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A Russia-based ransomware group responsible for a new wave of attacks against US hospitals is laying the groundwork to cripple at least ten more, according to the cybersecurity firm Prevailion Inc.
(Reuters) - The Louisiana National Guard was called in to stop a series of cyberattacks aimed at small government offices across the state in recent weeks, according to two people with knowledge of the events, highlighting the cyber threat facing local governments in the run up to the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
A week after Microsoft Corp led a global attack against one of the world’s most prolific malware groups, the company says it’s winning an ongoing battle to temporarily destabilise the malicious botnet ahead of the US presidential election.
The Russian Embassy in Washington has refuted US claims of alleged Russian involvement in a major cyberattack targeting officials and various large-scale events, with an embassy representative telling Sputnik that Russia has no intention of engaging in destabilising operations.
The US charged six current and former members of Russia’s military intelligence agency for allegedly carrying out some of the world’s most destructive hacking attacks from 2015 to 2019, including knocking out Ukraine’s power grid and causing almost US$1bil (RM4.14bil) in damage to three American companies.
Tokyo Olympics organisers said they were on constant alert for cyberattacks on Oct 20 but had yet to suffer “significant impact” after Britain accused Russia of targeting the Games.
LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Britain and the United States on Monday condemned what they said were a litany of malicious cyberattacks orchestrated by Russian military intelligence, including attempts to disrupt next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
As Halloween is only two weeks away, here are scary movies about privacy invasions that serve as cautionary tales about stranger danger on the Internet.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The majority of the 146,000 public servants here will be able to access the Internet securely without the need for a separate device come Nov 2, thanks to a new remote browsing technology solution.
A coalition of technology companies used a federal court order unsealed Monday to begin dismantling one of the world’s most dangerous botnets in an effort to preempt disruptive cyberattacks before next month’s US presidential election.