EMA said that hackers manipulated stolen documents before leaking them

Read the original article: EMA said that hackers manipulated stolen documents before leaking them The European Medicines Agency (EMA) revealed Friday that COVID-19 vaccine documents stolen from its servers have been manipulated before the leak. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) declared that….Read MoreSecurity News

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CSO Group taken to ‘next level’ with $16M NSW govt cyber security contract win – ARNnet

ICT security services provider CSO Group has been awarded a $16 million contract from NSW’s Department of Communities and Justice to improve its cyber security capabilities in a move its CEO claims has taken it “to its next level”. Running from 21 December 2020 to 30 June 2024, the contract is part….Read MoreSecurity News

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NCSC CyberFirst Girls 2021 contest kicks off – ComputerWeekly.com

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has called on girls aged 12 to 13 from across the UK to sign up for its annual CyberFirst Girls competition, with the deadline for entries fast approaching on Monday 25 January. This year’s CyberFirst Girls contest has already had hundreds of schools sign….Read MoreSecurity News

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CompTIA forms Cybersecurity Advisory Council, led by 16 security execs – SecurityBrief New Zealand

CompTIA has today announced its formation of the Cybersecurity Advisory Council, a body comprising 16 industry experts that will provide guidance on how tech organisations can tackle the most significant cybersecurity challenges and threats posed by attackers in 2021 and beyond.Read MoreSecurity News

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Here are all the games that support Nvidia’s RTX ray tracing

Arguably the most established series to adopt the new ray tracing technology, Battlefield V was showcased right alongside Nvidia’s new cards at Gamescom in 2018 with reflections of explosions in everything from car doors to eyeballs. It arrived on October 11, 2018, and has since been repeatedly used as the de facto demo of ray […]

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The Big Read: What’s the big deal with data privacy? Thorny, complex issues confront citizens and governments

Still, the events of the past two weeks have stirred up intense interest among many in Singapore on the topic of personal data, leading an enterprising few to pore through the privacy policies of their social media services or probe through the Criminal Procedure Code, the law that empowers the….Read MoreSecurity News

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