Massive Data Hack Becomes Personal for German Politicians
Eyal Aharoni, January 13, 2019
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  Targeting politicians with cyber-attacks is not new, cybercriminals, hacktivists and rival nations have been doing this for many years. In 2016, Russian hackers allegedly tried to interfere in the 2016 US presidential election. The British parliament was targeted in mid-2017 in an attempt to access the accounts of hundreds of MPs, Lords, aides and staff by the suspected Russia and North Korea. During July 2018, hackers stole 1.5 million accounts patient data in Singapore including those of.
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The Top Cybersecurity Trends from 2018 and Predictions for 2019
Eyal Wachsman, November 19, 2018
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As this year is coming to a close, we look back at the year in review. In 2018, cybercriminals succeeded to carry out a larger number of cyberattacks and data breaches than any previous year.   The 6 Big Cyber Trends of 2018: Trend #1 – Email Attacks Remain Popular Trend #2 – Cryptojacking and Crypto Hijacking Trend #3 – Zero-Day and Fileless Attacks Trend #4 – Ransomware Keeps Paying Off Trend #5 – Verticals and Industries Remain Prime Targets Trend #6 – Law, Crime, and Punishment   In this.
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Hacking The 2018 Winter Olympics
Eyal Aharoni, February 26, 2018
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The Olympic Destroyer Hacks The Winter Olympics 2018 Swiping Files (Not Medals) In total, 91 national teams participated in the Winter Olympics 2018. The Olympians were not the only stars, major companies such as Samsung and Intel showed off with self-driving cars, virtual-reality viewing stations and super-fast video streaming. This made the Winter Olympics 2018 event the most high-tech Olympic Games in history. To illustrate, Intel launched 1,200 “shooting star” drones to create aerial images.
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