Monthly Archives: May 2018

At least 90,000 Canadian bank customers may have been affected by two data breach

On Monday, Two Canada’s five largest banks, the Bank of Montreal (BMO) and Simplii Financial, informed their customers…

GDPR and Beyond: Prepare to Lead Through The Complex Future of Privacy Regulation

As of May 25th, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became the law of the…

The Cobalt Hacking crew is still active even after the arrest of its leader

Group-IB has released a new report on Cobalt group’s attacks against banks and financial sector organizations worldwide after the…

Coca-Cola data breach has affected about 8,000 workers

Coca-Cola discovered a security breach in September when law enforcement officials notified it that a former employee at a…

Justice Department announces actions to disrupt the VPNFilter botnet

The Justice Department announced an effort to disrupt the VPNFilter botnet of hundreds of thousands of infected…

Tech giants are all working on new Spectre and Meltdown attacks, so-called variant 3 and variant 4

Yesterday AMD, ARM, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and other major tech firms released updates, mitigations and published security advisories for…

Chinese researchers from Tencent discovered exploitable flaws in several BMW models

A team of security researchers from Chinese firm Tencent has discovered 14 security vulnerabilities in several BMW…

Exclusive Interview: The Future of Cybersecurity with Dr. David G. DeWalt

UNDERSTANDING THE FUTURE OF CYBERSECURITY When you finish reading this article, and I recommend you read it…

Misconfigured CalAmp server allowed hacker to take over a lot of vehicles

Security researchers discovered that a misconfigured server operated by the CalAmp company could allow anyone to access account…

Cyber Cities Insecurities: Breaking News: Ranking America’s Most Insecure Metros

Cybersecurity in the City: Ranking America’s Most Insecure Metros is a first-time report issued by Coronet, a…

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