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02 Sep
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KASPERSKY: EMPLOYEES’ ERRORS CAUSED HALF OF THE CYBER SECURITY INCIDENTS IN INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES

A recent report by Kaspersky indicated that the human factor, despite automation, still endangers industrial processes, explaining that employees’ mistakes or unintended actions were behind 52% of the accidents that affected operational techniques and industrial control systems networks last year. The report entitled “Industrial Electronic Security Situation 2019” confirmed that the increasing complexity of industrial...

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02 Sep
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GOOGLE CLOSES A SERVICE THAT SHARED SOME ANDROID DATA WITH TELECOM COMPANIES

Reuters reported on Monday August 19th that Google had closed a service it had offered to wireless carriers around the world, fearing that sharing data from users of the Android system might be checked by regulators. The agency quoted well-informed sources as saying that the closure of the service which exposes wireless carriers to weaknesses...

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02 Sep
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MICROSOFT OFFERS SOME COMPANIES ANOTHER YEAR FOR WINDOWS 7 SECURITY UPDATES

Microsoft said it would extend free security support for Windows 7 “for only one year” and this is only for the companies that have an active corporate license. This step comes about four months before the end of support for Windows 7 which is scheduled on January 15th 2020. By this date, it will have...

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02 Sep
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ELECTRONIC HACKING.. REASONS AND HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF

A lot of electronic crimes happen due to the ability to penetrate security systems or breaking passwords. We have seen a lot of hacking crime stories, even it became a rich material for film producers as in the movie HACKERS. It is a true based story that has cast a spotlight on the crimes specialized...

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02 Sep
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BRITISH AIRWAYS FACES 183 MILLION POUNDS STERLING FINE FOR HACKING ITS CUSTOMER’S DATA

British Airways announced that they’re facing an unprecedented fine by 183 million pounds sterling due to the hacking of its security systems last year. The airlines owned by AIG said that the penalty placed by the high commissioner’s office has amazed and disappointed them. The British Airways said then that some hackers have done a...

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02 Sep
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23 CITIES IN TEXAS WERE HIT BY THE BIGGEST RANSOMWARE ATTACK EVER

The Information Resources Administration in Texas said that the data systems in 23 Texas cities were hit by a massive ransomware attack on August 16th and Its data were taken hostage. It is not clear whether computer systems in the affected towns have adequate security procedures or whether they have backup copies of their data,...

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02 Sep
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ONE MILLION DOLLAR REWARD IF YOU CAN HACK AN IPHONE DEVICE

The technology giant Apple announced a massive reward for anyone can hack iPhone system. Apple offered rewards of up to one million dollars for those who spot flaws in iPhone’s devices, and It is the biggest reward offered by a company ever to provide  protection against hackers. The company said in the annual “black hat”...

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02 Sep
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US OFFICIALS FEAR A RANSOMWARE ATTACK AGAINST 2020 ELECTIONS

The U.S. government plans to launch a program that focuses on protecting voter registration systems and databases before the 2020 presidential election after these systems were hacked in 2016 by Russian hackers seeking to gather information. Intelligence officials are concerned that in 2020, foreign hackers will not only target databases but will try to manipulate,...

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24 Aug
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A 19-YEAR-OLD BRITISH HACKER WAS ORDERED TO PAY £407,359 AND SENTENCED TO 20 MOTHS

Elliot Gunton is a British teenager hacker who used to provide hacking and money laundering services and also used his cyber skills in compromising personal data and selling them online. He exploited the data of his victims to make considerable profits. Norfolk Police described his measures in concealing his criminal activities by “complex and sophisticated”....

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24 Aug
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FACEBOOK USERS WILL BE ABLE TO CONTROL DATA FLOW

Lately Facebook has been slapped a 5 billion dollars fine for mishandling their users data during the Cambridge Analytica scandal. And as a result, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has obliged them to put new policies to protect their users’ data and to apply these policies also on Instagram and Whatsapp. Facebook has also been...

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