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Intel Creates New Internal Cybersecurity Group

The recent encounters with Spectre and Meltdown techniques, owing to faults in its microprocessors has shaken the world’s largest chipmaker, Intel. With little options...

Australia’s small businesses division launches guide for best practices

In view of the increasing cybersecurity attacks on small businesses, the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman has launched a cybersecurity guide, to...

Changing Role of the CISO

By Grant Bourzikas, CISO, McAfee With the growth of digital world, we have seen growth in cyberthreats. These range from the annoying to the downright catastrophic....

Yet Again, North Korea Accused of Stealing Cryptocurrencies

They did it in the past and they are doing it again. There’s a good possibility of North Korea burrowing through accounts and scooping...

John McAfee’s Twitter Account Breached

CISO MAG Desk: John McAfee recently declared that his twitter account was hacked and used to endorse some minor-league cryptocurrencies. Although, he claimed to...

Cyber-Break-In in EtherDelta – Are Your Funds Crypto-safe?

The holiday plans seem to have gone awry for the popular cryptocurrency exchange EtherDelta, as it announced the possibility of its DNS server being...

Cybersecurity experts hack Apple’s face ID

The much-touted facial recognition feature from Apple is now drawing, even more, flak than it did around the launch date. A cybersecurity firm has...

Cryptocurrency mining presents new threat to business: Check Point

GLOBE NEWSWIRE: According to the latest Global Threat Impact Index by Check Point Software Technologies, cryptocurrency mining was an increasingly prevalent form of malware...

DHS hacks Boeing 757

Addressing the huge contingent gathered at the 2017 CyberSat Summit, Robert Hickey, the aviation program manager within the Cyber Security Division of the DHS...

Regina police website hacked; displays pro-IS message

CISO MAG Desk: Days after a New Jersey school district's website was hacked displaying messages in support of the Islamic State (IS), Canada’s Regina,...

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