Black Friday has kickstarted the pre-Christmas holiday shopping spree, leaving businesses wary of possible online scams and cyber-attacks
Staff of CHU Rouen used pencil and paper and paper to run the daily affairs after ransomware attack bricked 6,000 computers at the hospital
Database belonging to PayMyTab leaks PII on customers who dined at restaurants using the mobile payment system
Twitter account of Arron Banks, chairman of the pro-Brexit UK political campaign organisation Leave.EU, was hacked, his private message history leaked online
Half of Oracle EBS customers have not patched critical payment system vulnerabilities in Oracle E-Business Suite - with a CVSS score of 9.9 out of 10, these these vulnderabilities are very high-risk indeed.
Spam campaign infects systems with the Cyborg ransomware by spoofing email from Microsoft about Windows update
Key US lawmakers call for increased funding of the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Centre and Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Centre
What happens when people receive an actual, legitimate email that accidentally looks like a phishing scam?
Intezer researchers spot Windows variant of ACBackdoor, which is primarily a Linux malware
Researchers discover a bug in Google and Samsung phones that literally spies on its users
Redmond giant Microsoft has joined Google and Mozilla in support of DNS over HTTPS (DoH), promising upcoming integration of DoH into Windows 10: business visibility concerns rise
Brand-new user Disney+ accounts hawked online, days after the service went live
Misconfigured legacy database of game publisher Wizards of the Coast expose information of hundreds of thousands of online gamers
Attackers target an NGINX/php-fpm vulnerability to infect users of the NextCloud file sync and share service with a recently discovered ransomware called NextCry
Security researchers have discovered a new phishing campaign that targets Microsoft Office 365 administrators to compromise domains.
Ohio State University academics discover a design flaw in low-powered Bluetooth devices that leaves them susceptible to hacking
Iranian threat actor APT33 employs more than a dozen secret botnets to infiltrate and spy on the networks of various Middle Eastern, US and Asian organisations
Partnership model overcomes wariness at CSC19 Monaco; SASIG's Martin Smith doubles quota, to 'make 10 new friends': Mark Walmsey, CISO at Freshfields discussing digital transformation.
A new strain of ransomware is being used to encrypt files on production servers in enterprises
Researchers find that the UK Home Office's Brexit Android app lacks basic security, allowing hackers to steal passport information and facial IDs
Graphika chief innovation officer Camille Francois recounts how Russian trolls crept in and disrupted the US electorate views
Security researchers nab oddly behaving ransomware variant that bypasses the victim's C drive, instead targeting the device's other drives
Threat actor has been impersonating governmental agencies in phishing emails designed to infect American, German and Italian organisations with various forms of malware
Security researchers find vulnerabilities in the supposedly impenetrable 'secure world' storage vault in Android phones that could allow access to payment credentials
The nature of resilience was discussed and responsibility and accountability were tackled with a consensus that it rested primarily with the board, but each player had to be accountable for their own role.
The alleged operator of a website that sold payment card numbers stolen from hacked entities faced the courtroom after Israel extradited him
VMware pushes out security updates covering five vulnerabilities that, if exploited, could lead to information disclosure or a denial of service situation
A bug in the latest version of Facebook's iOS app opens iPhone cameras as users peruse their feeds
Attacks against healthcare organisations have risen by nearly two-thirds (60 percent) in the first three quarters of 2019 compared with all of 2018
Google and health care provider Ascension confirm a amassing data of roughly 50 million patients
Microsoft issues updates covering 74 vulnerabilities, 13 of which were critical
Intel platform update covers 77 vulnerabilities, two of which were rated critical
Firewall automation might be in the headlines, but enterprises are struggling to make sense of the opportunity on the ground, potentially leading to increased security risk, according to a new report
The Labour Party digital platforms, which were subjected to a "sophisticated and large-scale cyber-attack" which brought down its main website yesterday suffered a second DDoS attack today.
SC Media's 2018 Women in Security print issue took home first place in Folio Magazine's Eddie & Ozzie Awards for best B2B magazine covering technology/telecom
Since August 2019, no other WordPress-targeting malware has yielded a higher rate of new infections than WP-VCD
Researchers find 49 adware-laced Android apps that were downloaded more than three million times; apps removed from Google Play
Contestants at the Pwn2Own Tokyo 2019 take down an impressive number of high-profile products during the competition's first two days
No single actor has the resources to protect markets from cyber-threats on their own, as a recent global cyber-security resilience test demonstrates
APT34 hacker group behind PowerShell-based malicious code
Bugcrowd's weekly bounty for white-hat hackers crosses £391,000
MegaCortex ransomware changes Windows passwords, threatens to publish stolen data if targets fail to pay
Microsoft confirms ongoing BlueKeep exploit; teams up with security researchers who initially spotted the attack
Amazon's Ring Video Doorbell Pro has been exposing the Wi-Fi network credentials of houses in which they were installed
A hardware vulnerability can have significant impact on software security as most software was designed around assumptions present in the hardware and subsequently compiled for a given hardware platform.
Buran ransomware makers roll it out on well-known dark web forum as ransomware as a service (RaaS) offering
Google announces App Defence Alliance, a collaboration of the search giant and three cyber-security firms to vet apps prior to being placed in the Google Play Store
Zurich Insurance has rolled out new industry-specific endorsements to its cyber-insurance policies to provide coverage for manufacturers
Trend Micro was the target of an insider threat that saw information on 68,000 of its customers being stolen, sold and used to make scam phone calls
In the UK, the current cyber-security workforce estimate is 289,000, with 121,000 in France and 133,000 in Germany. The shortage of skilled professionals across EMEA has grown to 291,000.
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