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Pro-Russian Hackers Hit Critical Government Websites in Italy

Pro-Russian Hackers Hit Critical Government Websites in Italy

Hacker group Killnet has targeted approximately 50 Italian institutions, including the council of judiciary

DoJ: White Hat Hackers Will No Longer Face Prosecution

DoJ: White Hat Hackers Will No Longer Face Prosecution

"Good faith" hackers will no longer face prosecution under the CFAA

Modern "Smart" Farm Machinery Vulnerable to Cyber-Attackers

Modern "Smart" Farm Machinery Vulnerable to Cyber-Attackers

A new report warns hackers could exploit flaws in agricultural hardware used to plant and harvest crops

UK Sextortion Cases Doubled in 2021

UK Sextortion Cases Doubled in 2021

The UK’s Revenge Porn Helpline received 1124 reports of sextortion last year, compared to 593 in 2020

"Alarming" Surge in Conti Group Activity This Year

"Alarming" Surge in Conti Group Activity This Year

Ivanti observed a 7.6% rise in the number of vulnerabilities tied to ransomware, most of which were exploited by Conti

CISA Issues Emergency Directive for VMware Vulnerabilities

CISA Issues Emergency Directive for VMware Vulnerabilities

Federal agencies have until May 23 to mitigate the vulnerabilities

Microsoft President: Cyber Space Has Become the New Domain of Warfare

Microsoft President: Cyber Space Has Become the New Domain of Warfare

Brad Smith argues that the Russia-Ukraine war marks significant shift in way warfare is conducted

Half of IT Leaders Store Passwords in Shared Docs

Half of IT Leaders Store Passwords in Shared Docs

Many aren’t following the advice of their own training programs

Ransom Demands Surge 45% in 2021

Ransom Demands Surge 45% in 2021

Double extortion now the norm, says Group-IB

Pharmacy Giant Hit By Data Breach Affecting 3.6 Million Customers

Pharmacy Giant Hit By Data Breach Affecting 3.6 Million Customers

Pharmacy retailer Dis-Chem announced that an unauthorized party gained access to its customer database

Personal Information of Nearly Two Million Texans Exposed

Personal Information of Nearly Two Million Texans Exposed

The leak was caused by a programming issue at the Texas Department of Insurance

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