10 billion records exposed in unsecured databases, study says

The databases contain personal information that could be used for phishing attacks and identity theft schemes…

Thunderspy attacks: What they are, who’s at greatest risk and how to stay safe

All you need to know about preventing adversaries from exploiting the recently disclosed vulnerabilities in the…

FBI warns of disruptive DDoS amplification assaults

The Bureau expects cybercriminals to more and more abuse new risk vectors for large-scale DDoS assaults…

Nearly 4,000 databases now wiped in ‘Meow’ assaults

The attackers and their motivations stay unknown; nonetheless, the incidents but once more spotlight the dangers…

Cell safety threats amid COVID‑19 and past: A Q&A with Lukas Stefanko

ESET malware researcher Lukas Stefanko provides us a peek behind the scenes of his evaluation of…

Google adds security enhancements to Gmail, Meet and Chat

The tech giant introduces its own version of verified accounts in Gmail, rolls out increased moderation…

Premier League group narrowly avoids dropping £1 million to scammers

In one other incident, ransomware attackers nearly compelled the cancellation of a match, a report reveals…

Data breach reports down by one‑third in first half of 2020

The Identity Theft Resource Center doesn’t expect the trend to last, however While cybercriminals have been…

Privateness watchdogs urge elevated videoconferencing companies privateness

The highlights open letter 5 rules of safety and privateness that require better consideration videoconferencing companies.…

Argentine telecom firm hit by main ransomware assault

Telecom Argentina says it has contained the assault and regained entry to its programs with out…

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