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Teens prove IoT device vulnerabilities by hacking them
After two teens managed to hack hundreds of thousands of printers around the world, KYOCERA Document Solutions has some tips for businesses.
NASA got hacked (again)
The compromised servers stored personally identifiable information (PII) belonging to current and former NASA employees.
Surprise - the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games were hacked
Games organisers have reportedly admitted that its servers had been attacked, forcing them to shut down the official website.
Mega breach: 800,000 Swisscom customers’ data stolen via hacked partner
Experts say while Swisscom may be playing the huge breach down, the implications of the breach will be far and wide.
How to keep your company safe from complex cyber threats
An advanced persistent threat is a set of stealthy and continuous computer hacking processes, designed to be evolving, polymorphic and dynamic...
Carbon Black and IBM Security tighten partnership with rapid response tool
An expanded partnership between Carbon Black and IBM Security aim to provide increased cyberattack visibility and accelerated incident response times.
Yahoo's 2013 data breach hit all three billion user accounts
Yahoo’s entire user base of more than three billion people were affected by Yahoo’s colossal data hack in 2013, despite initial reports.
Security firm reveals Asia connections behind the CCleaner hack
The attack was never intended for consumers, but instead went after companies such as NEC, Samsung, Asus, Fujitsu, Singtel, Intel and VMware.
Oh, sweet revenge: White hat hacker floods scammers' phone lines
What happens when you put cold call scammers up against a seasoned programmer? You get sweet revenge, if the case of one security developer.
GovHack 2015 – Innovating with government data
What do Twitter, GroupMeet and Facebook’s Like button all have in common? They all were invented at a hackathon.
How to bork your hard drive with HTML5
In a fascinating glimpse into how bugs are found and exploited (and reported to browser developers) an HTML5 fail is brought to our attention by Michael McKinnon, security advisor at AVG.