How your stolen personal data is sent to the dark web, and what hackers can do with it

“It’s 6.5 billion now,” the cybersecurity specialist says, standing in his office in Kowloon, Hong Kong, overlooking a control room where glowing computer screens display the pulse being taken of nefarious web activity. One dial acts as an algorithm-generated odometer Read More …

A Faraday cage or air gap can’t protect your device data from these two cyberattacks

Two common methods of physical cybersecurity, air gapping and Faraday cages, have been found breachable in two papers released by researchers from Ben-Gurion University. Faraday cages are grounded cages made of electrically conductive material that can completely block electromagnetic fields and signals. Read More …

Hackers Attack Trump Hotels, Steal Credit Card Details and Personal Data

Hackers breached the systems used by 14 different Trump Hotels properties between August 10, 2016 and March 9, 2017, managing to steal sensitive information like guests’ credit card details and other personal information. In a 9-page notification published on the Read More …