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U.S. Supreme Court allows the FBI to Hack any Computer in the World

In Brief The US Supreme Court has approved amendments to Rule 41, which now gives judges the authority to issue search warrants, not only for computers located in their jurisdiction


CISO Discussion: Secure Code

Most organizations use open-source components to develop applications, but how do you use them safely without bringing additional risk into your organization? The last thing you need to be doing

Vendor News

CyberArk launches cyber security membership

CyberArk, the cyber security specialists, are bringing together enterprise software, IT security and service providers with the launch of a new global technology partner programme, in a move designed to


Global Cloud Security Market | @CloudExpo #DataCenter #Storage #InfoSec

According to a study the rising number of cloud-specific security attacks are likely to propel the demand for cloud security systems to 20 percent CAGR over the next four years.

Identity Theft

Spotify Denies Data Breach – Despite User Data Appearing Online

Spotify has denied it has been hacked, after the credentials of hundreds of users of the streaming service, including emails, usernames and passwords, are understood to have been posted to Pastebin.

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More money doesn’t guarantee success in cyber security race – The Conversation AU

Over the next four years, Australia’s federal government will invest more than A$230 million on cyber security. Put another way, A$57.5 million per annum will be taken from one part


PLATINUM Hackers Hijack Windows Hotpatching to Stay Hidden

The Microsoft’s Windows Defender Advanced Threat Hunting team detected that a cyber espionage group of hackers, known as PLATINUM, has found a way to turn the Windows’s Hotpatching technique (a


Ran$umBin a dark web service dedicated to ransomware

These days Ransomware are quite common and it is widespread and heavily used by cyber criminals as common tools to steal data as well as extort their owners. Few days back


Attackers use open source security tools for targeted cyberespionage

Kaspersky Lab researchers have uncovered a new trend among cyberespionage threat actors: instead of developing customized hacking tools or buying them from third-party suppliers on the criminal underground, they are


Critical, High Severity Flaws Patched in Firefox

Firefox 46 addresses four critical issues, described as memory safety bugs affecting the browser engine. The flaws, discovered by Mozilla developers, can lead to crashes and, in some circumstances, to arbitrary