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LISBON (Reuters) - Apple software boss Craig Federighi took the stage at the Web Summit in Lisbon to voice the iPhone maker's objections to EU draft guidelines that could allow customers to install software from outside its App Store.
Cybercriminals, who are becoming increasingly sophisticated, could take advantage of natural disasters such as hurricanes, wildfires and tornadoes to wreak havoc on critical infrastructure, experts say, including transportation, emergency response, water and sewer systems and hospitals.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department charged a Ukraine national and a Russian in one of the worst ransomware attacks against American targets, court filings showed on Monday.
Cybercrime has surged in Europe as criminals exploit opportunities presented by the coronavirus pandemic, said Europol in a report on Internet crime trends released on Nov 11.
Guess who's back? Emotet. The dangerous malware – which attacks via a bogus email – is spreading around the web, warn security experts.
Despite the magnitude of the ransomware problem, most US states don’t have disclosure statutory requirements, so they can’t always warn other agencies that might be hit or help bolster their defences. But that’s starting to change.
PETALING JAYA: The education sector is among the most vulnerable to ransomware threats globally, said Microsoft Malaysia national technology officer Dr Dzahar Mansor.
If you find a mailed envelope from an unrecognised sender and discover one, it’s likely a ruse, US police are warning.
Cybercriminals are following the money as more companies and consumers move online, targeting them with banking Trojans, malware that masquerades as ordinary apps.
Global ransomware attacks increased by 151% in the first half of 2021 compared with 2020 and hackers are set to become increasingly aggressive, Canada’s signals intelligence agency said on Monday.