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Europol has released its yearly Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA) report, which this year has highlighted a sharp incline in cyber-crime and identified eight cyber-crime trends.
ISC released an update Tuesday for a high-severity security flaw affecting open source software that implements DNS protocols.
For some time women have been underrepresented in technology, but a new programme seeks to change that by connecting women in technology.
Nearly three-quarters of businesses have end-of-support devices operating in their networks, and the consequences could prove dire, a new study found.
Edward Majerczyk on September 27 pleaded guilty in a Chicago court to one count of unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information bringing to a close a case dubbed Celebgate.
Tesla has releases a major firmware update in response to a video posted by a group of Chinese researchers that displayed a series of vulnerabilities the electric car company's vehicles.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) quizzed newly appointed federal CIO Gen. Greg Touhill on why the General Accounting Office's cybersecurity recommendations have not implemented.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is criticizing HP for using a security update to also install a function that when recognizing a non-HP printer cartridge triggers a printer to shut down.
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Independent Security Researcher Troy Hunt spotted a database containing the information of nearly 324,000 Regpack accounts.
On Tuesday, officials announced an attacker using employee credentials may have accessed University of Alaska student information.
SCAN Health Plan is notifying users that remote attackers were able to gain access to the contact sheets system and accessed the personal information of past and current members and some non-plan members.
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