Oh no I didn't, says disgraced ex-Kaspersky guy
An accused Russian hacker has claimed Kaspersky's former head of investigations blackmailed him into stealing approximately £150,000 from local banks.?
37-year-old was extradited to Blighty to stand trial
A Bulgarian phishing criminal who created fake versions of legitimate companies' websites as part of a £40m fraud has been jailed.?
Perception is an illusion, grasshopper
Security surveys tend to confirm what we already knew a few months ago and the 2019 Global Cyber Risk Perception Survey (PDF) from Marsh and Microsoft does not disappoint.?
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Two Americans used bogus virus-infection alerts to bilk $10m out of PC owners, it is alleged.?
Patch now before miscreants sail off with your apps, data
Video IT departments using the Harbor container registry will want to update the software ASAP, following Thursday's disclosure of a bug that can be exploited by users to gain administrator privileges.?
Shareholders NotHappy stock offloaded in NotPetya aftermath
FedEx execs not only hid the impact of the NotPetya ransomware on their business but personally profited by selling off tens of millions of dollars of their own shares before the truth came out, a lawsuit filed by the delivery business? ...
Add in Brexit outsourcing mess and it's plain to see why young international scholars get duped
Scammers are exploiting Chinese students' Brexit fears by targeting them with phishing emails claiming their visas could be revoked, threat intel researchers say.?
Two-seat jet crashed in France
A Belgian F-16 fighter jet pilot has been rescued from a power line after getting into difficulties and ejecting from his stricken aircraft.?
Whatever you do, don't pay the ransom
Analysis WannaCry ? the file-scrambling ransomware that infamously locked up Britain's NHS and a bunch of other organisations worldwide in May 2017 ? is still a live-ish threat to this day, infosec researchers reckon.?
Symantec says Tortoiseshell crew ransacked suppliers
Miscreants are hacking into Saudi Arabian IT providers in an attempt to compromise their real targets: said providers' customers, according to Symantec.?