Coronavirus: More Companies Backing Out of RSA Conferences AT&T Cybersecurity and Verizon have decided not to attend the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, citing concerns about the coronavirus. IBM announced its decision not to attend RSA on February… Read More ›
Why is a 22GB database containing 56 million US folks’ personal details sitting on the open internet using a Chinese IP address?
Exclusive A database containing the personal details of 56.25m US residents – from names and home addresses to phone numbers and ages – has been found on the public internet, served from a computer with a Chinese IP address, bizarrely enough…. Read More ›
Huawei Backdoors Confirmed in Vodaphone Documents(April 30, 2019) Vodafone Group Plc has acknowledged that it found vulnerabilities going back years with equipment supplied by Shenzhen-based Huawei for the carrier’s Italian business. While Vodafone says the issues were resolved, the revelation… Read More ›
Senate Panel Equifax Investigation Findings Released(March 8, 2019) A Senate panel investigation into the 2017 Equifax breach found that the company again and again neglected to take adequate precautions to protect the consumer data it held. The panel’s report makes… Read More ›
Bitcoin Stolen From Electrum Wallets (December 27, 2018) More than 200 bitcoin has been stolen from Electrum wallets since December 21. The attacker or attackers exploited a vulnerability in the Electrum architecture that allows Electrum servers to trigger custom… Read More ›
US Legislators Can Spend Surplus Campaign Funds on Cybersecurity(December 13, 2018) The US Federal Elections Commission says that federal legislators may use surplus campaign funds to bolster cybersecurity for their personal devices and online accounts. The decision came in… Read More ›