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A new organization has been established in the United States to share information regarding cyber-threats with political campaigns. The US CyberDome PC-ISAO is the first-ever political campaign information sharing and analysis organization to be created in America. It was formed by neutral American non-profit organization US CyberDome and officially launched on March 11. “US CyberDome is a...
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Researchers at the University of Texas have found a way to bamboozle malicious hackers into giving away their secrets. The DEEP-Dig (DEcEPtion DIGging) method tricks hackers onto a decoy site set up to record whatever sneaky tactics are thrown at it. This information is then fed into a computer, where it is analyzed to produce clues on...
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An employee at a New York City medical center was tricked into giving out patient information by a threat actor purporting to be one of the facility’s executives.  The data was shared by an individual at community-based non-profit the VillageCare Rehabilitation and Nursing Center (VCRN) who had received what they believed to be a genuine email from...
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Several mobile apps such as Grindr, OKCupid and Tinder have been found to be leaking personal information to advertising tech companies in possible violation of European data privacy laws, an investigation by a Norwegian consumer group has discovered. As stated in the Out of Control report, the Norwegian Consumer Council, a government-funded non-profit group, commissioned...
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