Cybercriminals are carrying out cyber espionage on European defense companies by posing as recruiters working in U.S. defense groups and deploying malware over LinkedIn.
Australian organisations have fallen victim to cyber attacks that are believed to be state-sponsored, raising alarm about the vulnerability of the country’s critical infrastructure.
A major internal security breach involving the copying of a master key has forced South African Post Office Bank to replace 12 million bank cards at a cost of $58 million.
A rampant speculation was circulated on social media claiming that T-Mobile had suffered the biggest DDoS cyber attack in U.S., which turned out to be groundless.
New survey shows many consumers would demand compensation and want to hold CEOs of the businesses directly responsible if ransomware attacks were to affect them.
With the doubling of security vulnerabilities found in popular open source projects between 2018 and 2019, many are concerned on the record being broken again in 2020.
Reported security risks in U.S. online voting system OmniBallot have added to the mounting concern over vote manipulation during 2020 US presidential election.
France’s data protection watchdog CNIL has published a set of guidelines to provide GDPR guidance on web scraping for direct marketing and recommended actions to businesses.