Diving Into End-to-End Deep Learning for Cybersecurity

The application of artificial intelligence (AI) across various industries has undeniably made significant improvements in the digital era. With the capability to interpret and make complex decisions based on data, AI technologies have enabled tasks or processes to function with Read More …

Former Uber CSO charged for 2016 hack cover-up

Uber’s former chief security officer was charged on Thursday for covering up the company’s 2016 security breach, during which hackers stole the personal details of 57 million Uber customers and the details of 600,000 Uber drivers. Prosecutors in Northern California Read More …

Cosmetics giant Avon is recovering from a mysterious cyber-security incident

Avon has filed documents with the US Securities Exchange Commission disclosing the incident on June 9, a day after the company first discovered issues with some of its IT infrastructure. The company said the incident “interrupted some systems and partially affected Read More …

Hackers breached A1 Telekom, Austria’s largest ISP

A1 Telekom, the largest internet service provider in Austria, has admitted to a security breach this week, following a whistleblower’s exposé. The company admitted to suffering a malware infection in November 2019. A1 said its security team detected the malware Read More …

Puerto Rico Government Hit By $2.6M Phishing Scam

A phishing scam has swindled a Puerto Rico government agency out of more than $2.6 million, according to reports. According to reports, the email-based phishing scam hit Puerto Rico’s Industrial Development Company, which is a government-owned corporation aimed at driving economic Read More …

A Ransomware Prescription for the Healthcare Industry

To paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of ransomware’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Ransomware attacks resumed with a vengeance last year, despite conjecture by some researchers that CPU mining would overtake ransomware as a leading threat vector. Instead, the ransomware threat is stronger Read More …

Ransomware: Big paydays and little chance of getting caught means boom time for crooks

Ransomware will continue to plague organisations in 2020 because there’s little risk of the cyber criminals behind the network-encrypting malware attacks getting caught; so for them there’s only a small amount of risk, but a potentially large reward. During the last Read More …

Labour Party says it has been hit by ‘large-scale cyber attack’

Labour says it has been hit by a “sophisticated and large-scale cyber attack” on its digital platforms. A party spokeswoman said the cyber attack “failed” because of their “robust security systems” and that she was confident no data breach occurred. “Security Read More …