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Why Zero Trust Is a Game Changer for Hybrid and Remote Work Environments?

The change in work style to hybrid and remote has greatly shifted the scene of present business. The advantages of flexibility and productivity cannot be disputed, but the task of securing a spread-out workforce and devices in different places brings...

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What You Need to Know About the Tangerine Customer Data Leak

The Australian telecommunications company Tangerine recently found itself in hot water after a data breach that exposed the personal details of approximately 232,000 customers. The hack occurred on February 18, 2024, impacting customers who were Tangerine users between June 2019...

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New PCI DSS Compliance: How Government Agencies Can Prepare

Public-sector agencies handling credit and debit card transactions are mandated to adhere to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) framework, ensuring PCI DSS compliance. However, a new version of these regulations, PCI DSS v4.0, is slated to...

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Analysis Report on Infamous Chisel Malware

In the present-day conflict, cyberwarfare has become a force to reckon with. It is much more in evidence in the Russian-Ukraine war, where cybersecurity agencies of five countries have found a new malware called the Infamous Chisel. The new mobile...

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Threat Actors Exploit CVE-2022-47966 and CVE-2022-42475 Across Nations

A number of cybersecurity and other agencies have identified indicators of compromise at an Aeronautical Sector organization in January 2023. These organisations include the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and the Cyber National Mission Force....

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How Can Businesses Prevent Web Application Access Control Abuse

Beware! Developers, designers, vendors, and end-user organisations using web applications. This is because web applications have been found to have vulnerabilities called IDOR, or Insecure Direct Object Reference. These are access control vulnerabilities that enable malicious actors to do a...

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Shareholder Class Action Suit on Medibank After Cyberattack

The Australian health insurance giant Medibank is in trouble again. It is caught up in a class action suit filed by Phi Finney McDonald, a law firm. This comes on the heels of a $250 million fine imposed by the...

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AT&T Suffers a Major Data Breach, Informs 9 Million Customers

Cybercriminals have managed to cause a data breach at the vendor system of AT&T, the multinational telecommunications company, in January 2023 and exposed vast amounts of data, including wireless account numbers, first names of customers, wireless phone numbers, and email...

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Why Tabletop Exercises for Incident Response and Business Continuity Planning?

In today's fast-paced and well-connected world of ours, business enterprises continue to face a rising number of threats and risks to their operations. Remember, cyberattacks, natural disasters, and other unexpected events can cause significant disruptions to the working of an...

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Some Online Banks Plagued With Cyber Security Flaws, Says Report

The digital revolution has swept through every aspect of our lives, including banking and financial services. Much of today's banking is done on computers or smartphones, making it extremely convenient and quick. However, the moot question is whether online banking...

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