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A security analysis of cyber-attacks against universities and colleges in the UK has discovered staff or students could often be responsible, rather than organised crime or hacking groups who are often blamed for these cyber attacks.
The most effective hackers keep things simple, something organizations must take into account.
How the security industry can both make money and stay true to its core values, and why that matters.

Government regulation is key to minimizing the misuse of cryptocurrencies for cybercrime, says Brett Johnson, a longtime cybercriminal who now consults on ways to prevent crime.

Football-themed emails and Web pages target fans with fake giveaways and the chance to snag overpriced, illegitimate 'guest tickets.'

More than one in three health care providers have been hit with a cyber-attack over the past year, according to Imperva. This has caused 10% of them to pay a ransom or other extortion-related fee.

As the popularity around cryptocurrency has continued to boom in 2018, it has also tempting target for cash-hungry scammers to launch “cryptocurrency giveaway scams.”

Amid an accelerating popularity of cryptocurrency, millions of online users have been running the risk of being left high and dry since the cybercriminals have started unleashing a huge threat with crypto jacking.

Even after the identification of a criminal operation that has been inserting malware into the firmware of the low-cost Android devices, it is still operating in many cellphones.

The FBI issued a warning on Friday claiming that Russian computer criminals had compromised hundreds of thousands of office and home routers and could shut down network traffics or collect user information.
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