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International InfoSec & Cybersecurity News
Less Than Half of Cyberattacks Detected
via Antivirus: SANS
Companies are buying next-gen antivirus and fileless attack
detection tools but few have the resources to use them,
From National Security to Cybersecurity
In an effort to address the growing skills gap in the
cybersecurity industry, a team of former Royal Marines
Commandos have launched a business providing free
IoT Robot Vacuum Vulnerabilities Let
Hackers Spy on Viticms
Two vulnerabilities were discovered on Dongguan Diqee-
branded vacuum cleaners
Capturing the conscience of the
The ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct is
considered the standard for the computing profession, and
has been adopted around the world.
LabCorp Data Breach
Pravin Kothari, CEO of cybersecurity solution provider
CipherCloud, today commented on news that LabCorp is
investigating a data breach on its computer network that
potentially putting millions of people’s sensitive personal
information at risk: Pravin Kothari, CEO at CipherCloud: “The
LabCorp data breach is yet another heavy
Organisations need a zero trust model for
New research from Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) found that
IT professionals reported three incidents on average where
sensitive information had been lost last year.
FBI: Global Business Email Compromise
Losses Hit $12.5 Billion
Known losses due to business email compromise have
exceeded $12.5 billion worldwide, the FBI's Internet
Complaint Center reports
Microsoft shares evidence Russia hacked
2018 Congressional candidates, House
votes down additional state election funds
Once Microsoft discovered the malicious activity, it shut down
the domain and alerted government authorities.
21-Year-Old Creator of LuminosityLink
Hacking Tool Pleads Gulty
Colton Grubbs, a 21-year-old man from Kentucky, the
developer of the LuminosityLink RAT (Remote Access Trojan)
has pleaded guilty.
GandCrab: The New King of Ransomware?
As GrandCrab becomes the new king of ransomware, security
firm Malwarebytes believes that cryptomining will continue to
decline, but that ransomware will stage a comeback.