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US Data Center Provider CyrusOne Suffered Ransomware Attack

American data center provider, CyrusOne, has fallen prey to a ransomware attack. The firm CyrusOne faced the Sodinokibi ransomware attack that caused major disruption to their services. Click here to

Facebook Sues Company For Hijacking Accounts to Run Bad Ads

In a lawsuit filed today, Facebook alleges that a Chinese company used malware to compromise user accounts to run deceptive ads on the social media platform. The end goal of

The rise of continuous crowdsourced security testing for compliance

A large percentage of organizations and institutions are moving toward a rigorous, continuous testing model to ensure compliance, a Synack report reveals. Click here to view original webpage at

UK Retailer Sweaty Betty Hacked to Steal Customer Payment Info

The web site for UK activewear retailer Sweaty Betty has been hacked to insert malicious code that attempts to steal a customer’s payment information when making purchases. Click here to view

What cyber crime will look like in 2020

The age of cyber warfare is upon us, and the threat of cybercrime to businesses continues to multiply by the day. Simply having cloud antivirus is no longer enough. The imperative to

New Google Android Threat: ‘Dangerous’ Hidden Vulnerability Leaves Most Apps Open To Attack

Google Android threats continue to hit users thick and fast. And today is no different: Security researchers have detailed a newly discovered Android vulnerability that they call “StrandHogg,” which allows malware to

141 Cybersecurity Predictions For 2020

Serial cybersecurity entrepreneur Shlomo Kramer said in a 2005 interview that cybersecurity is “a bit like Alice in Wonderland” where you run as fast as you can only to stay

Corporate cyber-security for the 2020s: is it time for your enterprise to begin exploring a zero trust model?

Wondering why you keep hearing about cyber-security breaches every other day and questioning whether your current protection measures are fit for purpose? You’re wise to do so. In 2020 Australia,

Cyber Security Today – Be careful buying connected gifts for others, hackers arrested, and two more data breaches

Be careful buying connected gifts for others, hackers arrested, and two more data breaches. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Monday December 2nd. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity

Hacking robotic vehicles is easier than you might think

Robotic vehicles like Amazon delivery drones or Mars rovers can be hacked more easily than people may think, a research from the University of British Columbia suggests. Click here to view original