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todayMarch 5, 2020

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Cathay Pacific hit with £500,000 fine for customer data breach

Why only one in three organizations are GDPR compliant — and the risks they’re facing as a result ZDNet’s Danny Palmer tells Karen Roby that over a year after coming into force, these three things are still causing trouble for organizations. Read more: https://zd.net/2nxbLDO International airline Cathay Pacific has been ...

todayFebruary 21, 2020

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Data breach hits agency overseeing White House communications

Image copyright Getty Images The US agency in control of safe communication for the White House has been the sufferer of a cyber-attack. The US Department of Defence confirmed that pc programs managed by the Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) had been hacked, exposing the private knowledge of about 200,000 ...

todayFebruary 15, 2020

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500 Google Chrome extensions found to be spreading malware

These extensions were already stealing from millions of Chrome users. Recently, it has been found out that over 500 Google Chrome extensions were collecting user data and using it for malicious purposes. Investigated by an independent security researcher named Jamila Kaya and Duo Security; they initially discovered 71 such extensions ...

todayFebruary 15, 2020

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Campbell County Health Center Ransomware Attack

Wyoming’s Campbell County Health center continues to recover from a September ransomware attack considered to be one of the most serious ransomware incidents in the U.S. It put patients’ lives at risk and halted new admissions, forcing personnel to send patients to other hospitals. While operations at Campbell County Health ...

todayFebruary 8, 2020

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Your company was just hit with ransomware. What next?

Your company was just hit with ransomware. What next? Hypothetically speaking, you open your laptop and there it is, a ransom note telling you that all your company’s data has been compromised. Your emails, accounting information, customer data, everything is compromised. The message tells you that there is one way ...

todayJanuary 22, 2020

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FTCODE ransomware is now armed with browser, email password stealing features

Company laid off 300 employees before Christmas due to ransomware attack Arkansas-based telemarketing firm tells staff to seek new employment after suspending all operations right before the holidays. FTCODE ransomware is back with a fresh set of information-stealing capabilities targeting browsers and email services.  First spotted back in 2013 by ...