(In)Secure Digest: The Case of Classic Phishing Attack, Scammers Among the Team and the Dangerous Vulnerability
In this November digest we gathered interesting and illustrative incidents related to data leaks, fraud and hacks.
At the end of the month, traditionally, we’ve gathered a selection of high-profile IS incidents.
(In)Secure Digest: Pizza Lovers' Data Theft, a Million-dollar Fine and Aircraft Suppliers’ Data Leak
It's time for the traditional monthly review of "classic" and non-trivial IS incidents reported by the media.
(In)Secure digest: “shadowy” Amazon, de-anonymization of Northern Ireland police officers and pseudo-hackers
Plenty of confidential data related incidents happened this month: in Australia, the data of participants in a cybersecurity survey was inadvertently disclosed, in Northern Ireland data on all police officers was disclosed, and in India, an employee was caught leaking data (once again).
(In)Secure Digest: theft of national secrets, a rogue VPN, and a fine for security guards' curiosity
Here's our monthly roundup of noteworthy information security incidents from June.
The time has come to discuss major data realted incidents, which happened in February.
The most resonant information security incidents in our October digest: Toyota’s contractor exposed part of the code, an undercover astronaut, Australian companies experiencing cyberattacks, a massive Microsoft clients’ data leak.
(In)secure digest: the smell of data leaks, deep fake in the Zoom and an option of becoming the nobility member for only €1000
In August many employees are still on a vacation, however, this doesn’t refer to fraudsters, judicial and law enforcement system representatives. In our traditional digest among other you’ll find – one more shot in the foot and another example of peoples’ craving for a fairy tale.
SearchInform analysed breaches that occurred in the first half of 2020.
The financial service company sector is targeted more than any other industry, as attacks against them account for over a quarter of cyberattacks.