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It’s Jail Time! Australian Government Employee Sentenced for Mining Cryptocurrency

In May last year, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) pressed charges against a 33-year old former resident of New South Wales (NSW) for his...

Twitter Pledges a “Safe and Secure 2020 U.S. Election”

The 2020 U.S. election is just a couple of months away and opportune threat actors are bound to make attempts of attacking the accounts...

Five Practical Steps to Implement a Zero-Trust Network

While the concept of Zero Trust was created 10 years ago, the events of 2020 have thrust it to the top of enterprise security...

Twitter Account of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s Official Website Hacked

Since the onset of the pandemic, crypto scammers have heightened their operations around the globe by targeting famed Twitter accounts for monetary gains. This...

Business in the Post-Pandemic Era: New Normal or a Digital Normal?

The business world is completely disrupted today.  Unemployment rates are soaring. Across industries, companies are downsizing operations and putting employees on furlough or issuing...

DXC’s Xchanging Subsidiary Falls Prey to Ransomware Attack

Xchanging, DXC Technology’s subsidiary and an Australian based IT services provider rendering services to insurance companies, reportedly experienced a ransomware attack. According to its...

Sophisticated State-Actor Behind Sustained Cyberattacks: Australian PM

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, in an urgent press conference held in Canberra, briefed about sustained cyberattacks carried out by a sophisticated state-sponsored actor....

Ripple20 Sends Ripples Across Industries with 19 Critical Vulnerabilities

An Israeli security company, JSOF, found 19 critical vulnerabilities in a widely used Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) software library developed by an Ohio-based...

Is There a “SNAKE” Under Honda’s Hood?

Although metamorphically, however, many cybersecurity experts believe that “there is a Snake under Honda’s hood”. Yes, you read it right! Operations of the Japanese...

Not a Hoax! REvil Ransomware Operators Launch Auction Website

The operators of REvil ransomware, better known as Sodinokibi, have launched an auction website on the dark web, Happy Blog, to sell stolen data...

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