Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn how radio frequency technology is putting industrial organizations at risk. Also, understand the threat landscape of telecommunications and how to prepare for future threats.
Leaders of industrial organizations must understand that the devices and systems employees leverage to control processes could open their business up to specific vulnerabilities.
Microsoft has rolled out a patch that will warn Windows 7 users that security updates will come to an end on January 14, 2020. At that time, the software giant will no longer roll out fixes for security flaws and vulnerabilities.
With the rise of cryptocurrency-mining malware over the past couple of years, cybercriminals are constantly trying different kinds of monetization schemes.
Cybercriminals defrauded two defense contractors and a university out of more than $150,000 through email scams last year, the FBI has warned companies.
As the field of telecommunication continues to evolve, so should its security. Understanding its current threat landscape can help reduce the impact of crimes and prepare us for future threats.
According to the latest Trend Micro figures, organizations worldwide are faced with an ‘ongoing and often detrimental’ shortage of cybersecurity talent.
Trend Micro researchers found a new Mirai variant in the wild targeting smart signage TV and wireless presentation systems commonly used by businesses.
Norsk Hydro, one of the world’s largest aluminum producers, battled to contain a cyber-attack that halted parts of its production.
The systems of Norwegian aluminum manufacturing company Norsk Hydro were reportedly struck last Tuesday, March 19, by LockerGoga ransomware.
A hacker who previously put more than 840 million user records up for sale has returned with a fourth round of hacked data from six companies, totaling 26.42 million user records.
Federal cybersecurity spending would increase by about 5 percent overall in fiscal 2020 under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, with the Department of Defense getting a big boost and many civilian agencies seeing small cuts or relatively flat funding.
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