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Spawn of Demonbot Attacks IoT Devices

Threat researchers have spotted a new kind of cyber-attack that uses a variant of Mirai malware to target a port

#DTXNOW: Communication is the Foundation of a Strong Cybersecurity Culture

Internal culture is a major determinant in how effective organizations’ cybersecurity practices and behaviors, according to a panel discussion at

GitHub Launches Code Scanning Tool to Find Security Vulnerabilities – Available for All Users

GitHub launches a new code scanning tool that helps developers to detect vulnerability before the application reaches production. The tool

Critical Vulnerabilities Found in Remote Access Software

Researchers at an Israeli operational technology (OT) company have discovered multiple critical vulnerabilities in two popular industrial remote access software

New Toolkit Secures US Teleworkers

The Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) has expanded its partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security

Kylie Jenner’s Makeup Company Warns of Data Breach

Kylie Jenner’s makeup company has warned customers that their information may have been compromised in a recently detected security incident

One in Three Not Worried About Cybersecurity Despite Rise in Threats

Around one in three (31%) people in the UK are not actively concerned about cybersecurity, according to a study by

Click & Collect Fraud Up by 55% Following Shift to Online Shopping

Buy online, pick-up in store fraud rose by 55% in the first half of 2020, according to the latest edition

Ransomware: from Entry to Ransom in Under 45 Minutes

Ransomware gangs are performing wide-ranging internet scans to find vulnerable systems and then accelerating attacks to just minutes to capitalize

Joker Malware Targets Android Users to steal SMS Messages and Contact Lists – 17 Apps Removed from Google Play

Joker is one of the most prominent malware families that continuously target the Android devices, it’s main activity is to

How to Identify Who is Using My Information on the Dark Web

Scammers sell and buy personal information on the dark web, a network of websites that uses special software. This hides

Beware of the New Critical Zerologon Vulnerability in The Windows Server

Microsoft Patchs the new critical vulnerability in Zerologon, A feature of Netlogon allows the domain controller to authenticate computers and

Ransomware Attack on Shipping Giant

A ransomware attack has hit the servers of French container shipping giant CMA CGM, leading to the temporary closure of

More Than Two-Thirds of Orgs Plan to Adopt Zero-Trust Architecture

Over two-thirds (67%) of European organizations have adopted or are planning to adopt a zero-trust framework in response to an

Multiple Wireless Router Chipsets Affected by Authentication Bypass Vulnerability

Details of an authentication bypass vulnerability present in multiple wireless router chipsets have been set out in an advisory published

UK Receives 2020 European CYBERSEC Award

The UK’s cybersecurity posture has received the 2020 European CYBERSEC Award. Described as “an appreciation for the efforts taken and