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Data Breach at California DMV Affects 3,200 Drivers’ Information

Information of thousands of drivers has been exposed in a data breach at the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that went unnoticed for...

Researchers Found New Laser-Based “Light Commands” Attack

Security researchers from the University of Electro-Communications & Michigan discovered a new kind of injection attack that allows an attacker to infuse arbitrary audio...

Australia Spends AU$ 8.5m to Build National Freight Data Hub

The Australian government recently announced that it’s going to spend AU$8.5 million to create a national freight data hub. The government stated the new...

Data Breach Reports Increase in Canada after Privacy Law

The number of reported data breaches in Canada increased by six times after the country implemented a new breach-reporting regulation. The new regulation, the Personal...

5 Cybersecurity Solutions to Steamroll Hackers and Scammers in 2020

By Joshua Blackborne Cyberattacks have become a part of the reality of doing business in today’s digital landscape. Almost every company relies on computers, digital...

51 Percent Organizations Not Ready to Handle a Cyber-Attack: FireEye

Cybersecurity research firm FireEye revealed that nearly 51 percent of organizations don’t believe that they’re capable of handling threats like cyberattacks or data breaches. In...

Phishing is No Longer an Email-Based Threat: Research

Security experts said cybercriminals are customizing their hacking methods to trick consumers. According to the cloud security firm Akamai Technologies, attackers are using enterprise-based...

Facebook to Pay £500,000 Penalty for Cambridge Analytica Scandal

It seems the clash between Facebook and the U.K.'s Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) over the infamous Cambridge Analytica scandal has come to an end. Facebook...

Hackers Plead Guilty in Uber’s 2016 Data Breach

Two hackers, Glover and Mereacre, have pleaded guilty for their extortion scheme to steal sensitive information of 57 million Uber’s passengers and drivers. According to...

Facebook sues NSO Group for violating Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Facebook has sued the Israel-based cyber intelligence company NSO Group for violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. According to the lawsuit filed in...

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