Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity (84)

Typical Phishing Attack Lasts 21 Hours: Researchers

The average phishing campaign takes 21 hours from the first to last victim, security researchers from Google, PayPal, Samsung, and Arizona State University have found. So reports ZDNet.

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3 Arrested as Twitter Blames 'Phone Spear Phishing' in Breach

More details are beginning to emerge in the recent hacking of high-profile Twitter accounts to spread a cryptocurrency scam. However, big questions still remain.

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E-mobility Sector is Cybersecurity’s 'Wild West,' Experts Say

The proliferation of e-mobility products, such as electric vehicles, e-scooters and charging points, has created an emerging set of cybersecurity vulnerabilities. So reports The Financial Times.

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Cybersecurity Spending Growth Will Slow This Year: Gartner

Despite the new cybersecurity risks posed by the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 will have a negative impact on cybersecurity spending overall, at least for 2020. That’s according to the latest forecast from research firm Gartner.

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CIA Report Faults 'Woefully Lax' Cybersecurity in 2017 Breach

A newly released internal CIA report investigating a 2017 data breach slammed the organization’s cybersecurity as “woefully lax.” So reports Reuters.

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Honda Production Hobbled By Suspected Ransomware

Honda has experienced a cyber attack that disrupted factories and plants around the world. So reports TechCrunch.

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Cybersecurity Debate Flares in George Floyd Protests

The wave of protests over the killing of George Floyd have led to some disputed claims involving cybersecurity.

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State Unemployment Programs Battle Cybersecurity Woes

State unemployment insurance programs have become a target for hackers, and a potential source of data breaches, as the COVID-19 crisis drags on.

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How COVID-19 Threatens 2020 Presidential Election Security

The coronavirus pandemic has made securing the integrity of this year’s presidential election that much harder. The COVID-19 crisis risks compromising the safety of voters and the legitimacy of the results. That’s according to more than a dozen state officials, former federal officials, voting rights activists and legal scholars interviewed by CNN.

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Ransomware Hits Law Firm to Lady Gaga, LeBron James, Other Stars

A data security researcher has uncovered what is apparently a major data breach as a result of a ransomware attack against Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks, a law firm whose entertainment and sports clients span from Lady Gaga to LeBron James to the Osbournes. So reports Variety.

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