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open This is the data watchdog! Surrender your Matt Hancock smoochy-kiss pics right now! 56
By rg287
open Regulating facial recognition technology? It's the 'Wild West out there,' says US law boffin 7
open NortonLifeLock sniffs around Avast, announces 'advanced discussions' for acquisition 12
open Report sheds light on 'cocky' but 'creative' Mespinoza ransomware group 2
open Restoring your privacy costs money, which makes it a marker of class 89
open So nice of China to put all of its network zero-day vulns in one giant database no one will think to break into 29
open Facial-recognition technology gets a smack in the chops from civil rights campaigners 50
open Hong Kong working to share its digital IDs with mainland China 14
open What follows Patch Tuesday? Exploit Wednesday. Grab this bumper batch of security updates from Microsoft 16
open Cybercriminals took advantage of WFH to target financial services companies, say financial bods 6
By ecofeco
open Microsoft names Chinese group as source of new attack on SolarWinds 7
By HildyJ
open REvil ransomware gang's websites vanish soon after Kaseya fiasco, Uncle Sam threatens retaliation 25
open UK govt draws a blank over vaccine certification app – no really, the report is half-empty 78
open You'll never Guess whose data has been nicked as US fashion firm confirms systems breach 16
open Microsoft to beef up security portfolio with reported half-billion-dollar RiskIQ buyout 2
open Researchers warn of unpatched remote code execution flaws in Schneider Electric industrial gear 31
By jake
open We're terrified of sharing information, but the benefits of talking about IT and infosec outweigh the negatives 17
open Kaseya restores SaaS, then 'performance issues' force a do-over 5
open With a straight face, Putin agrees to do something about ransomware coming out of Russia, apparently 39
open SolarWinds issues software update – one it wrote for a change – to patch hole exploited in the wild 9
open Kaseya claims SaaS restoration going swimmingly 3
By HildyJ
open Kaseya delays SaaS restore to Sunday, CEO says ‘this sucks’ but decision was his alone 8
open US offers Julian Assange time in Australian prison instead of American supermax if he loses London extradition fight 102
open ICO survey on data flouters: 50% say they receive more unwanted calls than before pandemic 20
open Criminals prefer to WFH too: Singapore infosec agency says 43% of all crimes in the city-state happened online in 2020 1
open In conversation with Gene Hoffman, co-creator of the internet's first ad blocker 33
open White hats reported key Kaseya VSA flaw months ago. Ransomware outran the patch 7
By HildyJ
open You've patched that critical Sage X3 ERP security hole, yeah? Not exposing the suite to the internet, either, yeah? 1
open Bogus Kaseya VSA patches circulate, booby-trapped with remote-access tool 3
By gerdesj
open Microsoft struggles to wake from PrintNightmare: Latest print spooler patch can be bypassed, researchers say 45
open Oi! Our British Airways data breach compo sueball is still going, shouts rival law firm 2
open Report shines light on REvil's depressingly simple tactics: Phishing, credential-stuffing RDP servers... the usual 5
open UK's data watchdog probes use of private email to discuss government business at the Department of Health 25
By teebie
open Citing cross-border data transfer and privacy concerns, China promises security blitz on securities 2
By HildyJ
open Mega-distie SYNNEX attacked and Microsoft cloud accounts it tends tampered 10
open Microsoft patches PrintNightmare – even on Windows 7 – but the terror isn't over 40
open Kaseya’s VSA SaaS restart fails, service restoration delayed by at least ten hours 16
open Kaspersky Password Manager's random password generator was about as random as your wall clock 78
open Ransomware-hit law firm gets court order asking crooks not to publish the data they stole 40
open British Airways data breach lawsuit settled: Airline coughs up potentially millions to make sueball bounce away 16
open Quantum Key Distribution: Is it as secure as claimed and what can it offer the enterprise? 36
By DiViDeD
open DARPA nails cash to project 'FENCE' — a smart camera that only sends pics when pixels change 27
open Kaseya says it's seen no sign of supply chain attack, sets SaaS restoration target of Tuesday afternoon, on-prem fix to follow 13
By Yes Me
open The cost of cyber insurance increased 32 per cent last year and shows no signs of easing 19
By DS999
open The wheels come off Formula 1's notification service as fans plied with attacker's messages 18
By scign
open What's this about a lawyer looking for an heir? City of London Police seek IT crew to help crack down on fraud 6
open DiDi, China’s Uber analog, booted from local app stores for data naughtiness 13
open IT for service providers biz Kaseya defers decision about SaaS restoration following supply chain attack 36
open IT management biz Kaseya's VSA abused to infect businesses with ransomware 34
open Digital rights org claims cyberattacks against Filipino media outlets come from government and army 4
By Cuddles


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