#nationalcybersecuritymonth | What is stalkerware, and how can it hurt you?

Ignored for years despite being one of the most dangerous forms of malware, the greatest trick stalkerware ever played was convincing the world that it didn’t exist.  Until recently, cybersecurity […]

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Ramaphosa’s speech underscores weak SA credit outlook – Fitch

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address offered only partial detail on key policy areas like the electricity sector and underscored a weak outlook for the country’s […]

#infosec | US Education Non-Profit Leaks Data on Thousands of Students

A US education non-profit appears to have unwittingly leaked the personal information of thousands of students after leaving two online MongoDB databases exposed. The privacy snafu was discovered by noted […]

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Dark Web Fentanyl trafficker, ‘The Drug Llama,’ sentenced to 13 years in federal prison

ST. LOUIS -Melissa Scanlan, known as ‘The Drug Llama,’ has been sentenced to 160 months in federal prison in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois […]

#infosec | US Slaps More IP Theft and Sanctions-Busting Charges on Huawei

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) turned the heat up on Huawei on Thursday by filing new charges of racketeering and conspiracy to steal trade secrets. The new charges build […]

#nationalcybersecuritymonth | Hackers could shut down satellites

Last month, SpaceX became the operator of the world’s largest active satellite constellation. As of the end of January, the company had 242 satellites orbiting the planet with plans […]

#infosec | US Chain Rutter’s Hit by POS Malware Dating Back to 2018

Rutter’s has become the latest US convenience store chain to suffer a breach of customer card data via Point of Sale (POS) malware. Notified by a third party about potential […]