Cyber Security News

May 2024

1.

Cyber CX Expands NZ Presence with New Auckland Office

2.

How Can Cyber Attacks Affect Critical Infrastructure Organizations?

3.

The Role Of Cyber Security in AI System Development

4.

PSNI Faces £750,000 Fine for Massive Data Breach Last Year

5.

Can We Fix the Human Error Problem in Cyber Security?


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6.

Malware Backdoor Found in Software Used By Courtrooms

7.

FCC Probing Unauthorized Navigation Satellite Signals in US

8.

Parliamentarians Warn Of UK Election Threat From Russia, China and North Korea

9.

Networks Emerge as Catalyst for Digital Business Success

10.

HMRC Boosts Data Scientist Numbers


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11.

Flagship Bose Headphones Make Surprisingly Rare Appearance [Setups]

12.

Cyber Attackers Using 'Cat-phishing' Techniques, Says Report

13.

Why a 'Single Locked Door' Isn't Enough to Stop Cyber Attacks

14.

TikTok, YouTube Must Produce European Privacy Data in MDL

15.

Ex-Bank CEO Cops to Embezzling $47M to Pay Crypto Scam



16.

House Panel Moves Data Privacy Bill, While Vowing Revisions

17.

Charges Tossed for Army Doc, Wife in Russia Data Leak Case

18.

Legal Marketer, Ark. Firm Agree to End Trade Secrets Suit

19.

NC High Court Sees No DA Conflict in Cyber Stalking Case

20.

Ark. Judge Sides with Insurer's Cyber Policy Interpretation


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21.

Northern Ireland Police Face £750,000 Fine After Data Protection Blunder Put Lives at Risks

22.

Cyber Force Study Gets Added to House Panel's 2025 Defense Policy Bill

23.

Data Loss Prevention Should Be Pre-requisite for Copilot, CRN Channel Meets Attendees Told

24.

IOS 17.5.1 Patches Bug That Caused Deleted Images to Reappear [Updated]

25.

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26.

Neb. Takes Aim at TikTok for 'Exploiting' Teen Users

27.

Caesars Escapes Privacy Suit Over Online Video Games

28.

WeChat Users Must Arbitrate Privacy Row, Calif. Panel Says

29.

NYSE Parent Agrees to $10M SEC Fine Over Cyber Breach

30.

Hacking Groups' New Favourite Way Of Keeping Their Attacks Hidden: ORBs

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