Latest Software Security Breaches & Attacks
The German unit of Russian oil company Rosneft has said it has come under cyberattack, Germany’s Die Welt newspaper has reported.
A new special edition in the popular For Dummies series aims to put an end to third-party cyber risk management woes, shed light on a complex topic that organisations of all sizes need to tackle effectively.
Fresh studies reveal that the global data protection software is set to undergo ten years of growth, with markets predicted to expand by 31.5% between now and 2032.
Fresh evidence has come to light suggesting that a recent cyberattack campaign leveraged against the Russian state continued for far longer than was initially thought.
A team of experts has shed light on the many ways in which the Log4j weakness, news of which broke before Christmas, may hit the global business community.
A new survey taking in the views of large enterprise business leaders has found that attitudes are becoming stricter with regards to cybersecurity for video calls.
Oil and gas firms are to commit up to US$15 billion to digital transformation over the next decade in a bid to modernise infrastructures, increase cybersecurity and to improve ESG credentials in the long-term.
A Virginia court has allowed Microsoft to seize websites operated by Nickel, a Chinese cybercrime group that has been conducting cyberattacks in 29 countries.
A new collaboration between leading African security organisations is advancing cybersecurity skills and technology standards to offer greater protection from emerging digital threats.
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.