Latest Software Security Breaches & Attacks
A new collaboration between leading African security organisations is advancing cybersecurity skills and technology standards to offer greater protection from emerging digital threats.
New research concludes that Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), cloud computing and 5G technologies will increase in usage through next year.
A new study has found that 80% of companies plan to increase spending on their cybersecurity posture management over the next 12-18 months.
Syniverse has revealed to government regulators that it has been the victim of a five-year breach impacting hundreds of customers.
A data breach in the Covid vaccine passport scheme has resulted in some people receiving the personal information of other applicants.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a second security directive requiring owners and operators of critical pipelines transporting hazardous liquids and natural gas to implement measures against cyber intrusions.
Computer-based operations at the local authority serving Anhalt-Bitterfeld district in eastern Germany have virtually ground to a halt after being hacked.
The New South Wales (NSW) department of education in Australia has deactivated some internal systems after becoming the victim of a cyber-attack.
Workplace tech used to be a lot more uniform: When you walked into an office, you likely saw an all-desktop-PC environment with a fairly consistent suite of software and tools, all used within the confines of a single network.
All IT systems run by Ireland’s health Service Executive are today (14 May) shut down following a ransomware attack.
Codecov has called in law enforcement agencies after a cyber attacker breached one of its products which enables software developers to test source code to help prevent bugs and syntax errors.
Nearly every business polled reported a cyber-attack via a mobile device last year, according to research by cyber security firm Check Point Software Technologies
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has identified extensive targeting and confirmed compromises of organisations with vulnerable Microsoft Exchange servers.
Microsoft is pushing out updates for older software as ransomware groups seek to exploit vulnerabilities caused by ongoing attacks against on-premise versions of its Exchange Server.
A group of hackers says it has breached security systems and viewed live feeds from 150,000 surveillance cameras supplied by Verkada to general and psychiatric hospitals, women’s health clinics, police stations, prisons, schools and companies, including car maker Tesla and software provider Cloudflare.