Up to 10 million people potentially impacted by JD Sports breach

Categories: News

Tags: JD Sports

Tags: data breach

Tags: stolen

Tags: unauthorised

Tags: access

Tags: data

Tags: customers

Tags: phish

Tags: social engineering

We take a look at JD Sports revealing a breach which took place between 2018 and 2020, and how this could impact those affected.

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Protect yourself from Vishing Attack!!

Credit to Author: Digvijay Mane| Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2022 12:16:10 +0000

“Humans are the weakest link in cybersecurity.” Data breaches worldwide prove this accurate, as human errors, lack of…

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Virtual kidnapping scam strikes again. Spot the signs

Categories: News

Tags: virtual kidnapping

Tags: kidnap

Tags: scam

Tags: fake

Tags: fraud

Tags: ransom

Tags: victim

Tags: wire transfer

Tags: digital payment

Tags: venmo

Tags: cashapp

Tags: social engineering

Tags: phone call

Tags: mobile

Tags: relative

A recent scam has been making the rounds that attempts to fool you into thinking a loved one has been kidnapped.

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The weirdest security stories of 2022

Categories: News

Tags: Weird

Tags: 2022

Tags: infosec

Tags: social engineering

Tags: scam

Tags: romance

Tags: deepfake

Tags: video games

Tags: advertising

Tags: advergaming

Tags: apes

Tags: NFT

Tags: 419

Tags: space

Tags: astronaut

We take a look at the weirdest security related stories of 2022—from apes to the great unknowns of space.

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ZINC weaponizing open-source software

Credit to Author: Katie McCafferty| Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 16:00:00 +0000

In recent months, Microsoft detected weaponization of legitimate open-source software by an actor the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) tracks as ZINC, targeting employees at media, defense and aerospace, and IT service provider organizations in the US, UK, India, and Russia.

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