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Top 5 business sectors targeted by ransomware

Any business is subject to ransomware attacks, but some are more hit more than others. Tom Merritt lists five business sectors that are targeted by ransomware. You may have heard me mention ransomware before. You know, the malware that locks up your systems and asks you to pay money in [...]

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Calls to step up cybersecurity measures for medical devices

Although the approach to securing medical devices has generally been different to protecting infosec and traditional IT, a new report from the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council (HSCC) has said it’s time to tackle both together. Matthew Broomhall, CTO of technology support services for healthcare, said: “Since data ...

today24/01/2019

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Name and shame for poorly secured companies

Academics have urged the UK government to name and shame private companies with poor cybersecurity protocols so as to force them to install more safety measures and be more compliant with data laws, protection and regulation. The advice comes from a recently published report titled “UK Active Cyber Defence: A ...

today17/01/2019

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Insider trading hack bags US$4.1 million

Charges have been pressed against nine traders hailing from Ukraine, Russia and California for allegedly stealing US$4.1 million by hacking the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) corporate database in 2016. The international insider trading scheme, comprising of Ukrainian hacker Oleksandr Ieremenko, six Californian, Ukrainian and Russian traders, and two others, ...

today03/01/2019

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9/11 documents hacked

Insurance companies and lawyers who handled claims relating to the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City have been hacked by “The Dark Overlord” and have had 18,000 documents relating to the matter stolen, according to two individuals close to the case. The FBI, who is investigating the case, ...