Iran Uncovers Malware at Petrochemical Plants
"Necessary defensive measures were taken” after the malware was detected and removed.
China State Hackers Hit Australian Defense Systems 'Daily'
Australian trade commission, Australian defense networks have faced “significant cyber-penetrations” for the past five years.
NYTimes: Kremlin Likely Behind the Attack
The Times reports that officials say the effort was likely the work of two top Russian intelligence agencies.
WhatsApp Angers Users Over Facebook Data Sharing
Messaging service WhatsApp has come under fire for privacy changes that will see it share more personal data with parent company Facebook
Dropbox Resetting User Passwords, But Says No Breach Has Occurred
Online storage platform Dropbox is resetting user passwords that have not been changed since 2012
Son of Russian MP Convicted on Hacking Charges
A court in Seattle has convicted the son of a Russian MP on charges related to hacking US businesses
Apple Spears Trident Zero-Days with Security Update
Exploit chain used to try and download Pegasus spyware to activist phone
GCSE Computing Numbers Jump 76%
Hopes for cybersecurity skills boost, despite declining grades
Hackers Linger Three Times Longer Inside APAC Networks
Mandiant report claims the region is failing on security
Website of Ghostbusters Star Leslie Jones Offline After Hack
Leslie Jones, star of the recent Ghostbusters reboot, has taken her website offline after it was hacked and defaced with explicit images
Twitter-Controlled Android Botnet Discovered
Security researchers have discovered an Android botnet that uses Twitter instead of the traditional command-and-control (C&C) server to infect devices
ICO Fines Nursing Home Over Data Breach
The ICO has fined a Northern Irish nursing home £15,000 for failing to adequately protect sensitive data