Nation state hackers have been launching phishing attacks against the Biden and Trump presidential campaigns, raising fresh alarm about their cybersecurity preparedness.
Staff Correspondent at CPO Magazine
Byron Mühlberg is a journalist with particular interest in writing on matters relating to technology, business, and economics.
Voicemail Phishing Attacks Threatens 100,000 Inboxes, Leaving Remote Workers Particularly Vulnerable
100,000 inboxes of remote workers have recently fallen victim to voicemail phishing attacks that could successfully bypass secure email gateways and DMARC authentication protocol.
Cyber criminals behind REvil ransomware are auctioning off stolen data to the highest bidder, hinting at changing tactics and possibly the economic impact of COVID-19 on cybersecurity.
More than two dozen open source projects hosted on GitHub repositories had fallen victim to new malware ‘Octopus Scanner’ that allows cyber criminals to gain control over the code.
Data loss is a rising risk for companies during coronavirus due to the hundreds of terabytes of potentially sensitive corporate data being stored in employee homes on USB drives.
In a letter to the European Commission, Bluetooth accessory maker Tile accused Apple of trying to disadvantage their location tracking app by defaulting ‘always allow’ function to ‘off’.
New survey shows how well remote workers are adhering to their company’s security protocols in order to protect confidential information during the pandemic.
U.K. government is starting cyber security reviews on Huawei amid U.S. trade sanctions to measure its potential for espionage using 5G infrastructure as a backdoor.
Public Health England announced that personal identifiable information collected by NHS Test and Trace program to control COVID-19 will be kept for 20 years.
Report shows that not only half of employees are less likely to follow safe data practices while remote working, U.S. workers are also more nonchalant about data security than their U.K. counterparts.