Cybersecurity (141)

Jack Daniel’s, Carnival Cruise Companies Hit By Ransomware

Jack Daniel’s distiller Brown-Forman and cruise giant Carnival have joined the ranks of companies targeted by apparent or confirmed ransomware attacks. So reports Ars Technica.


Typical Phishing Attack Lasts 21 Hours: Researchers

The average phishing campaign takes 21 hours from the first to last victim, security researchers from Google, PayPal, Samsung, and Arizona State University have found. So reports ZDNet.


3 Arrested as Twitter Blames 'Phone Spear Phishing' in Breach

More details are beginning to emerge in the recent hacking of high-profile Twitter accounts to spread a cryptocurrency scam. However, big questions still remain.


E-mobility Sector is Cybersecurity’s 'Wild West,' Experts Say

The proliferation of e-mobility products, such as electric vehicles, e-scooters and charging points, has created an emerging set of cybersecurity vulnerabilities. So reports The Financial Times.


Cybersecurity Spending Growth Will Slow This Year: Gartner

Despite the new cybersecurity risks posed by the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 will have a negative impact on cybersecurity spending overall, at least for 2020. That’s according to the latest forecast from research firm Gartner.


CIA Report Faults 'Woefully Lax' Cybersecurity in 2017 Breach

A newly released internal CIA report investigating a 2017 data breach slammed the organization’s cybersecurity as “woefully lax.” So reports Reuters.


Honda Production Hobbled By Suspected Ransomware

Honda has experienced a cyber attack that disrupted factories and plants around the world. So reports TechCrunch.


Cybersecurity Debate Flares in George Floyd Protests

The wave of protests over the killing of George Floyd have led to some disputed claims involving cybersecurity.


State Unemployment Programs Battle Cybersecurity Woes

State unemployment insurance programs have become a target for hackers, and a potential source of data breaches, as the COVID-19 crisis drags on.


How COVID-19 Threatens 2020 Presidential Election Security

The coronavirus pandemic has made securing the integrity of this year’s presidential election that much harder. The COVID-19 crisis risks compromising the safety of voters and the legitimacy of the results. That’s according to more than a dozen state officials, former federal officials, voting rights activists and legal scholars interviewed by CNN.


Visit other PMG Sites:

PMG360 is committed to protecting the privacy of the personal data we collect from our subscribers/agents/customers/exhibitors and sponsors. On May 25th, the European's GDPR policy will be enforced. Nothing is changing about your current settings or how your information is processed, however, we have made a few changes. We have updated our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to make it easier for you to understand what information we collect, how and why we collect it.