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In a story that is a horrific example of what can go wrong from a cybersecurity perspective for government agencies, the Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner’s (OVIC) has made public findings that an ex-contractor was able to access a key Victorian government IT system 260 times in the year after leaving the service provider for which they worked.
Last week, as Apple was taking the wraps off its new product lines, ransomware threat actors were providing a daring heist – promising “data on the upcoming releases of the company so beloved by many”
The system administrator of an elite Ukrainian hacking group that stole more than 15 million credit cards and bank account details has been sentenced to a decade in US federal prison.
U.S. Dept of Treasury has imposed sweeping sanctions against Russia for “undermining the conduct of free and fair elections and democratic institutions”
Microsoft says more than 1000 engineers were likely involved in SolarWinds, the size of which continues to beggar belief as more details emerge.
While enjoying a surge in recent popularity due to Whatsapp’s issues, Telegram has found itself in its own troubles, with an important privacy function not quite operating the way it was meant to.
The startling details highlight that cyber threats are ubiquitous today and can hit anywhere, any time and almost any target.