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LONDON (Reuters) - Suspected North Korean hackers have tried to break into the systems of British drugmaker AstraZeneca in recent weeks, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, as the company races to deploy its vaccine for the COVID-19 virus.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea’s intelligence agency foiled North Korean attempts to hack into South Korean companies developing coronavirus vaccines, lawmakers said on Friday (Nov 27).
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's intelligence agency foiled North Korean attempts to hack into South Korean companies developing coronavirus vaccines, lawmakers said on Friday.
Online video games can be used to propagate extremist ideologies and even prepare attacks, the EU’s anti-terrorist coordinator told AFP in an interview in which he urged more regulation.
Hackers are increasingly penetrating the computer networks of hospitals and other vitally important organisations in Germany, according to a newspaper report.
Why you shouldn’t click on links from strangers and what’s being done to curb health-related misinformation on social media.
As the number of online devices surges and superfast 5G connections roll out, record numbers of companies are offering handsome rewards to ethical hackers who successfully attack their cybersecurity systems.
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday fired top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs in a message on Twitter, accusing him without evidence of making a "highly inaccurate" statement affirming the Nov. 3 election was secure and rejecting claims of fraud.
Microsoft Corp said it has developed a security technology that chipmakers Intel Corp and Advanced Micro Devices Inc plan to incorporate into personal-computer processors to boost their ability to ward off hackers and cyberattacks.
Experts say deepfakes have the potential to disrupt financial markets and aid fraud, but there remain few real-world examples so far. People in China are growing increasingly concerned about deepfakes and biometric data leaks as the use of facial recognition grows.