Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity (141)

Iran Conflict Stokes Fears of Cyber War

Recent military actions between the United States and Iran have raised concerns that the regime in Tehran will launch attacks on American computer systems.

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Iran Conflict Stokes Fears of Cyber War

Recent military actions between the United States and Iran have raised concerns that the regime in Tehran will launch attacks on American computer systems.

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One Arrested in Ransomware Attack Against N.C. Tribe

A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians who was also employed by the North Carolina tribe has been arrested after a ransomware attack that shut down tribal systems, tribal authorities said. So reports The Charlotte Observer.

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Leaky Database Found Holding Records on 1.2 Billion People

Two security researchers have announced their discovery of an unsecured, 4-terabyte database holding information on 1.2 billion people. So reports PC Magazine.

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Congress is Losing Cyber Knowledge to Retirements

A wave of announced departures could undermine Republican cybersecurity expertise in Congress after the 2020 election. So reports The Hill.

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What Quantum Computing’s Rise Means for Cybersecurity Pros

Google’s recent announcement of a breakthrough in quantum computing has renewed focus on the implications that such technology might have for information security.

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Average Cyber Attack Costs Small Firms a Crippling $200,000

Digital security incidents are costing small businesses an average of $200,000, according to insurer Hiscox. So reports CNBC.

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These Cybersecurity Threats Can Take Firms By Surprise

Certain threats, like ransomware or widespread iOS bugs, may dominate the headlines, but unfamiliar USB drives, forgotten app accounts and unnecessary browser extensions are among risk factors that can sneak up on organizations. So reports Wired.

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U.S. Seeks 'Cyber Silver Bullet' on Iran

The U.S. Cyber Command has been looking for a “cyber silver bullet” that would allow it to hit back at Iran for its drone strike on Saudi oil refineries without risking a bigger Iranian counterattack. So reports The New York Times.

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Data Breaches Pose New Challenges En Route to Another Record Year

Businesses are confronting fresh cybersecurity headaches as data breaches head what could be another annual all-time high.

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