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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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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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5 business sectors that are ransomware targets

5 business sectors that are ransomware targets Length: 2:38 | Nov 25, 2020 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. See the original article here: TechRepublic

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Banks looking to confidential computing for solutions to money laundering, theft, and fraud

Tech companies are offering this emerging technology to help financial institutions secure data while it is being processed. Image: iStockphoto/BrianAJackson Financial institutions and banks are struggling more than ever to mitigate digital theft, fraud, and money laundering activities. Almost all banks are subject to Know Your Customer regulations that are ...

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Ticketmaster: We’re not liable for credit card badness because the hack straddled GDPR day

Ticketmaster is claiming that the ICO’s £1.25m data breach fine clears it of any responsibility for its network being infected by card-skimming malware, according to correspondence seen by The Register. The firm was fined earlier this month after UK data regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office, ruled it had broken data ...

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Google binned two apps by China’s Baidu, which says researchers got it wrong by linking it to personal info leaks

UPDATED Infosec researchers at Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 threat intelligence unit spotted a pair of prominent Chinese apps leaking personal data, and after it informed Google the ad giant dumped the apps from its Play store. The researchers named Chinese web giant Baidu’s Search Box and Maps as the ...

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Linux: How to recover deleted files with testdisk

Linux: How to recover deleted files with testdisk Length: 2:52 | Nov 24, 2020 If you’ve had files deleted by a hacker or you’ve accidentally removed them, Jack Wallen shows you how to recover that missing data with a handy tool called testdisk. See the original article here: TechRepublic

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How to use the Google One VPN on Android

If you’re looking for the best Android VPN, Jack Wallen thinks Google’s take on the service might be the perfect fit for those wanting both performance and security. Image: CNET Did you know that Google had a VPN for Android? It’s called Google One VPN and it’s secure, fast, and ...

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VMware urges sysadmins to apply workarounds after critical Workspace command execution vuln found

VMware has published a series of workarounds for critical command injection vulnerabilities in its Workspace One Access, Access Connector, Identity Manager and Identity Manager Connector products. Details of the vuln, which was found and “privately reported” to Virtzilla, are scant at the moment but it does have a CVE number ...