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Don’t forget about the Internet of Forgotten Things

As the Internet of Things has grown, so too have the number of things that are at risk of being forgotten. Find out why it’s important to not let “forgotten” devices slip through the cracks, and how to keep systems secure.

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Overcoming the increase in smartphone malware threats

Increased levels of smartphone malware threats presents new security challenges for individuals and businesses alike. Getting a good understanding of how phone malware works is the first step in keeping your data safe.

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NSA report provides latest recommendations for data security

When it comes to cybersecurity, nobody does it as well as the NSA. A report released by the U.S. intelligence agency offers plenty of advice for you to keep your network secure. 

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Okta comes under scrutiny for withholding Lapsus$ hack in January

Identity management company Okta have gotten themselves in hot water for not making customers and the public aware of a historic breach that has come back to haunt them, following announcements by hacker group Lapsus$.

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New techniques using long-term botnet Qakbot can hijack email threads mid-stream

After more than a decade of Qakbot seeing myriad evolutions, its latest iteration is being used to interject malicious emails midway through your email conversation chain.

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HubSpot data breach targeted cryptocurrency clients

Cryptocurrency investors are quickly becoming a popular target for data breaches. In HubSpot’s March 2022 breach, the personal contact information of crypto firm customers was extracted from almost 30 of its clients.

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Red cross targeted by sophisticated cyberattack

Over 515,000 people have had their personal information stolen after a hack targeting ICRC servers for a family reunification program.

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Incident response: Critical security for the digital age

As the number of data breaches rises each year, organizations must re-evaluate their incident response strategies.

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Morgan Stanley fined $60 million in data breach lawsuit

Morgan Stanley recently agreed to pay $60 million in fines following two separate data breach incidents.

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IoT devices and routers at risk due to BotenaGo malware

A new malware variant, BotenaGo, could potentially impact millions of IoT devices and routers after its authors published the source code online.

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