Several children saved from live streaming child abuse ring

Eight children have been saved from a life of sexual abuse following the arrest of a group offering live-streamed sexual abuse. The arrests and rescues followed international efforts from Law enforcement authorities in Belgium, Australia and the Philippines. Europol press release – “The Continue reading Several children saved from live streaming child abuse ring

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Hersheypark investigating possible data breach

Hershey Entertainment and Resorts, the company that owns Hersheypark, is investigating a possible data breach that may have exposed guests’ credit card information. Commenting on this, Mark Bower, global director at HP Security Voltage, said: “Resorts and hospitality service providers have Continue reading Hersheypark investigating possible data breach

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Expert comment on the recent cyber attack against LOT, Polish Airline

A cyber attack against the IT network of LOT, the national airline of Poland, left at least 10 flights with over 1,400 passengers grounded over the weekend. Cris Thomas, Strategist of Tenable Network Security, commented on the subject: “Airline flight control computers, Continue reading Expert comment on the recent cyber attack against LOT, Polish Airline

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The Syrian Electronic Army hacks show why it’s important to ensure suppliers apply adequate cyber security

The news earlier this month that Syrian hacktivists from Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hacked and defaced the official website of United States Army shows how important it is to ensure that your third party vendors apply adequate and robust security. In Continue reading The Syrian Electronic Army hacks show why it’s important to ensure suppliers apply adequate cyber security

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“Zombifying” cyber-attack could affect +50 million users

More than 50 million people per month could be at risk of a mass-scale ‘malvertising’ cyber-attack that turns computers into Zombies, according to researchers at Websense. The attack routes through advertising platforms to target popular websites, with researchers noting breaches Continue reading “Zombifying” cyber-attack could affect +50 million users

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Chinese Hackers Circumvent Popular Web Privacy Tools

A new research paper has been released revealing how Chinese hackers have exploited vulnerabilities in the country’s most frequented websites to target individuals accessing web content that state censors have deemed hostile. The research, by Jaime Blasco, Vice President and Chief Continue reading Chinese Hackers Circumvent Popular Web Privacy Tools

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