Threats Modern laptops vulnerable to cold-boot attacks, finds research

Modern laptops and computers feature a critical-yet-less-known vulnerability that allows anyone with physical access to a computer to reboot the …

Threats Adoption of AI and machine learning tech far exceeds their security credentials

Even though the proportion of organisations deploying AI and machine learning technologies has increased by over 35 percent over the …

Threats Over 8.3 bn credential stuffing attacks took place between May and June

Credential stuffing, a technique used by cyber criminals to perform millions of malicious login attempts on websites using stolen login …

Threats Unsecured cloud database nearly compromised 445 million customer records

Hundreds of millions of customer records stored by a Swiss-based company were exposed to outside access after the company failed …

Threats Impersonation fraud impacted nearly half-a-million UK SMEs since 2017

In December last year, Christine Campbell, who managed one of John Kahlbetzer, an Australian millionaire's accounts, received an e-mail from …

Threats Critical flaw affecting all Android versions patched only for Android Pie OS

A critical vulnerability in the Android operating system that allows malicious entities to locate and track Android devices won't be …

Threats Over 80% IT pros are struggling to protect machine identities

Earlier this year, a report from ResearchAndMarkets.com revealed that the automation-as-a-service market is slated to grow from $1.80 billion last …

Threats Perth and Kinross Council exposes email addresses of over 1,000 landowners

Perth and Kinross Council recently joined the league of local councils in the UK who have, in the recent past, …

Threats Oxford University NHS staffer loses memory card that contained patient data

The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust suffered a major breach of confidential information in March when a member of …

Threats Australia bans Huawei & ZTE from 5G network rollout plans

Some time ago, the U.S. government banned both Huawei and ZTE from participating in the development or testing of 5G …

Threats Only 32% of IT pros in the UK know their web applications infrastructure

An average organisation today uses as many as 765 web applications and even though many of such applications are considered …

Threats Banks must not blame customers for financial scams, says financial ombudsman

Banks need to do more to help customers who have lost valuable money to sophisticated fraud and scams carried out …