Cybereason Joined by Former Members of GCHQ, Foreign Office and Metro Police to Protect the UK General Election from Hackers

Cybereason’s Operation Blackout London Tabletop Simulation explored how territorial police services recognise and handle attempts to disrupt the election in a fictional UK city   Cybereason, creators of the leading Cyber Defense Platform, and former members of the British Government and the Continue reading Cybereason Joined by Former Members of GCHQ, Foreign Office and Metro Police to Protect the UK General Election from Hackers

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Digital forensics firm targets new markets after £1.3m funding round

Cyan Forensics – the Edinburgh-based start-up whose technology helps police investigators to find evidence faster – has secured a further £1.3m from a consortium of investors. The funding, which has come from Triple Point Investment Management, Mercia,  SIS Ventures, the Continue reading Digital forensics firm targets new markets after £1.3m funding round

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Group-IB presents its annual report on global threats to stability in cyberspace at CyberCrimeCon in Singapore

Group-IB, a Singapore-based cybersecurity company that specializes in preventing cyberattacks, has presented its annual “Hi-Tech Crime Trends 2019/2020” report at CyberCrimeCon conference in Singapore. According to Group-IB’s experts, the most frustrating trend of 2019 was the use of cyberweapons in Continue reading Group-IB presents its annual report on global threats to stability in cyberspace at CyberCrimeCon in Singapore

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One of the biggest data centre providers in the US hit by ransomware attack

CyrusOne, one of the biggest data centre providers in the US, has suffered a ransomware attack, ZDNet has learned. CyrusOne is currently working with law enforcement and forensics firms to investigate the attack and is also helping customers restore lost data Continue reading One of the biggest data centre providers in the US hit by ransomware attack

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OpenBSD patches authentication bypass, privilege escalation vulnerabilities- Comment

It has been reported that OpenBSD has patched four vulnerabilities including privilege escalation flaws and a remotely exploitable authentication bypass. Commenting on this, Jonathan Knudsen, senior security strategist at Synopsys, said “Eric Raymond famously said “given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.” What he meant was that Continue reading OpenBSD patches authentication bypass, privilege escalation vulnerabilities- Comment

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