How Data Analytics and AI Solve the Toughest Global Problems

Can technologies combining data analytics and artificial intelligence save the world from its growing problems? Yes, it is possible! Data has an essential place in the structure of the modern…

NSW government casual recruiter suffers ransomware hit

IT recruitment firm Finite Recruitment has confirmed it experienced a cyber incident in October, which resulted in a “small subset” of the company’s data being downloaded and published on the…

MobileIron customers urged to patch systems due to potential Log4j exploitation

Cybersecurity company NCC Group is warning users of MobileIron products to patch their systems since finding exploitations through the Log4j vulnerability.  more coverage NCC Group researchers have so far seen…

Firefox: Ad blockers are 2021's most popular browser extensions

Multiple ad blockers topped Firefox’s list of the most popular and innovative add-on browser extensions of 2021.  Firefox determines which add-ons are “most popular” by calculating their average daily users…

New Jersey Cancer Care Providers Settle Data Breach Claim

New Jersey Cancer Care Providers Settle Data Breach Claim A trio of healthcare providers in New Jersey has agreed to pay $425,000 and adopt new security measures to settle a…

US and Australia Enter CLOUD Act Agreement

US and Australia Enter CLOUD Act Agreement The United States has entered into an agreement with Australia to share electronic data so as to facilitate the investigation of serious crimes. …

‘Tropic Trooper’ Reemerges to Target Transportation Outfits

Analysts warn that the attack group, now known as ‘Earth Centaur,’ is honing its attacks to go after transportation and government agencies. They’ve been an active threat group since 2011,…

‘PseudoManuscrypt’ Mass Spyware Campaign Targets 35K Systems

It’s similar to Lazarus’s Manuscrypt malware, but the new spyware is splattering itself onto government organizations and ICS in a non-Lazarus-like, untargeted wave of attacks. Researchers have tracked new spyware…

France Orders Clearview AI to Delete Data

France Orders Clearview AI to Delete Data France's data protection regulator has ordered American facial recognition software firm Clearview AI to stop illegally processing images. In a statement released today, the CNIL said…

6 life-changing tech habits you need in 2022

This is the year you’re going to go to the gym three times a week, and you’re going to get organized, and you’re going to live life to its fullest,…