Sat.May 30, 2020

Suspected Hacker Faces Money Laundering, Conspiracy Charges

Data Breach Today

FBI: NYC Man Allegedly Found With Thousands of Stolen Payment Card Numbers A New York City man is facing federal charges after FBI agents arrested him at John F. Kennedy Airport with a PC allegedly containing thousands of stolen credit card numbers.


API Security and Hackers: What?s the Need?

Security Affairs

API Security – There is a considerable demand for data-centric projects, that is why companies have quickly opened their data to their ecosystem through REST or SOAP APIs. APIs work as doors for a company – closely guarding data of an organization.

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Former IT Administrator Sentenced in Insider Threat Case

Data Breach Today

Charles E. Taylor Caused $800,000 in Damages to His Former Company A former IT administrator for an Atlanta-based building products distribution company has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison after he sabotaged the firm by changing router passwords and damaging a critical command server.

This $350 "Anti-5G" Device Is Apparently Just a USB Stick

WIRED Threat Level

Plus: A LiveJournal hack, Qatar's contact tracing privacy failure, and more of the week's top security news. Security Security / Security News

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

NetWalker ransomware gang threatens to release Michigan State University files

Security Affairs

Michigan State University is the last victim of the NetWalker ransomware, attackers threaten to leak stolen files if it will not pay the ransom in seven days.

A new COVID-19-themed campaign targets Italian users

Security Affairs

Security researchers uncovered a new COVID-19-themed campaign targeting users of the National Institute for Social Security (INPS).