Category: News

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Twitter passwords obtained by Russian hacker

In light of the news that the Russian seller, who goes by the name of Tessa88, claimed in an encrypted chat to have obtained Twitter’s database. This includes email addresses, usernames and plain-text passwords. Tod...

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FBI planning to categorize people by their tattoos

Recently the EFF has been filing public records requests around the United States in an attempt to reveal how law enforcement agencies are using mobile bio-metric technology to identify people based on their physical and behavioral...

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Where does responsibility for cyber attacks lie

Recently VMware released a statement detailing their views on where responsibility lies, for cyber attacks, inside of a company. This new research launched by VMware shows that more responsibility for cyber attacks is being...

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Four ways your company can respond to cyber threats

Recently NTT Com Security, a global information security and risk management organisation, released a report detailing their findings on the amount of unprepared businesses and organisations in regards to cyber security incidents. Alongside this...

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Is your business prepared for the next cyber breach?

NTT Com Security is today announcing findings from its Global Threat intelligence Report (GTIR) on businesses being unprepared for cyber security incidents. There report depicts: Pulling information from 24 security operations centres, seven R&D...

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Highlights from the Google data breach

In light of the news that Google suffered a data breach via a third party benefits provider, Barry Scott, CTO EMEA at Centrify, commented: “Whilst the Google breach resulted from an email error, it...

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Malware found in over 300 Wendy’s stores

In light of recent news Wendy’s announced that malicious software affected POS devices in around 300 of the company’s 5,500 franchised stores, about 5% of all company restaurants. Tod Beardsley, Security Research Manager at Rapid7,...