The first list of 2018 is by no means a short one. See all the data breaches and cyber attacks in January 2018.
ICO, NHS, US Courts and many other government sites hit.
Over 500,000 Windows machines infected with new Monero mining software.
Data protection is more than just protecting data from the unauthorised: it’s about ensuring it’s used for the sole purpose it was collected, and respecting the privacy of those whose data it is.
Hackers have already begun targeting the Pyeongchang Olympic Games with malware-infected e-mail aimed at stealing passwords or financial information.
A new malware masquerading as the infamous Blue Screen of Death tries to swindle victims into paying for tech support tools.
There are tons of subtle parallels between Information Security and the original Star Wars movies.
Malware, disasters and maths! See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
Tech experts sound the alarm over the ExpensiveWall smartphone malware which drains victim’s bank accounts. Are you of the 4 million people infected so far?
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The hacker BestBuy pleaded guilty in court on Friday to hijacking more than 900,000 routers from the network of Deutsche Telekom. The notorious hacker BestBuy, also known as Popopret, pleaded […]