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1.2 million records exposed in dating site hack

Category: Computer Investigations

29 April, 2016

The personal details of around 1.2 million members of an exclusive online dating site are being traded online following a hacking attack last year. The data belongs to Beautiful People, which markets itself as a site reserved only for physically attractive users. The website fell victim to hacki... read more>>

IoT to be major target from hackers in coming years

Category: Computer Investigations

26 April, 2016

Enterprise spending on security systems to protect Internet of Things (IoT) systems from attack by hackers is set for a large boost in the coming years, as attacks on these solutions are expected to increase significantly. According to research from Gartner, by 2020 more than a quarter of identi... read more>>

EU adopts new data protection rules

Category: Computer Investigations

21 April, 2016

The European Parliament has voted to approve long-awaited reforms to data protection regulations across the continent that aim to create a more consistent set of rules throughout the European Union and give citizens more rights over their personal information. The new General Data Protection Reg... read more>>

Millions of servers at risk of ransomware due to outdated software

Category: Computer Investigations

20 April, 2016

Millions of servers around the world may be at risk of falling victim to ransomware because they continue to run outdated software that leaves them exposed to attacks. This is according to threat intelligence group Talos, which claimed it has identified vulnerabilities in the JBoss enterprise se... read more>>

Zero-day vulnerability rate doubles in past year

Category: Computer Investigations

15 April, 2016

The number of zero-day vulnerabilities discovered by security researchers has more than doubled in the last 12 months. This is according to a new report from Symantec, which found the number of such vulnerabilities, which could be used by hackers to gain access to a business' network, increa... read more>>

National Childbirth Trust hit by data breach

Category: Computer Investigations

13 April, 2016

The National Childbirth Trust (NCT), a charity that provides support to new and expectant parents, has fallen victim to a data breach that has seen the personal details of around 15,000 people compromised. In a message to users, the organisation stated that email addresses, usernames and passwor... read more>>

Cyber crime costs Dutch government €10 billion annually

Category: Computer Investigations

8 April, 2016

The Dutch government and private sector are losing €10 billion (£8 billion) a year due to cyber crime problems, a new report from Deloitte has discovered. Areas that are most vulnerable to cyber crime include the public sector, banks, technology companies and the defence and aerospace... read more>>

MoD to get Cyber-Security Operations Centre

Category: Computer Investigations

8 April, 2016

The UK’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to get its own Cyber-Security Operations Centre (CSOC), after an endowment was announced by defence secretary Michael Fallon. A £40 million fund will be used to create the facility, which is in turn part of a larger £1.9 billion of investme... read more>>

External hack blamed for Panama Papers leak

Category: Computer Investigations

7 April, 2016

The huge information dump of millions of files from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca was the result of an external hacking attack on the organisation, one of its founders has said. Partner at the company Ramon Fonseca told Reuters that the company had ruled out an "inside job" as th... read more>>

Cyber security accountability gap among execs is growing

Category: Computer Investigations

5 April, 2016

The accountability gap in the world of cyber security is growing, according to new research that has been carried out by Tanium and the NASDAQ. It found that 40 per cent of executives reported not feeling responsible for the impact any cyber attack might have. A lack of understanding of cyber... read more>>


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