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Where Will Cyber Criminals Focus Their Attacks in 2021?

As COVID-19 vaccine rollout begins, hackers will continue to exploit the coronavirus pandemic in the year ahead, according to consumer credit reporting company Experian.


U.S. Tops World with More Than 6 Billion Data Breaches Since 2013

The United States has an unfortunate distinction: It is No. 1 in the world for data breaches over the past seven years, with more than six billion cases. So reports


Holiday Season Brings New Round of Cyber Threats

With more shopping continuing to shift online, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, cyber criminals will be looking to fill their stockings this holiday season, experts predict.


What Forrester Predicts for Cybersecurity and Privacy in 2021

Research and advisory firm Forrester has unveiled its annual report predicting technology trends for the year ahead, and its forecast calls for big developments in cybersecurity and data privacy.


U.S. Cyber Command Works to Disrupt Trickbot Botnet

The U.S. military arm responsible for cyber operations has launched an effort to interfere with the Trickbot botnet, reputed as the world’s largest network of hijacked computers. So reports The Washington Post.


Vote Security ‘Has Never Been Higher’: Cyber Agency

The heads of federal organizations, including the FBI, National Security Agency and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, have reiterated their faith in the U.S. election process. So reports USA Today.


Feds’ Warnings on Ransomware Payouts Draw Mixed Reviews

While some cybersecurity industry observers have welcomed new warnings from federal authorities that paying up in cases of ransomware attacks could lead to civil penalties, others have criticized the messages as counterproductive.


Cyber Risks of TikTok, WeChat Differ Widely: Experts

As American politicians scrutinize TikTok and WeChat, two widely used social media apps with Chinese parent companies, cybersecurity professionals say the pair diverges when it comes to potential threats.


Intel Probes How Proprietary Data Surfaced Online

Intel is looking into how 20 gigabytes of confidential information and code ended up on public BitTorrent feeds. So reports Wired.


Amazon Fixes Alexa Flaw That Exposed Voice History

Amazon has resolved a bug in its Alexa smart home devices that potentially allowed unauthorized access to users’ conversation history and other personal data. So reports the BBC.


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