Zoom vulnerability would have allowed hackers to eavesdrop on calls- Comment

It has been reported that security flaws have been found in videoconferencing platform Zoom that would have allowed a potential hacker to join a video meeting uninvited and listen in, potentially accessing any files or information shared during the meeting. While Zoom has Continue reading Zoom vulnerability would have allowed hackers to eavesdrop on calls- Comment

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Thousands of Instagram passwords exposed by social media boosting service- Comment

It has been reported that Social Captain, a Instagram-boosting service, has exposed thousands of Instagram passwords. A website bug allowed anyone access to any Social Captain user’s profile without having to log in — simply plugging in a user’s unique account ID into the Continue reading Thousands of Instagram passwords exposed by social media boosting service- Comment

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Failure is Not an Option: Realize the Potential of Data Science From Swiss Re, AmFam, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield

With 90% of carriers actively investing in new data projects, project failure is not an option. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have become mainstays in the insurance industry, equipping insurance companies with tools that can help them to Continue reading Failure is Not an Option: Realize the Potential of Data Science From Swiss Re, AmFam, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield

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Avast antivirus subsidiary sells highly sensitive web browsing data to many world leading companies- Comment

It has been reported that an antivirus program used by hundreds of millions of people around the world is selling highly sensitive web browsing data to many of the world’s biggest companies, a joint investigation by Motherboard and PCMag has found. The Avast division Continue reading Avast antivirus subsidiary sells highly sensitive web browsing data to many world leading companies- Comment

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UK cyber security legislation ‘crying out for reform’, new report finds

A new report released by the Criminal Law Reform Now Network (CLRNN) – a collaboration between academics, practitioners and other legal experts – finds the Computer Misuse Act 1990 (CMA) is “crying out for reform”. The CMA criminalises individuals who attempt to Continue reading UK cyber security legislation ‘crying out for reform’, new report finds

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Hackers Acting in Turkey’s Interests Believed to Be Behind Recent Cyber Attacks- Comment

It has been reported that sweeping cyberattacks targeting governments and other organisations in Europe and the Middle East are believed to be the work of hackers acting in the interests of the Turkish government, three senior Western security officials said. The hackers have attacked Continue reading Hackers Acting in Turkey’s Interests Believed to Be Behind Recent Cyber Attacks- Comment

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