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Deloitte’s cloud server emails hacked

Another hack rocked the world when Deloitte announced that it had been compromised in an attack about a year ago. … Continue Reading

Is wave of new data-destruction ransomware the next NotPetya?

A new type of ransomware is sweeping across the globe, boasting 20 million attacks in a day. … Continue Reading

Users implanted with microchip to buy potato chips and clock in

A company in Wisconsin is microchipping its employees... And a lot of them are on board with the idea. … Continue Reading

Researcher hacks into companies through their help desk

If your company uses an internal messaging system – anything from Slack, Yammer or Facebook Workplace – it may be vulnerable in just a couple of clicks. … Continue Reading

How did Wells Fargo lose data for over 50,000 customers?

Wells Fargo released 1.4 GB of files that contained customers’ names, social security numbers and sensitive details to a lawyer by accident. … Continue Reading

Top 10 most dangerous artists to search for online

Users searching for their favorite artists at work are putting the company's data at risk. … Continue Reading

Massive spambot hoards over 711 million email address

A researcher uncovered a spamming operation that uses a list of some 711.5 million email addresses. … Continue Reading

What we know and still don’t know about the Equifax data breach

Equifax, the company with the sole responsibility of storing and maintaining sensitive data of U.S. users for the purpose of credit and background checks, announced that it has compromised the identity information of some 143 million people. … Continue Reading

Symantec to host cybersecurity competition for education credit

As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October, Symantec is hosting a challenge for IT and security employees. … Continue Reading

11 security questions every IT pro needs to know the answer to

Many small businesses believe they fly under hackers' radar and aren't worth attacking like the larger targets. As it turns out, it's the exact opposite. … Continue Reading