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The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said on Wednesday that it’s fined Cathay Pacific Airways £500,000 (USD $647,015, €576,992) for failing to secure passengers’ personal details, leading to malware being installed on its server that harvested millions of people’s names, passport and identity details, dates of birth, postal and email addresses, phone numbers and historical...
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At RSA Conference in San Francisco, Steve Lipner, executive director of SAFECode, reflected on some of the mistakes he has made in 50 years of working in IT and cybersecurity. In a talk he introduced as “things I wish I’d done differently,” Lipner named six instances of products and services he’s been involved with. The first was...
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The contentious case of a man held in custody since 2015 for refusing to decrypt two hard drives appears to have reached a resolution of sorts after the US Court of Appeals ordered his release. Former Philadelphia police sergeant Francis Rawls was arrested in September 2015, during which the external hard drives were seized along...
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A Colorado man who worked as a moderator on the infamous AlphaBay marketplace is facing two decades behind bars after pleading guilty to racketeering charges this week. Bryan Connor Herrell, 25, worked on the now-shuttered dark web site settling disputes between buyers and sellers of illicit goods, according to a Department of Justice (DoJ) notice....
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The number of London councils reporting lost or stolen mobile computing devices has more than doubled over the past three financial years, according to new Freedom of Information (FOI) data. Think tank Parliament Street compiled responses from 23 out of the 31 local borough councils that operate across the UK capital. It found that a total...
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A St Louis man has been sentenced to four years behind bars for his part in a major identity fraud campaign in which a group claimed over $12m in tax refunds. Babatunde Olusegun Taiwo will spend 48 months in prison plus three years of supervised release and will pay restitution of $889,712, according to the Department...
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The websites of a major global currency exchange business are still down after a “software virus” struck the firm on New Year’s Eve last week. London-headquartered Travelex, which describes itself as “the world’s leading foreign exchange specialist,” operates online around the world and in airports, as well as supporting travel money services for several high...
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