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New BTCWare ransomware discovered

A variant of the BTCWare ransomware has been discovered and is targeting victims and appending the .[email-id-id.payday extension to encrypted files. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Bleeping Computer Read More »

Hackers steal top secret Australian Department of Defence Data

Top secret information about the Australian Department of Defence has been revealed to have been stolen in 2016.. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times Read More »

Republican phone polling firm hacked

The data of hundreds of thousands of Americans who submitted donations to political campaigns have been exposed after a Republican phone polling firm was hacked. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet Read More »

Phishing campaign targets Netflix

A phishing scam is targeting the users of Netflix with cyber attackers trying to cypher users personal information such as email addresses. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times Read More »

New research reveals worrying complacency in European DDoS mitigation

A new European report released today by CDNetworks, the global content delivery network (CDN) and cloud security provider, has revealed that spending on DDoS mitigation in the UK and DACH has increased sharply over the last twelve months. This has led to widespread confidence amongst IT heads in their DDoS resilience. But despite the greater investment, these same companies also ... Read More »

EMEA Organisations continue to migrate to Office 365, with a security strategy at the forefront

Businesses in EMEA are increasingly turning to the Microsoft Office 365 productivity suite, yet with all the recent cyber attacks, security concerns remain one of the biggest barriers to cloud adoption. This was one of the findings from a global study of more than 1,100 organisations conducted by Barracuda Networks, Inc. (NYSE: CUDA), a leader in Cloud-enabled security and data protection ... Read More »

Top Ways to Stop Hackers Gaining Access to Your Systems via Smart-Home Gadgets

Most people these days are aware of the prevalence of hackers and the fact that they’re continually finding new ways and techniques to get access to information and crash systems. However, lots of consumers don’t realize how much they are actually putting themselves at risk by not securing their smart-home devices. With more and more connected gadgets becoming available and ... Read More »

Nozomi Networks Selected by FireEye for ICS Protocol Depth and Technical Excellence

Nozomi Networks, the pioneer in real-time cybersecurity and operational visibility for industrial control systems (ICS), today announced a new partnership with FireEye to provide next generation ICS security that extends visibility across IT and OT environments. “Adversaries are increasingly targeting critical infrastructure around the world and operators are prioritizing cybersecurity for industrial control systems and other types of operational technology, said FireEye CTO Grady ... Read More »

Cloud giant Accenture left sensitive data left exposed on Servers

Accenture, the cloud and technology giant has admitted it left a massive store of private data across four unsecured cloud servers, potentially exposing passwords and decryption keys. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet Read More »

700,000 Britons affected by Equifax breach

Equifax has revealed that almost 700,000 UK customers have had their data hacked following on from the major cyber-attack. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Guardian Read More »