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Wipro Wasnt A One-off: Same Hacking Crew Targeted Scores Of Firms, Big And Small – Researchers
26th Jun 2019 [8 hours ago] from The Register
Thanks in large part to a counter-phishing product. Doh! The criminals behind the Wipro phishing attack from earlier this year also targeted Western Union, Expedia, Rackspace and a whole host of other big companies, according to threat...
Stop Us If Youve Heard This One: US Government Staff Wildly Oblivious To Basic Computer, Info Security Safeguards
25th Jun 2019 [19 hours ago] from The Register
Now for deep-diving Congress hearings... LMAO JK JK they will do nothing A US Senate probe has once again outlined the woeful state of computer and information security within Uncle Sams civil service.…
McAfee Sues Ship-jumping Sales Staff Over Trade Secret Theft Allegations
25th Jun 2019 [31 hours ago] from The Register
Complaint claims rival Taniums hires took deal data with them McAfee is suing former senior salespeople whom it alleges stole company trade secrets when they moved to a rival security vendor.…
Open-heart Nerdery: Boffins Suggest Identifying And Logging In People Using ECGs
25th Jun 2019 [33 hours ago] from The Register
Heartbeat rhythms could be the next biometric authentication method Biometric systems could use the unique patterns from a persons ECG reading for biometric sign-ons.…
Please Stop Regulating The Dumb Tubes, Says Internet Society Boss
25th Jun 2019 [37 hours ago] from The Register
Even govt rules have knock-on effects, warns Andrew Sullivan Interview  Andrew Sullivan, chief exec of the Internet Society, has condemned governments that "interfere in underlying technologies that people are allowed to build," as regulators...
What The Cell...? Telcos Around The World Were So Severely Pwned, They Didnt Notice The Hackers Setting Up VPN Points
24th Jun 2019 [42 hours ago] from The Register
Cybereason lifts lid on highly sophisticated long-running espionage campaign targeting phone carriers Hackers infiltrated the networks of more than ten telcos around the world, and remained hidden for years in some cases, as part of a long-running...
Biz Tells Ransomware Victims It Can Decrypt Their Files... By Secretly Paying Off The Crooks And Banking A Fat Margin
24th Jun 2019 [47 hours ago] from The Register
Its all in a lucrative days work for Red Mosquito A Scottish managed services provider is running a lucrative sideline in ransomware decryption – however, a sting operation by a security firm appears to show that “decryption” merely...
Iran Is Doing To Our Networks What It Did To Our Spy Drone, Claims Uncle Sam: Now Theyre Bombing Our Hard Drives
24th Jun 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Tehrans hackers are wiping infected machines as tensions spike, fresh sanctions approved Hackers operating on behalf of the Iranian government have turned destructive, warns the US Department of Homeland Security.…
Cisco Cleans Up Critical Flaws, Florida City Forks Out $600k To Ransomware Scumbags, And More From Infosec Land
24th Jun 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Your quick guide to what else has been happening in computer security lately Roundup  Heres a quick Monday summary of recent infosec news, beyond what weve already reported.…
Driving Xtreme Cuts: DXC Technology Waves Bye Bye To 45% Of Americas Security Divison
24th Jun 2019 [3 days ago] from The Register
50 roles shifted off to India DXC Technology is sending hundreds of security personnel from the Americas division down the redundancy chute and offshoring some of those roles to low-cost centres, insiders are telling us.…
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