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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Foreign hackers compromised Russian federal agencies in a digital espionage campaign that Russian officials described as unprecedented in scope and sophistication.
PETALING JAYA: Companies will now need to pay more attention to cybersecurity threats given the nature of the workplace which has now transited to a hybrid of remote working and working at the office.
Recent cyber attacks have called attention to how vulnerable companies and governments are at the hands of hackers, though experts say the public is still complacent.
Money laundering remains a serious threat to the Philippines, which has had its share of embarrassing incidents in the past such as the Bangladesh central bank heist where US$81mil (RM335mil) in stolen money vanished in local casinos in 2016.’
The paper says money laundering may have adverse impacts on the integrity and standing of the Philippine financial market.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation said that the same group of online extortionists blamed for striking the Irish health system last week have also hit at least 16 U.S. medical and first response networks in the past year.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Digital extortion attempts are returning to their pre-Colonial Pipeline levels, according to data and interviews with some incident responders, suggesting that the upheaval around the hack that paralyzed a major U.S. fuel conduit has yet to curb cybercriminals' appetite for ransoms.
Lack of reporting doesn't mean lack of incidents, and expert available information indicates that small businesses are an exceptionally popular ransomware target.