This week, Ukraine's intelligence service hacked Russian aviation agency, a cyberattack targeted Japan's space agency, Google addressed another zero-day, a French-led operation dismantled a Ukrainian ransomware group, and spyware targeted Serbian civil society.
In this era of extended digital transformation projects and emerging AI technologies, understanding the implications of technological advancement - and the risks that come with innovation - is increasingly critical for enterprise security, according to Sambasivan G, CFO at Tata Play.
This week, Chinese-affiliated hackers targeted the Philippine government; Kansas courts confirmed data theft; officials warned of exploited flaws in Sophos, Oracle and Microsoft software; AutoZone disclosed a Clop ransomware attack; and Optus' CEO resigned after a network outage.
This week, BiBi malware hit Israeli computers, the Clorox CISO stepped down, the FCC proposed a school cybersecurity program, U.K. ICO issued a Black Friday warning, a pro-Palestine APT group unleashed a cyberespionage campaign, the FBI dismantled the IPStorm botnet and VMware disclosed a flaw.
This week, mortgage lender Mr. Cooper recovered from a cyberattack, ChatGPT struggled with distributed denial-of-service attacks, a cybercrime group’s business model was exposed, hackers stole data of loyalty club members of Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, and more.
This week, Canada banned WeChat and Kaspersky apps, REvil members faced trial in a Russian military court, the British Library experienced an IT outage, Iranian state-backed hackers targeted Middle East governments and European officials extended the ban on Meta's behavioral advertising practices.
This week: espionage group exploits a zero-day in Roundcube Webmail, Cloudflare records a surge in HTTP DDoS attacks, ZScaler detects a spike in IoT hacks, the International Criminal Court says its cyber incident was espionage and the Kansas court system still offline.
This week, Citrix's update was insufficient, a Navy IT manager was sentenced to prison for accessing a database, a Moldovan man pleaded not guilty to running a credentials marketplace, new details emerged on health data breaches, and a television advertising giant suffered a ransomware attack.
This week: Google began phasing out passwords, Microsoft to bid VBScript goodbye, payment card information exposed in Air Europa hack, Magecart attack uses sneaky 404 page tactic, U.S. voter registration data stolen from the District of Columbia, and Volex reports a hack attack.
This week, Bitsight found a lot of internet-exposed industrial control systems, Apple issued new patches, Sony confirmed a data breach, Google and Yahoo tackled spam, Qualcomm patched three zero-days, Cisco revealed zero-day exploits in VPN, and the FBI warned of twin attacks.
This week, Johnson Controls suffered a ransomware attack, the Philippine state health insurance program was recovering from ransomware, Air Canada reported a cyberattack, an APT group used the American Red Cross as bait, new malware targeted Bitwarden, and a LATAM cybersecurity conference occurred.
This week, Colombia grappled with the aftermath of a ransomware attack against IFX Networks, Clorox suffered product shortages, a glitch allowed T-Mobile users to access other users' data, California passed restrictions for data brokers and Finland seized a dark web marketplace.
This week, exiled Russian journalist Galina Timchenko's iPhone was found to contain NSO Group's Pegasus spyware, a Russian businessman was sentenced for insider trading, more than 300,000 people were affected by an attack on See Tickets and period-tracking apps raised privacy concerns in the U.K.
This week, the Swedish DPA fined an insurer $3 million for violating GDPR, a DDoS attack disrupted a German financial agency website, Google Fitbit faced privacy complaints from Schrems, Ragnar Locker published hacked hospital data, and Seville, Spain dealt with the aftermath of a ransomware attack.
This week, Japan's cybersecurity agency reportedly was breached, social media companies were urged to ward off data scraping, the NSA said it respects foreign intelligence targets, Polish authorities arrested two for hacking a rail network, and a ransomware gang used GDPR fines as scare tactics.