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HP quick to issue updates following keylogger flaw

HP HAS has released updates for their products which removes a keylogger that was accidentally left in place within the driver for the touchpad. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Inquirer Read More »

Impersonation attacks feared more than malware attacks

According to the latest stats from Mimecast’s recent Email Security Risk Assessment (ESRA) Report, many organisations fear impersonation attacks more than malware attacks. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: SC Magazine Read More »

Russian cyber group linked to $10m robbery

MoneyTaker, a Russian-speaking hacking group has reportedly stolen $10m from global banking targets around the world during a two-year span. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IBTimes Read More »

1.4 billion exposed after database of usernames and passwords found on Dark Web

It has been discovered by security researchers that a database containing 1.4 billion user names and passwords is floating on the Dark Web. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IBTimes Read More »

India Tells Troops to Delete Chinese Apps Amidst Hacking Fear

The Indian defence ministry has advised troop stationed on the Chinese border to delete Chinese apps from their phone, amidst hacking fears. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Bleeping Computer Read More »

StrongPity2 Replaces FinFisher

A new spyware, dubbed StrongPity2, has replaced FinFisher, according to ESET researcher Tomas Kafka. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: IBTimes Read More »

GCHQ finds Critical Bugs in Microsoft

GCHQ have discovered 2 critical window’s bugs which could allow hackers to hack PCs running Windows 10. View Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times Read More »

Top Firms not Hiring Enough Women

There is a well known gender crisis in the cybersecurity industry- with men holding 87% of CISO jobs in Fortune 500 companies. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Economic Times Read More »

Perth Airport Hacked

A hacker has managed to break into Perth International Airports computer system and has stolen a significant amount of valuable, sensitive data. View Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times Read More »

Millions of Brit’s Unaware their Details have been Hacked

Millions of British victims are unaware that their personal details have been stolen. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Standard Read More »