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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Hackers-for-hire emerged as the biggest threat to online security in the last 15 months, with the COVID-19 pandemic and home working creating opportunities for cybercriminals, EU cybersecurity agency ENISA said in its annual report on Wednesday.
Cryptocurrencies' popularity could undermine effectiveness of US sanctions, reducing the countries' capacity to penalise its political foes.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Apple Inc on Wednesday ramped up its criticism of EU draft rules that would force it to allow users to install software from outside its App Store, saying that would boost the risk of cybercriminals and malware.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco on Wednesday unveiled two new Justice Department enforcement initiatives aimed at targeting cryptocurrencies and government contractors who fail to report cyber breaches.
(Reuters) -The Transportation Security Administration will introduce new regulations that compel the most important U.S. railroad and airport operators to improve their cybersecurity procedures, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said on Wednesday.
Users relate how poor security practices have resulted in their accounts getting hijacked, leading to irrecoverable loss of personal data and business.
Global meatpacking giant JBS USA paid US$11mil (RM45mil) to hackers to stop a ransomware attack that occurred the month prior and experts say it won't end there.
Hiring and keeping staff capable of helping fend off a constant stream of cyberattacks and less severe online threats tops the list of concerns for state technology leaders.
The clearest indication that you have been hacked is when you may not be able to access your account using your regular username and password, or if a suspicious purchase is charged to one of your bank accounts.