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On February 27th, Australian government officials conducted a “Cyber Security Roundtable” meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, in a bid to counter the growing threat of cyberattacks. Within the meeting, the continued development of a new “National Cyber Security Strategy” was

Husain Parvez Published on 2nd March 2023

Canada has become the latest country to ban TikTok, the popular China-based social media app, on all government-issued devices. On Monday, February 27th, the President of the Treasury Board, Mona Fortier, issued a statement alleging that TikTok "presents an unacceptable level of risk to privacy

Zane Kennedy Published on 2nd March 2023

According to a recent study by Joanne Kim, a researcher at Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy, data brokers are selling Americans' mental health data to third parties, including employers, insurance companies, and marketing firms. According to the report, 26 companies replied to a

Keira Waddell Published on 1st March 2023

On Monday, the US Department of Defense (DoD) took action to secure an unprotected server that had been leaking confidential U.S. military emails onto the open internet for the past two weeks. The unprotected server hosted on Microsoft's Azure specialized government cloud was part of a mailbox

Zane Kennedy Published on 28th February 2023

Hackers have gained and released data center login credentials of more than 2,000 businesses, including Fortune 500 companies like Walmart, Apple, and Amazon. This allowed hackers to masquerade as authorized users on the customer support sites for these data centers. According to the report from

Husain Parvez Published on 22nd February 2023

GoDaddy, a domain registrar and web hosting service with over 20 million customers, disclosed last Friday that an unknown group of cybercriminals has gained access to customer accounts three times in the last three years. In an SEC filing, GoDaddy said, "These incidents are part of a multi-year

Keira Waddell Published on 21st February 2023

The City of Oakland, California, has declared a state of emergency after a ransomware attack hit its computer systems. The attack was discovered on February 8, but the emergency was only brought into effect several days after the cyberattack was confirmed. The local government has not revealed the

Husain Parvez Published on 19th February 2023

Clop, a ransomware group with ties to Russia, has asserted it was behind recent attacks that exploited a zero-day flaw in the GoAnywhere MFT secure file transfer tool. One of the biggest victims was Community Health Systems (CHS), one of the largest healthcare providers in the US. They confirmed

Keira Waddell Published on 17th February 2023