Hacker ‘Tried to Poison’ Water Treatment Plan That Serves San Francisco Bay Area in US: Report

A hacker had accessed a water treatment plant in the San Francisco Bay Area in January and deleted programs that were used to treat drinking water, the US media reported. In the latest cyberattack to come to light on an American facility, the hacker used the username and password of a former….Read MoreSecurity News

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Osmosis “between artificial intelligence and human intelligence

Thursday, June 10, 2021 – 11:58AM Mulè: Cybersecurity Agency and Cyber Defense Academy for strategic autonomy. “Route under construction but need to be done quickly” Rome, June 10 (askanews) – Osmosis “between artificial intelligence and human intelligence is the main road that the country must….Read MoreSecurity News

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German intelligence warns of Iran’s growing cyber attack capabilities – Track Persia

By Tim Stickings. June 17, 2021. Iranian hackers have upgraded their capabilities to carry out cyberattacks against foreign targets, it is feared. A German intelligence agency said attacks emanating from Iran had hit targets in Europe and the US as well as Tehran’s regional rivals.Read MoreSecurity News

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THE nefarious

designs of Chinese military targeting systems storing critical data in various countries have yet again been exposed by the world’s largest provider of Intelligence for enterprise security Recorded Future. Identifying malware commonly used for cyber espionage, the firm has found out direct….Read MoreSecurity News

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Steps to take after a malicious attack or data breach on your business

Within the first half of this year, some of the most sophisticated global tech giants fell victim to one form of one cyber-attack, data breach, privacy threat or the other. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Acer, to mention a few, have all succumbed, albeit very temporarily, to the sophistication and boldness of cyber-attackers.Read MoreSecurity News

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Cybersecurity News Round-Up: Week of June 14, 2021 2 | #cybersecurity | #cyberattack

With all the rash of ransomware attacks, this week’s meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin couldn’t have been better timed. On Wednesday, Biden told Putin that certain critical infrastructure should be “off-limits” to cyberattacks.Read MoreSecurity News

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