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Over 59,000 Breaches Reported to GDPR Regulators

Over 59,000 Breaches Reported to GDPR Regulators

DLA Piper warns fines could reach into the hundreds of millions this year

Converged IT and OT to Advance Security Maturity

Converged IT and OT to Advance Security Maturity

IT and OT convergence is not possible without C-level support.

Driverless Cars Fail to Focus on Cybersecurity

Driverless Cars Fail to Focus on Cybersecurity

A lack of resources is keeping cybersecurity out of the driverless car conversation.

Information Warfare a Top Cyber-Threat in 2019

Information Warfare a Top Cyber-Threat in 2019

Nation-state attacks could leverage misinformation to damage enterprises.

Ebooks with Fake Links Pulled from Kindle Store

Ebooks with Fake Links Pulled from Kindle Store

Fans of the John Wick series may have downloaded fake ebooks.

Exposed Records Up 126% in 2018 Breaches

Exposed Records Up 126% in 2018 Breaches

Despite fewer data breaches in 2018, the number of exposed records soared.

Google Survey Finds Two in Three Users Reuse Passwords

Google Survey Finds Two in Three Users Reuse Passwords

More than half of users think their accounts are safer than the average users.

UK Launches £6m IoT Security Competition

UK Launches £6m IoT Security Competition

Government is looking for innovative ideas from British firms

Huddle House Suffers POS Malware Breach

Huddle House Suffers POS Malware Breach

Customers may have been exposed for over 17 months

Flaw in SS7 Lets Attackers Empty Bank Accounts

Flaw in SS7 Lets Attackers Empty Bank Accounts

UK's Metro Bank falls victim to SS7 attack.

Speak Up Malware Targets Linux, Mac in New Campaign

Speak Up Malware Targets Linux, Mac in New Campaign

New malware injects backdoor Trojan by exploiting known vulnerabilities.

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