Botswana Cyber Revolution Summit 2024 – Cybersecurity Innovations: Leading the Future of Protection – 9th August 2024

We TraiCon Events will be hosting Botswana’s premier cybersecurity event titled as “Cyber Revolution Summit” scheduled on 9th August 2024 in Gaborone, Botswana. This summit will feature keynote presentations and panel discussions with top security experts from various industries covering Read More …

Are data breaches the new normal? Should we just assume our data isn’t safe?

In recent days, both Ticketek Australia and Ticketmaster have experienced breaches which have exposed customer details to hackers. They join a growing list of high-profile data breaches that have put the privacy of millions at risk. For example, in 2022, Read More …

The impact of compromised backups on ransomware outcomes

There are two main ways to recover encrypted data in a ransomware attack: restoring from backups and paying the ransom. Compromising an organization’s backups enables adversaries to restrict their victim’s ability to recover encrypted data and dial-up the pressure to Read More …

British authorities investigating the Princess of Wales medical records breach

British authorities said Wednesday they are investigating a possible breach of the medical records of Catherine, Princess of Wales. The Information Commissioners Office said the inquiries follow a “breach report” it had received. “We can confirm that we have received Read More …

Chinese drones may pose security risks, US agencies warn

Chinese-made drones could pose a national security risk to the United States due to laws in China that force companies to provide authorities access to user data, two U.S. agencies say in a new memo. These “unmanned aircraft systems,” or Read More …

Police Service of Northern Ireland reprimanded over unlawful data sharing

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has been reprimanded for unlawfully sharing personal data on 174 people with a law enforcement agency in the United States. It follows an investigation by the UK data watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office Read More …