Cyber Security News

January 2023

1.

Small Businesses Count Cost Of Royal Mail's Cyber Attack

2.

GoTo Data Breach Saw Encrypted Backups Taken

3.

Walmart's Roblox 'Advergame' Deceives Kids, Watchdog Told

4.

Coinbase Says Data Security Suit Belongs in Arbitration

5.

TikTok Browser Tracks Users' Web Activities, Lawsuits Claim



6.

Wikimedia Tells Justices NSA Surveillance Case Is Important

7.

Crypto Exec's 'Brazen' $7.6M Fraud Merits 13 Years, Feds Say

8.

Switch to IP Networks Will Aid Robocall Fight, FCC Told

9.

Chinese IoT Suppliers Expose UK Businesses to Espionage and Data Theft

10.

UK Insurers Need to Up Their Game on Cyber Gaps, Says PRA


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11.

SSRF Attacks Hit 100,000 Businesses Globally Since November

12.

ChatGPT Malware Shows It's Time to Get 'More Serious' About Security

13.

Cyber Firms Find Fewer Ransomware Victims Willing to Pay

14.

T-Mobile Hit with Suits in Fla., Calif. Over Latest Breach

15.

Trellix Automates Patching for 62,000 Vulnerable Open Source Projects



16.

Royal Society Calls on Public Sector to Pilot Privacy Tech

17.

NCSC Warning Over Cyber Risk to Charity Sector

18.

CommonSpirit Health Faces Class Action Lawsuit in Wake Of Healthcare Data Breach

19.

Hacking Accounted for Nearly 80% Of Healthcare Data Breaches Last Year

20.

Royal Mail Making Limited Progress on Ransomware Recovery



21.

Insurers in Talks on Adding State-backed Cyber to UK Reinsurance Scheme

22.

Royal Mail Resumes 'Limited' Overseas Deliveries After Cyber Attack

23.

T-Mobile Investigates Data Breach Impacting 37m Accounts

24.

In-the-Wild Exploitation Of Recent ManageEngine Vulnerability Commences

25.

Sophisticated 'Vastflux' Ad Fraud Scheme That Spoofed 1,700 Apps Disrupted



26.

Critical Vulnerabilities Patched in OpenText Enterprise Content Management System

27.

PayPal Warns 35,000 Users Of Credential Stuffing Attacks

28.

Pa. Court Says Reporter Can't Uncover Pipeline Emails

29.

Neustar Can't Keep Docs Secret in Russia Election Fees Case

30.

Albright Scratches Patent Claims in Website Data Spat

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