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EasyJet adds the credit card details of 2,208 customers were also accessed. It did not say when the attack took place.
The abrupt move of millions of people to remote work sparks an unprecedented volume of attacks to trick people into giving up credentials to attackers, security researchers say
Mitsubishi Electric says it has confirmed highly sensitive information in the defense, power, and railway sectors are unaffected
Emails, telephone lines and online payment services were affected by the attack. Officials did not say whether there was a link between the cyber and naval base attacks.
The Labour Party says some of its campaign activities were slowed but were restored by early Tuesday and are now back to normal
There have been 4 major attacks on Airbus in the last 12 months, according to two security sources involved in investigating the hacking
Military computing security is usually 'hardened' to defend against attack, but highly-skilled computer scientists in cyber units of modern armies are always working to find a way in
'No successful attack has been carried out by them, although they are making a lot of effort,' telecommunications minister Mohammad Javad Azarari Jahromi says
'The magnitude, scope, and scale of the cyberattacks suggest that they were targeted, deliberate, and organized,' the complaint reads
In this Q&A, we discuss the learnings of RiskIQ, which has been tracking Magecart operations for the past few years
A report by the cybersecurity firm FireEye says the newly identified group dubbed APT38 is the source of cyberattacks on global banks that has netted 'hundreds of millions' of dollars
Singapore's health minister says the strike was 'a deliberate, targeted, and well-planned cyberattack and not the work of casual hackers or criminal gangs'
(UPDATED) Singapore's health and information ministries say a government database was broken into in a 'deliberate, targeted and well-planned' strike, describing the attack as 'unprecedented'
Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis says his counterparts from Croatia, Estonia, the Netherlands and Romania will join him on Monday to sign the agreement in Luxembourg. Finland, France, Poland, and Spain will join later this year.
At the opening of the 32nd ASEAN Summit, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells fellow leaders that ISIS continues to threaten the region
Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, adds, 'This tech sector accord will help us take a principled path towards more effective steps to work together and defend customers around the world'
Increasing cybersecurity threats linked to cybercriminals' ability to use open-source tools and shared, accumulated information within their community
Poisonings, doping, cyberattacks and conflicts in Syria and the Ukraine make for a tense World Cup in 2018
Learn more about this week's cybersecurity happenings in our roundup!
The DDoS attack took advantage of unprotected memcached servers meant to speed up networks, using that power to amplify the data sent to GitHub 50 times over
Equifax says the newly identified consumers were not previously informed because their social security numbers -- which appeared to be the focus of the hackers – were not stolen together with their partial driver's license information
'It is a real cyberattack on part of the government system. It's an ongoing process, an ongoing attack,' says Armin Schuster, chairman of the German parliamentary committee on intelligence issues
It is the first time that FireEye had used the designation 'Advanced Persistent Threat' for a North Korean-based group
Here's an overview of some of the major occurrences in the cybersecurity sector from February 11 to 17
(UPDATED) Statements from Washington and London say Russia would face ramifications for the attacks that crippled computer networks in the United States and Europe, including those of some big corporations
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North Korea and Russia deny launching any attacks on the Pyeongchang Olympics
Kodao.org is known for covering the peace process between the Philippine government and the NDFP, as well as issues about indigenous peoples, human rights, environmental issues
(UPDATED) The Netherlands' top 3 banks experience DDoS attacks over the weekend, which blocked access to websites and internet banking services
McAfee researchers say that as ransomware profitability fades in the face of new defenses, hackers will turn to new kinds of attacks that could involve damage or disruption of computers and networks
Gene Yu, chief executive officer and co-founder of private security firm Blackpanda, says there is room for businesses to improve their safety protocols
The laptops in question are from 2014 and 2015 and contain pre installed software that left users open to cyberattacks
The Department of Finance is cooperating with the Department of Information and Communications Technology on the system which it expects to be fully operational by 2021
Daniel Kaye 29 allegedly orchestrates so called distributed denial of service DDoS attacks against the banks
The regional court in the western city of Cologne said it would suspend the sentence of one year and eight months against the defendant Daniel Kaye following pleas to this effect by both prosecutors and the defence
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A number of Maersk s 76 container terminals are affected and forced to run on manual systems AP Moller Maersk chief operating officer Vincent Clerc says
UPDATED The director of Europol Rob Wainwright says there are clear similarities with the WannaCry incident but warns there are also indications of a more sophisticated attack capability intended to exploit a range of vulnerabilities
UPDATED Several companies and organizations are targeted in what appears to be another major spread of ransomware
The threat follows reports in British media including the Times that hackers were selling passwords for MPs online
The president s website has sustained an organized attack says President Petro Poroshenko s deputy administration chief Dmytro Shymkiv in a statement
While no Philippine bank was affected in the global ransomware attack the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas issues guidelines on dealing with cyber criminals and protecting sensitive data
These inaccurate statements have seriously misled public opinion caused panic among teachers and students and affected the normal order of instruction and life the China Education and Research Network says giving no further details
UPDATED The number of victims appears not to have gone up and so far the situation seems stable in Europe which is a success a senior spokesman for Europol says
Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith warns of the danger of exploits developed by governments falling into the hands of hackers and causing widespread damage
UPDATED Europol executive director Rob Wainwright says the situation could worsen when workers return to their offices after the weekend and log on