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DDoS-ers Target Black Lives Matter Groups

DDoS-ers Target Black Lives Matter Groups

Cloudflare reports huge increase in attacks on advocacy groups last weekend

#Infosec20: Best Cybersecurity Practices for SMEs

#Infosec20: Best Cybersecurity Practices for SMEs

Experts discuss how small businesses should approach cybersecurity

Japan to Review Cyber-Bullying Laws Following Wrestler's Suicide

Japan to Review Cyber-Bullying Laws Following Wrestler's Suicide

Death of reality TV star and pro wrestler prompts review of cyber-bullying laws in Japan

NATO Condemns Cyber-Attacks

NATO Condemns Cyber-Attacks

NATO issues statement condemning cyber-attacks launched amid COVID-19 outbreak

Netizens Urged Not to Use Name as Password

Netizens Urged Not to Use Name as Password

Password manager finds same gender-neutral name in nearly 100,000 passwords

Personal Data of 74,000 Members of San Francisco Retirement System Exposed

Personal Data of 74,000 Members of San Francisco Retirement System Exposed

Personal data of 74.000 members of SFERS may have been accessed by cyber-criminals

Google Adds YubiKey Support for Apple Devices

Google Adds YubiKey Support for Apple Devices

Google adds support for YubiKeys to enable secure authentication to services and Apple devices

Fraudulent iOS VPN Apps Attempt to Scam Users

Fraudulent iOS VPN Apps Attempt to Scam Users

Avast warns of ‘fleeceware’ apps on Apple App Store

Zoom: Free Users Won’t Get End-to-End Encryption So We Can Help FBI

Zoom: Free Users Won’t Get End-to-End Encryption So We Can Help FBI

Reports claim strongest encryption will only be available to premium users

Malicious Android Apps Double in Q1 as Lockdown Users Are Targeted

Malicious Android Apps Double in Q1 as Lockdown Users Are Targeted

Upstream claims leisure apps increasingly contain premium service abusers

New Report Claims Huawei Hushed Up Iran Business Links

New Report Claims Huawei Hushed Up Iran Business Links

Firm accused of fraudulently obtaining US goods for Iran business

Chicago Police Scanner Jammed by Hackers Amid Riots

Chicago Police Scanner Jammed by Hackers Amid Riots

Hackers hijack Chicago police scanners to play music as city riots over George Floyd’s death

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