A Data Breach Affected Broward Health

Broward Health is a non-profit, public hospital system managed by the North Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners, a seven-member district board selected by the Governor. What Happened? Broward Health…

Watch Out! You Might Get Hacked When Copy-Pasting Commands from Webpages

A new hacking method is standing out on the cyberthreat landscape. People who use to copy-paste commands from webpages into a console or terminals like programmers, sysadmins, security researchers, and…

The Best Cyber Security Blogs You Should Follow [Updated 2022]

If you are concerned about your online security (and you should be), it’s essential to know which are the best cybersecurity blogs that could help you stay informed about the…

Cyberattack against UK Ministry of Defence training academy revealed

A retired military officer has disclosed a cyberattack that struck the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) academy and had a “significant” impact on the organization.  Air Marshal Edward Stringer, an…

Money Launderers Get 33 Years for £70m Criminal Scheme

Money Launderers Get 33 Years for £70m Criminal Scheme Two foreign nationals have been handed down what are believed to be among the most severe sentences on record for money laundering.…

UK Defence Academy Attack Forced IT Rebuild – Report

UK Defence Academy Attack Forced IT Rebuild – Report A possible nation-state attack on the UK’s primary defense training facility last year forced the academy to rebuild its IT infrastructure,…

Microsoft Fixes New Year's Day Exchange Server Bug

Microsoft Fixes New Year's Day Exchange Server Bug Microsoft has released a fix for a problem with Exchange Server that led to corporate emails being left undelivered at the start of…

Parliamentary security committee review backs the operation of controversial TOLA Act

The controversial Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018, has received the backing of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) in its review of…

Senate committee wants foreign interference social media reporting rules by next Australian election

An Australian Senate Committee at the end of last year recommended that a government entity be specifically delegated with the responsibility of keeping social media platforms and other government entities…

NSWEC finds iVote system failure may have impacted three local election outcomes

New South Wales’ electoral commissioner has revealed the iVote system failure during the state’s local elections last month may have materially impacted the councillor elections in Kempsey, Singleton, and the…