 2020

    Attackers are exploiting unpatched Windows zero day flaws, Microsoft said in a Monday security advisory. The company said “limited targeted attacks” could leverage two unpatched remote code executive (RCE) vulnerabilities in Windows “when the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library impr...

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    BEAZLEY’S BREACH BRIEFING 2020 BRINGS EXPERT INSIGHTS ON CYBERSECURITY

    Mar 23, 2020

    The latest Breach Briefing provides detailed information on the most common forms of attack alongside expert cyber security advice for organizations.The number of ransomware attack notifications against clients increased by 131% compared to 2018.The Beazley Breach Briefing also sights that the cyber...

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    THE CYBERSECURITY IMPLICATIONS OF WORKING REMOTELY

    Mar 20, 2020

    The global spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has had a notable impact on workplaces worldwide, and many organizations are encouraging employees to work from home. What are the cybersecurity implications of this shift?Having a sizable amount of employees suddenly working remotely can be a major chan...

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    SHOULD FACIAL RECOGNITION BE USED TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUALS WITH CORONAVIRUS?

    Mar 20, 2020

    Facial recognition companies are seeing opportunity in their services with the Coronavirus in identifying individuals without the risk of close contact, according to OneZero. DERMALOG, a biometrics company that makes fingerprint, iris, and facial recognition hardware, has adapted its technology to d...

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