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Not Proud of Hacker Past, Beto Tells Iowa Voters

Not Proud of Hacker Past, Beto Tells Iowa Voters

Beto O'Rourke says he regrets his past affiliation with Cult of the Dead Cow.

New EU Protocol Preps for X Border Cyber-Attacks

New EU Protocol Preps for X Border Cyber-Attacks

EU law enforcement establishes protocol to prepare for and respond to cross-border cyber threats.

Vendor Exposes Singapore Health Blood Donor Data

Vendor Exposes Singapore Health Blood Donor Data

Human error leaves data of more than 800,000 blood donors exposed.

Just One Third of UK’s Small Firms Have Security Strategy

Just One Third of UK’s Small Firms Have Security Strategy

New study aims to raise SMB awareness this week

Mt Gox Crypto Boss Escapes Jail

Mt Gox Crypto Boss Escapes Jail

Karpeles given 2.5 year sentence, suspended for four years

London’s Tourist Hot Spots Suffer 100m+ Cyber-Attacks

London’s Tourist Hot Spots Suffer 100m+ Cyber-Attacks

Kew Gardens tops the list in new FOI research

E-Com Site Gearbest Exposed Millions of Records

E-Com Site Gearbest Exposed Millions of Records

A popular Chinese e-commerce site exposed millions of records in a database misconfiguration.

Facebook Fixed, but Did Outage Hurt Trust?

Facebook Fixed, but Did Outage Hurt Trust?

Facebook stock fell by 3% on Thursday.

Spectrum Healthcare Latest to Issue Breach Notice

Spectrum Healthcare Latest to Issue Breach Notice

A third-party data breach has potentially impacted 600,000 individuals, says Michigan AG.

NAO Criticizes UK’s Failing National Cyber Program

NAO Criticizes UK’s Failing National Cyber Program

Auditor warns lack of evidence is hampering delivery

Kathmandu Probes Possible Card Skimming Breach

Kathmandu Probes Possible Card Skimming Breach

Kiwi clothing store may have been a Magecart victim

DMSniff POS Malware Uses DGA to Stay Active

DMSniff POS Malware Uses DGA to Stay Active

Flashpoint said malware has been running for years

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