UK threatens Clearview AI with nearly $23M fine over its facial recognition tech

Regulators say the company committed "alleged serious breaches" of the nation's data protection laws.

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Wind turbine giant Vestas says data was compromised in security incident

by Tim Starks • 1 week ago

The company says it's getting its systems back online.

TikTok scammers tried hacking 125 targets that followed famous accounts, researchers find

by AJ Vicens • 2 weeks ago

How many accounts the attackers breached remains unclear.

Hackers fire off hoax email messages from FBI account after exploiting misconfigured server

by Tim Starks • 2 weeks ago

No personally identifiable information was compromised in the incident, the bureau said.

The benefits of understanding industrial technology

by CyberScoop Staff • 3 weeks ago

What leaders should know about the absence of effective operational technology cybersecurity and how it can exacerbate cybersecurity risk.

Robinhood breach exposed information on 7 million people

by Tim Starks • 3 weeks ago

The company said it doesn't believe Social Security or bank account numbers were accessed.

Hackers with Chinese links breach defense, energy targets, including one in US

by Tim Starks • 3 weeks ago

The goal, seemingly, was "the gathering and exfiltration of sensitive documents from the compromised organization."

Feds likely to fall short of deadline for strengthening encryption, multifactor authentication

by Tim Starks • 4 weeks ago

The May executive order was drafted as a result of the SolarWinds cyber-espionage campaign.

Suspect in scheme to breach major Twitter accounts is now charged with hacking crypto executives

by AJ Vicens • 4 weeks ago

"I don't care," the suspect previously told the New York Times. "They can come arrest me. I would laugh at them. I haven't done anything."

Sinclair Broadcast Group says ransomware incident not 'fully resolved' weeks after breach

by AJ Vicens • 4 weeks ago

The extent of the incident remains unknown, the company said.

CISA tells agencies to fix hundreds of software flaws, prep for future vulnerabilities

by Tim Starks • 4 weeks ago

CISA wants agencies to tackle nearly 300 flaws in all, ranging from within two weeks to six months.

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