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Senate Defense Bill Aims to Scrub Cyber Adversaries from U.S. Military Tech

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Credits: nextgov

Companies that sell equipment and services to the U.S. military will be forced to disclose business ties that allow foreign governments to access their sensitive data, such as software source code, under the Senate version of an annual defense bill.

Both Russia and China have required […]

By |May 26th, 2018|Cyber News|

Cyber crime: Under-reporting of attacks gives hackers a green light, say police

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Credits: zdnet

Organisations which don’t report that they’ve been the victim of cyber crime are putting others at risk of further attacks and are hampering the authorities’ ability to fight against hackers, the UK’s serious and organised crime unit has warned.

The National Crime […]

By |May 15th, 2018|Cyber News|

Digital-keen customers put airport cyber security at risk

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Credits: ABC NEWS

Air passengers’ growing desire for a seamless digital experience is putting airports at greater risk of cyber attack, a new study has found. The report from PA Consulting, Overcome the Silent Threat, said that a “hyper-connected model” where passengers […]

By |May 15th, 2018|Cyber News|

Are 8 new ‘Spectre-class’ flaws in Intel CPUs about to be exposed?

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Credits: Zdnet

A report by German tech site heise.de says Intel’s CPUs are affected by eight new “Spectre-class” vulnerabilities, including one found by Google’s Project Zero, which identified the first set of CPU flaws known as Meltdown and Spectre.

The site reports that the bugs have been assigned CVE […]

By |May 6th, 2018|Cyber News|