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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.
Guess who's back? Emotet. The dangerous malware – which attacks via a bogus email – is spreading around the web, warn security experts.
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.
(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.
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.
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.
Is the Squid Game craze taking over the world of cryptocurrencies as well?
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.