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Archive by category: Data BreachesReturn
Oct 07, 2019
One month on and Danish hearing aid manufacturer and retailer Demant has yet to recover from their ransomware incident...
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Oct 01, 2019
Here's everything you need to know about data breaches and cyber security threats from September.
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Sep 09, 2019
August was an interesting month in terms of cyber security.
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Aug 07, 2019
July was an eventful month in terms of cyber security and saw a frightening amount of breaches – A total of 2,359,114,047 breached records to be exact.
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Jun 03, 2019
Believe it or not, but May 2019 was actually the busiest month of the year so far regarding critical security vulnerabilities and patch announcements.
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May 28, 2019
Social media giants Facebook and Twitter have reportedly removed and suspended a number of accounts following inauthentic and manipulating behaviour. The accounts, which were located in (yes, you guessed it) Russia and Iran, were removed after Chief Executive and big boss at Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg identified them as being misleading.
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May 28, 2019
While most businesses celebrated a glorious Easter Bank Holiday Weekend during April, hackers hopped into action to see what data treats they could get their hands on. Here’s the latest from April:
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Apr 11, 2019
You’d have thought the start of spring with its new leases of life would have also brought new leases of cyber attacks, however breaches have been few and far between this March, which you know, is always a good thing! One story that has been making an appearance on a regular basis however is the potential threats that are being posed by Huawei and the UK national infrastructure…making the progress of 5G rather confusing!
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Apr 04, 2019
Norwegian aluminium company, Hydro recently fell victim to a major cyber-attack in March. The cyber-attack which saw malicious malware infect the firm’s networks caused the company to lose approximately 300 million Norwegian Kroner, equating to £25.6 million.
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Mar 21, 2019
News broke recently of an academy in Bridport Dorset that became the victim of a cyber-attack which installed ransomware on the school network and has resulted in the loss of GCSE coursework. The attack, which happened on the 28 February, came after a member of staff accidentally clicked a malware-infected link within an email; the email was sent from China and forwarded via a server in Germany making it appear more legitimate. Now, Sir John Colfox Academy in Bridport faces a demand for money to...
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