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List of data breaches and cyber attacks in June 2021 – 9.8 million records breached

IT Governance

If you find yourself facing a cyber security disaster, IT Governance is here to help. million records breached appeared first on IT Governance UK Blog. We found a comparatively low 9,780,931 breached records from publicly disclosed security incidents in June 2021.

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Happy 13th Birthday, KrebsOnSecurity!

Krebs on Security

Big Yellow and Avira weren’t the only established brands cashing in on crypto hype as a way to appeal to a broader audience: The venerable electronics retailer RadioShack wasted no time in announcing plans to launch a cryptocurrency exchange. KrebsOnSecurity turns 13 years old today.

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In a Few Days, Credit Freezes Will Be Fee-Free

Krebs on Security

There are dozens of private companies that specialize in providing consumer credit reports and scores to specific industries, including real estate brokers, landlords, insurers, debt buyers, employers, banks, casinos and retail stores. In addition, the law requires the big three bureaus to offer free electronic credit monitoring services to all active duty military personnel.

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Group-IB presents its annual report on global threats to stability in cyberspace

Security Affairs

According to Group-IB’s experts, the most frustrating trend of 2019 was the use of cyberweapons in military operations. As for 2019, it has become the year of covert military operations in cyberspace. The threat actor mainly targets insurance, consulting, and construction companies.

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The Hacker Mind Podcast: Going Passwordless


For example, here’s Jerry Lewis in a scene from a 1950s film, where he’s trying to break into a Nazi German military base. Passwords are everywhere, but they probably weren't intended to be used as much as they are today. Is there something more secure? Something better?