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Pro-Palestine hacktivist makes good on threat, posts data on FBI and DHS personnel

Pro-Palestine hacktivist makes good on threat, posts data on FBI and DHS personnel

The hacker responsible for breaching the Department of Justice's web portal has publicly posted stolen data corresponding to roughly 20,000 employees of the FBI and 9,000 from the Department of Homeland Security.

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US tax system hackers try to use stolen SSNs to generate E-file PINs

US tax system hackers try to use stolen SSNs to generate E-file PINs

The US' Internal Revenue Service pinned a recent attempt to infiltrate its systems on malfeasants using a bot and Social Security numbers stolen from other sources.

SC Congress: "flakey kettles and dolls that swear at you"

SC Congress: "flakey kettles and dolls that swear at you"

Ken Munro, managing director of Pen Test Partners, showed the SC Congress just how easy it is to crack a whole range of IoT nonsense

SC Congress: Cooperation and preparation in the face of cyber-criminality.

SC Congress: Cooperation and preparation in the face of cyber-criminality.

Troels Oeting, CISO of Barclays bank, Tim Lansdale, head of payment security at WorldPay and Bob Tarzey, analyst for QuoCirca tell the SC Congress what lies ahead

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Why passwords will never die

Why passwords will never die

Fundamental issues with the nature of security mean that passwords aren't going anywhere for the foreseeable future says Bill Carey who sees their role remaining as part of multi-factor solutions.

Five cyber-security trends to watch

Five cyber-security trends to watch

Dr Adrian Davis shares his top EMEA technology and security trends to watch this year including changing consumer expectations of data use and privacy as its value becomes apparent.

Into the Mind of a RAT operator

Into the Mind of a RAT operator

Both Dyre and Dridex Trojans now use a combination of local redirection and RAT to effectively escape detection by current anti-fraud and security tools, but Uri Rivner says real-time behaviour analysis can still spot the bad guys.

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