List of data breaches and cyber attacks in April 2021 – 1 billion records breached

IT Governance

It was another busy month in the cyber security sector, as we discovered 143 incidents that resulted in 1,098,897,134 breached records. Ransomware was again one of the biggest contributors to that total, accounting for almost one in three data breaches.

Florida Man Arrested in SIM Swap Conspiracy

Krebs on Security

Officers responding to the report searched the residence and found multiple cell phones and SIM cards, as well as files on the kid’s computer that included “an extensive list of names and phone numbers of people from around the world.” But these precautions may serve as little protection against crooked insiders working at mobile phone retail locations.

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Cross-Post from Out of the Stacks: How to Convert Your Home Movie Tapes to Digital

The Texas Record

The Talking Book Program, the Library Development Network and the State Librarian himself, Mark Smith all use the blog format to communicate with the people and agencies who rely on us. However, DVDs will work as a bridge to get your video into a computer.

Guest Blog: TalkingTrust. What’s driving the security of IoT?

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

Imagine a world where the retail value of your car actually grows over time – that’s now becoming a reality. Electronic control unit (ECU) threats : malicious firmware updates act as a ‘trojan horse’ which allows the hacker to imitate trust and remotely access vehicle control systems.

Security Ledger Podcast: Security Automation Is (And Isn't) The Future Of InfoSec

ForAllSecure

Advances in the use of polymers revolutionized everything from food packaging to electronics, telecommunication and medicine. David Brumley is the chief executive officer at the firm for ForAllSecure and a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University.

Security Ledger Podcast: Security Automation Is (And Isn't) The Future Of InfoSec

ForAllSecure

Advances in the use of polymers revolutionized everything from food packaging to electronics, telecommunication and medicine. Machine learning algorithms are already being used in transportation to ease road congestion, in healthcare to spot medical errors and improve patient care and in retail to improve the customer shopping experience. David Brumley is the chief executive officer at the firm for ForAllSecure and a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University.