Cyber Security News

January 2023

31.

Asylum Seekers Take Feds to Court Over ICE Data Breach

32.

Equifax Breach Remark Not Meant as Stock Tip, Court Told

33.

DataCore Software-defined Storage Helps Car Firm Avoid Breakdowns

34.

Majority Of GAO's Cyber Recommendations Since 2010 Have Gone Unresolved

35.

APAC Consumers Expect Human-like Service From Chatbots


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36.

Dress Your M2 MacBook Pro in a Stylish New WaterField Magnetic Laptop Sleeve

37.

T-Mobile Says Hackers Used API to Steal Data on 37 Million Accounts

38.

Meta Slapped with 5.5 Million Euro Fine for EU Data Breach

39.

Credential Leakage Fueling Rise in API Breaches

40.

T-Mobile Says 37M Customers' Info Exposed to Hackers


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41.

MLB Says Meta Video Sharing Suit Fails and Lacks Standing

42.

'Easy to Hack' Wendy's Franchisee Blamed for Data Breach

43.

NTIA to Explore Civil Rights Impact Of Data Practices

44.

ACLU Says Database Allows Mass Financial Data Surveillance

45.

KFC, Pizza Hut Parent Shuts UK Restaurants After Cyber Attack



46.

Fraudsters and Cyber Criminals Stole More Than £4bn in the UK Through 2022

47.

Mailchimp Suffers Third Breach in 12 Months

48.

Outdated IT Infrastructure Poses Growing Risk to UK Security Vetting

49.

HC3 Warns Healthcare Of AI's Use in Malware Development

50.

Unredacted NIH Emails Show Efforts to Rule Out Lab Origin Of Covid



51.

How Royal Mail's Hacker Became the World's Most Prolific Ransomware Group

52.

Vendors Actively Bypass Security Patch for Year-Old Magento Vulnerability

53.

Exploited Control Web Panel Flaw Added to CISA 'Must-patch' List

54.

Critical Git Vulnerabilities Discovered in Source Code Security Audit

55.

Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities Found in TP-Link, NetComm Routers


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56.

Hackers Can Exploit GE Historian Vulnerabilities for ICS Espionage, Disruption

57.

Otonomo Dodges Privacy Suit Over Car Location Tracking

58.

Fla. News Site Accused Of Flouting 'Video Tape' Privacy Law

59.

Franchisees Fight IHG Bid to End Suit Over Data Breach

60.

FCC Could Start to Reassess Carriers' Nat'l Security Risks

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