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Australian Cyber Attack Not So 'Sophisticated,' Pros Say

The Australian government’s claim that the country’s institutions are targets of an advanced, state-sponsored cyber attack is a call to basic cybersecurity preparedness, industry experts say.

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Google Drops 70 Chrome Add-ons Over Spyware Concerns

Google has taken down more than 70 extensions for its Chrome web browser after researchers flagged them for spyware. So reports Reuters.

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Twitter Apologizes for Lapse in Securing Business Client Data

Twitter has emailed its advertisers and other business clients to apologize for a security glitch that may have exposed their data. So reports TechCrunch.

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Data Breaches Head for Another Record Year in 2020

The impact from data breaches is on pace to hit an all-time high once again in 2020, new research finds.

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Cisco Servers Compromised By Hackers Exploiting Known Flaws

Cisco has revealed that hackers compromised six of its servers by taking advantage of known flaws in unpatched software. So reports Ars Technica.

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SAP Owns Up to Security Flaws in Cloud Products

SAP has revealed that a number of its cloud products fell short of statutory or contractual cybersecurity standards. So reports Reuters.

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Hackers Aim at Financial Advisers, Seeing Easy Prey

Financial advisers who don’t aggressively monitor their computer networks are at particular risk from cyber attackers. So reports The Financial Times.

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Small Business Owners’ Loan Data May Have Leaked

Small business owners applying for federal relief help may have had their personal data exposed to other applications. So reports CNBC.

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Apple Admits iPhone, iPad Security Loophole

Apple has confirmed a security flaw affecting the Mail app on its iPhones and iPads, and the company says a fix is on the way. So reports Reuters.

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Why Apple and Google’s Virus Tracking Concerns Privacy Activists

Apple and Google are developing mobile apps to help public health agencies track the spread of the novel coronavirus. But data security and privacy experts said the plan raises a host of potential problems.

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