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The US' drinking water supplies are vulnerable to large-scale distruption and have "absolutely inadequate" cybersecurity, warn senior officials.
IN a pandemic ravaged world, organisations need to find ways to enhance their cloud security to support seamless remote access without affecting employees’ productivity.
The paper says banks and financial institutions should make sure the growth in digital banking is not not be marred by a corresponding surge in cybercrime.
KYIV (Reuters) - Unidentified hackers briefly took down a promotional website for Ukraine's foreign ministry for several hours on Wednesday, the ministry said, amid increased tensions between Kyiv and Moscow over a massive build-up of Russian forces near their borders.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's internet appears to have been hit by a second wave of outages in as many weeks, possibly caused by a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, researchers said on Wednesday.
In a tweet, the hacktivists demanded the release of "the 50 political prisoners who are most in need of medical assistance” and the removal of Russian troops from Belarus.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Hackers launched a cyber attack on Canada's foreign ministry last week and some services are still down, officials said on Monday without disclosing who Ottawa thought was responsible.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Friday its head of security is no longer at the company and its chief information security officer will depart in the coming weeks.
The Red Cross was hit by a cyberattack, where hackers seized the personal data of more than a half million people from its database of vulnerable people.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden's administration is releasing a fresh set of requirements for America's most secure networks, mandating the use of government-approved encryption and ordering officials to report breaches to the National Security Agency (NSA.)