Optus data breach “attacker” says sorry, it was a mistake

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A hacker stole the personal information of 10 million Optus customers, threatened to publish them in lots of 10,000 a day unless the ransom was paid, and then suddenly did a 180 degree turn.

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Uber, Rockstar fall to social engineering attacks; and you?

Credit to Author: Chester Wisniewski| Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2022 18:31:26 +0000

Events like this month’s breaches have happened before and will happen again. The task for defenders not directly affected by the Uber and Rockstar attacks, writes Chester Wisniewski, is to learn by putting your own team into those companies’ shoes.

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Smart EV charging in buildings is central to sustainable, green transportation

Credit to Author: Khaled Fakhuri| Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 11:05:40 +0000

Electric vehicles play a key role in combating climate change – but they must be charged sustainably The world is heading toward a wider-ranging and more destructive climate effects if… Read more »

The post Smart EV charging in buildings is central to sustainable, green transportation appeared first on Schneider Electric Blog.

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Building a sustainable future for facilities: how the new energy landscape can help

Credit to Author: Damien Dhellemmes| Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 06:00:03 +0000

Pressure from consumers, investors, and regulators – driven by regional and global initiatives such as the European Energy Directive (EED) and the Paris Agreement – requires global organizations to quickly… Read more »

The post Building a sustainable future for facilities: how the new energy landscape can help appeared first on Schneider Electric Blog.

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