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A Third of Companies Would Consider Paying Hackers

A Third of Companies Would Consider Paying Hackers

Several companies are opting for short-term reactive cybersecurity despite high profile ransomeware attacks.

House of Representatives Passes Bill Banning Government use of Chinese Surveillance Gear

House of Representatives Passes Bill Banning Government Use of Chinese Surveillance Gear

The $717 billion defense-policy bill is the latest move against Chinese technology on the basis of national security concerns.

Royal Wedding Sparks Huge Security Operation

Royal Wedding Sparks Huge Security Operation

Local police said they began preparing security plans for the big day as soon as the couple disclosed details on the venue for the wedding.

7 Dead in Australias Worst Mass Shooting in Decades

7 Dead in Australia's Worst Mass Shooting in Decades

This is considered to be the worst mass shooting in the nation since 1996.

Van Mounts Curb in Toronto, Injures at least 8 Pedestrians

Van Mounts Curb in Toronto, Kills 10 People and Injures 15

The driver of the van fled after jumping the curb and injuring at least eight people.

Facebook Announces Data Security Measures that Comply with EUs GDPR

Facebook Announces Data Security Measures that Comply with EUs GDPR

The social media platform has announced new opt outs that allow users to choose how their data is being used.

Russia Blamed for Coordinated Cyberattacks

Russia Blamed for Coordinated Cyberattacks

The hackers have tried to breach routers, switches and firewalls in an effort to breach organizations across the globe, according to officials.

Zuckerburg Admits Fault, Facebook Releases List of Fixes

Zuckerberg Admits Fault, Facebook Releases List of Fixes

Mark Zuckerberg released his remarks to Congress following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.



Rome Boosts Easter Security Following Terror Alerts

Rome Boosts Easter Security Following Terror Alerts

Rome is on high alert following terror warnings that have, so far, turned out to be false.

Review Finds Fire Service Delayed Two Hours Responding to Manchester Bombing

Review Finds Fire Service Delayed Two Hours Responding to Manchester Bombing

The Fire Service was effectively "outside the loop."

Justice Department Announces Charges in $3.4 Billion Cyber Theft Campaign

Justice Department Announces Charges in $3.4 Billion Cyber Theft Campaign

The cyber theft campaign was targeting American universities, companies and government entities.

Dems Propose more than $1 Billion for Election Security

Dems Propose more than $1 Billion for Election Security

The Election Security Act would provide $1 billion for the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to give to states to buy voting machines.

Malware Attacks Look to Disrupt Winter Olympics

Malware Attacks Look to Disrupt Winter Olympics

Cybersecurity firms are confirming that a computer malware attack dubbed "Olympic Destroyer" hit Wi-Fi systems at the Winter Games.

Soldiers Called in to Replace over 1,000 Sick Security Staff Members

Soldiers Called in to Replace over 1,000 Sick Security Staff Members

Soldiers have taken on the work of guarding Pyeongchang's ice area ahead of the Winter Olympics' Opening Ceremony.

Winter Olympic Security Includes Drones that Catch Drones

Winter Olympic Security Includes Drones that Catch Drones

Security personnel will be on the lookout for suspicious drones during the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Bitcoin Security Scrutinized After $534 Million Stolen

Bitcoin Security Scrutinized After $534 Million Stolen

Japanese bitcoin exchange, Coincheck, is inspecting its cryptocurrency exchanges following $534 million theft.

Winter Olympics Security Scrutinized Less than a Month Before Games Start

Winter Olympics Security Scrutinized Less than a Month Before Games Start

The security of the Winter Olympics is analyzed just days before the Games kick off in Pyeongchang.

Hotel Security, Police Intercept Burglary of Ritz Hotel in Paris

Hotel Security, Police Intercept Burglary of Ritz Hotel in Paris

An organized burglary of Paris' Ritz Hotel was disrupted by hotel security measures and the police on Wednesday night.

£3 Million Investment Gives Overseas Prison Officers Body-Cams

£3 Million Investment Gives Overseas Prison Officers Body-Cams

Officers welcome Ministry of Justice's new measures for England and Wales, including trial of incapacitant spray.

Ransomware Targets Transit and Goverment Organizations in Ukraine, Russia

Ransomware Targets Transit and Goverment Organizations in Ukraine, Russia

A new ransomware called Bad Rabbit (variant of Petya) is spreading through Ukraine and Russia.

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