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Two Plead Guilty to Uber and Lynda.com Hacks

Two Plead Guilty to Uber and Lynda.com Hacks

Duo’s extortion attempts worked only with ride-hailing giant

Twitter Bans Political Ads Ahead of Key UK Election

Twitter Bans Political Ads Ahead of Key UK Election

Social media platform aims to clean up its act

#BSidesBelfast: We Need Security Capabilities For Our Whole Lifetime

#BSidesBelfast: We Need Security Capabilities For Our Whole Lifetime

The next generation need to create "digital identity" security capabilities

ICO to Police: Go Slow on Facial Recognition

ICO to Police: Go Slow on Facial Recognition

UK watchdog set to work on statutory code of practice

#BSidesBelfast: Supply Chain Attacks Will Hit Code Repositories Next

#BSidesBelfast: Supply Chain Attacks Will Hit Code Repositories Next

Supply chain attacks continue to be a reality for businesses

#ISC2Congress: Military Hero Shares Tips for a Successful Life

#ISC2Congress: Military Hero Shares Tips for a Successful Life

William McRaven tells cybersecurity professionals to take risks and expect failures

#ISC2Congress: Stars of Cybersecurity Honored in Florida

#ISC2Congress: Stars of Cybersecurity Honored in Florida

2019 ISLA Americas winners collect gongs at conference

#ISC2Congress: CTI Is Woefully Underused

#ISC2Congress: CTI Is Woefully Underused

Lack of understanding leaves phenomenal security resource untapped

#BSidesBelfast: Threat Hunting Requires Curiosity and Culture

#BSidesBelfast: Threat Hunting Requires Curiosity and Culture

What to look for when building a threat hunting team

Major Cyber-Attack on APAC Ports Could Cost $110bn

Major Cyber-Attack on APAC Ports Could Cost $110bn

Lloyd’s-backed report warns of under-insurance in the region

Facebook Removes Russian Networks Targeting African Users

Facebook Removes Russian Networks Targeting African Users

Coordinated inauthentic behavior linked to infamous IRA backer

#BSidesBelfast: Focus More on Common Attacks, Less on Zero-Days

#BSidesBelfast: Focus More on Common Attacks, Less on Zero-Days

In the 1980s we were talking about viruses as the main threat, that is the same now

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