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Cyberattack performed by Anonymous hackers on Israeli government ministry’s website

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Members of Anonymous hacked into the website of the Israeli Periphery Development Ministry’s Galilee Development Authority leaving a message with the organization’s symbol: “Israel is helping human terrorist groups,” they wrote. The website of the Israeli Periphery Development Ministry’s Galilee Development Authority was broken into by hackers from Anonymous, most…

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UK GOVERNMENT ISSUES GUIDELINES FOR CAR MAKERS TO PROTECT AGAINST HACKERS

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The UK Government Has Issued Guidelines To Car Makers To Ensure Internet Connected Cars Are Protected From Hacking Vulnerabilities… THE UK GOVERNMENT has issued guidelines requiring makers of internet-connected cars to ensure are better shielded against cyber vulnerabilities. According to the British Government, it is concerned that ‘smart’ vehicles which…

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Public bodies are vulnerable to hacking – government needs to step up to protect them

more information on sonyhack from leading cyber security expertsSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Barely a month passes in 2017 without some kind of IT failure hitting the headlines, but the hacks, leaks and breaches that make the news may represent just the tip of the iceberg. An investigation by the i newspaper has revealed that public bodies such as […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Your Company Has Been Hacked; Should You Call the Government?

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

U.S. companies’ vulnerability to data security incidents through computer hacking has garnered unprecedented public awareness in the last 12 months. Given our increasing volume of user data generated in business and its significant value, hacking will remain a common feature in the data landscape. In one respect, the most sophisticated…

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Man accused of trying to hack government pensions website to stand trial in Belfast

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Man accused of trying to hack government pensions website to stand trial in Belfast

A man is to stand trial in Belfast for allegedly trying to infiltrate a government pensions website as part of a major computer hacking operation, a judge ruled on Monday. Daniel Marincu, 32, was allegedly involved in an identity fraud scam uncovered during a raid on a Belfast apartment. He…

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How federal government departments are protecting Australians’ data against cyber hack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

How federal government departments are protecting Australians’ data against cyber hack

The federal government has conceded it can’t be certain public service departments are secure against major hacking attacks, as Malcolm Turnbull’s senior cyber adviser suggested Australia might have dodged the latest international crisis because it fell during the weekend. At least eight Australian businesses have been infected by the bug crippling some systems in Britain, Europe and the US, with …

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Budget’s cybersecurity allocations welcomed as government focuses on fixing past mistakes

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Budget’s cybersecurity allocations welcomed as government focuses on fixing past mistakes

After a year in which Budget allocations focused on cybersecurity industry and capability development, that industry has cautiously welcomed the more targeted funding announced as the Turnbull government uses this week’s federal Budget for 2017-18 to respond to a series of government IT-security disasters. Industry enthusiasm focused on the $10.7m allocation, over the next four years, for the creation of …

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Turkish government delays to announce number of child abuse cases

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ At least 4 different cases of child abuse were revealed in Turkey only in April this year. A 14-year-old middle-school student in the city of Amasya, for instance, was taken to …

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ACLU Issues Guide for Defense Attorneys on Unconstitutional Government Use of Bulk Hacking

In 2015, the FBI used a single warrant, issued by a single judge, to hack into and search more than 8,000 computers in 120 countries around the world. The government designed software to infiltrate computers and bypass security- and privacy-enhancing … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

The U.S. government is stockpiling lists of “zero day” software bugs that let it hack into iPhones

When the U.S. government couldn’t force Apple to give it access to the iPhone used by the shooter in the San Bernardino massacre, it reportedly paid $1 million for a secret software vulnerability that gave it full access to the … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures