According to the report, more than 66% of all applications used by the utility sector had at least one exploitable vulnerability open throughout the year.
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The company was forced to notify New Hampshire officials after employees in the state had their information accessed.
The cryptocurrency was sourced from 47 different wallets, according to research from Elliptic.
The White House plans to model the board after the US National Transportation Safety Board.
Auth0 said that in the first 90 days of 2021, their platform detected breached passwords being used at an average of more than 26,600 per day.
A study found that companies dealing with data breaches later faced increased scrutiny from banks.
Cybersecurity firms across the globe use artificial intelligence and machine learning to help defend their clients.
Bleeping Computer worked with Emisoft to create a free decryptor that any Avaddon victim can use.
Experts suggest tougher limits on access for employees after Supreme Court ruling limits use of hacking law
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court said the government’s interpretation of the CFAA “would attach criminal penalties to a breathtaking amount of commonplace computer activity.”
"I looked at him and said: 'How would you feel if ransomware took on the pipelines from your oil fields?'” Biden reportedly asked Putin.