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Hackers took the Baltimore city government hostage!

Several of the Baltimore city services were halted after a ransomware attack hit city computers. According to the news portal Baltimore Sun, hackers infected...

Cloud security startup Guardicore raises $60 million

Guardicore, a provider of internal data center and cloud security, recently announced that it has raised $60 million in a Series C funding round...

Security, Quality & Agility: Maintaining a balance!

Contributed by Rajesh Laskary Cybersecurity threats are evolving by every passing day and so the level of sophistication with which an attack can be planned,...

Instagram data breach! 49 million users’ sensitive data exposed online

Another data leak in Facebook’s timeline. This time it's the Facebook-owned photo-sharing application Instagram. An unprotected AWS (Amazon Web Services) server containing personal information...

DDoS attacks on the rise in Q1 2019: Kaspersky Lab

A new research from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab revealed that the number of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks increased by 84 percent in...

Identity services startup Auth0 raises $103 million to accelerate growth

Auth0, an Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) startup, recently secured $103 million in a series E financing round led by Sapphire Ventures, bringing its total capital to...

With Greg Clark stepping down, Symantec appoints interim CEO

Cybersecurity company Symantec appointed board member Richard Hill as interim Chief Executive Officer and President after Greg Clark stepped down from the company. The...

Exabeam joins hands with Deakin University to fortify security management

Exabeam, a cybersecurity and security information event management (SIEM) company, recently partnered with the Deakin University in Australia to strengthen its security management and...

OneDrive vs iCloud Data Security: Which One is Better?

Contributed by Devin Smith The use of cloud storage was made a reality when individuals and corporations urgently needed for instant real-time storage. Cloud storage...

Hackers can steal your identity and bank details from a coffee...

Hackers can exploit smart home appliances like coffee machines and TVs to steal people’s sensitive information. According to Vince Steckler, Chief Executive at security...

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