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Cisco’s New Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Center in Milan to Focus on IoT, Smart Grids and 5G

Cisco recently opened its first Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Center in Europe at the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum in Milan. Click here to view original webpage at www.thefastmode.com

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Check Point report highlights latest cyber-threats worldwide

Check Point Research has published its 2020 Cyber Security Report. The report highlights the main tactics cyber-criminals are using to attack organisations worldwide across all industries and gives cybersecurity professionals

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Android Users Beware: These Top Camera Apps May Secretly Be Spying On You

Here we go again—please don’t install trivial apps from random developers because they seem fun and have tons of downloads on the Play Store. The latest warning has come from

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Crime Cracking Technologies for the Dark Web

Global law enforcement agencies have developed some fascinating ways of busting criminals on the Dark Web. Here are some of the technical highlights. Click here to view original webpage at


10 Cybersecurity Trends in 2020 You Need to Keep an Eye On

Chess is a game of foresight — just like cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is the chessboard where hackers and defenders are looking to checkmate each other. For now, hackers are on the

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PayPal Confirms Password Vulnerability

A security researcher discovered a high-severity bug affecting PayPal’s most visited pages: the login form. According to security researcher Alex Birsan, while exploring PayPal’s main authentication flow, he noticed a javascript

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Microsoft issues patches to critical systems following NSA tipoff

Microsoft has released updates for Microsoft Windows after being tipped off by the US National Security Agency (NSA) that there was a serious flaw in the operating system that is

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Cable Haunt Vulnerability Haunts Cable Modems Using Broadcom Chips

A vulnerability has threatened the online security of millions of cable modem users globally. Dubbed as ‘Cable Haunt’, the vulnerability affects cable modems and allows for remote attackers to take control

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Thoughts on ISM cyber security matters

Current industry concerns may revolve around a number of things with the 2020 fuel situation topping practical concerns while the US/China trade dispute and the latest events in Iran fuelling

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7 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020 from Webroot and Carbonite

Impending privacy regulations, AI-enabled attacks and attacks targeting developing nations will affect the cybersecurity landscape this year. Our experts predict that many of the trends they’ve been tracking throughout the