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Intel Says Range of Chips Vulnerable to Hack, Denies ‘Bug’

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Credits: bloomberg

Intel Corp. confirmed a report saying that its chips contain a feature that makes them vulnerable to hacking, though it said other companies’ semiconductors are also susceptible.

Intel is working with chipmakers including Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and ARM Holdings, and operating system makers to develop […]

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Demand for cyber insurance cover jumps 50%

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Credits: India Times

About 250 companies, including some of the top staterun cover, which is 50% more than what was sold in the past year. With rising attacks, expect robust future demand for cyber risk insurance in India.

Today, cyber risk is the […]

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Cyber expert predicts new generation of ransomware attacks

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Credits: Insurance Mag

Ransomware is likely to continue as one of the greatest evolving cyber threats in 2018, according to Rotem Iram, At-Bay CEO and co-founder.

It was at the core of some of the biggest news stories of 2017, with businesses worldwide […]

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Reddit investigating internal hack after users report stolen Bitcoin Cash tips

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Credits: The Next Web

Another day, another wild mystery in the world of crypto. Reddit has confirmed it is investigating a possible internal security threat after several members of the Bitcoin Cash subreddit – more commonly known as /r/BTC – reported their accounts were purportedly hacked and emptied out […]

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