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The Krack on Amazon’s Kindle and Echo

From creepy laughs to spy bugs, Amazon’s Echo devices have been in the limelight for more than a dozen or two reasons, and it...

“Invest in Employee Education rather than buying Protective Software and Hardware”

Bob Diachenko is a Cyber Threat Intelligence Director and journalist at SecurityDiscovery.com, a cybersecurity research blog. Bob has over 12 years’ experience working in...

How Tesla has always vouched for safe and secure cars

By Augustin Kurian Until the late 2000s, electric cars had a reputation for being ugly and slow. This was until a small Silicon Valley startup...

Google Calendar Possibly Revealing Users’ Data: Researcher

Security researchers have issued a warning over how attackers are exploiting Google’s Calendar feature to target users with a credential-stealing attack. Avinash Jain, a security...

Microsoft owned GitHub acquires Semmle

Microsoft-owned GitHub recently announced that it has acquired code analysis provider Semmle in an undisclosed amount. Based in San Francisco, Semmle develops an engineering...

Cyberinc partners with InfiniVAN

Cybersecurity startup Cyberinc recently announced its partnership with InfiniVAN to provide local web isolation cloud solutions in the Philippines. The alliance integrates Cyberinc's Isla...

1,000 percent increase in DNS amplification attacks since 2018

By Augustin Kurian The second quarter of 2019 saw a major swelling of DNS amplification attacks reaching a whopping 1,000 percent spike. The report...

ITC Honors the Winners of Cyber Saber Hackathon 2019

Cyber Saber Hackathon 2019, the popular competition held alongside the 7th #MENAISC2019 conference at Crowne Plaza Riyadh RDC Hotel & Convention, was concluded recently. ITC,...

Ransomware Attack Affects 300,000 Patients in Utah

Protected Health Information of more than 300,000 patients of the physician group named Premier Family Medical at Utah was compromised in a recent ransomware...

‘Get’ App Data Breach affects 50,000 University Students in Australia

Around 50,000 students in Australia who are using Get, an events-scheduling application, may have had their private data exposed online. It’s said the potential...

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