Vulnerabilities (56)

Ransomware Attacks Surged 131% in 2019: Study

A new report by insurer Beazley finds that ransomware incidents rose 131% last year. So reports Claims Journal.


Cybersecurity Woes Intensify As Coronavirus Impact Worsens

Information security issues related to the novel coronavirus have kept ramping up, as the nation and world continue to fight the COVID-19 outbreak.


Microsoft Confirms Security Flaw That Could Resemble WannaCry

Microsoft has acknowledged a new, unpatched security vulnerability, with potentially serious consequences for Windows users. So reports GeekWire.


Coronavirus Panic Feeds New Cyber Threats

As concerns about the spread of a novel coronavirus have rocked the globe, hackers are taking advantage.


Coronavirus Concerns Dog RSA Conference 2020 Kickoff

As this year’s annual RSA cybersecurity conference got underway last week, a virus loomed large, and it wasn’t the computer-borne variety.


Russia to Blame for 2019 Cyber Attack on Georgia: US, UK, Georgia

The United States, the United Kingdom and the country of Georgia have blamed Russia for a big cyber attack against Georgia that occurred last year. So reports CNN.


Agency Securing Trump’s Communications Hacked

Hackers have stolen Social Security numbers and other data in a breach of an agency under the U.S. Department of Defense. So reports CNET.


Glitch Exposes Data of All 6.5 Million Israeli Voters

A software bug made it possible to view the full names, addresses, identity card numbers and other personal data for all 6.5 million eligible voters in Israel. So reports The New York Times.


Google Gives Security Keys to Presidential Campaigns

Google has announced a new initiative to help the 2020 presidential campaigns secure their information in light of foreign interference in 2016 and fresh threats this time around. So reports Wired.


UK Allows Huawei Gear for 5G, But Security Worries Remain

The UK government’s ruling that China-based telecommunications giant can sell equipment for next-generation 5G mobile networks there, under certain limits, has left open the question of whether the limits will effectively provide the intended security protections. So reports Wired.


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