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FBI arrests JP Morgan Chase former employee for selling account data

A former employee of JP Morgan Chase, the largest bank in the US, has been arrested by the FBI after a sting operation which resulted in several sets of bank account data including PINs being sold to informants and federal agents. 352 more words


Scottish Power - An Unethical and Unsustainable Approach?

Any regular user of Renewables Map will have seen that I am trying to get funding. As a resource used by just about everybody in the industry almost on a daily basis, it clearly satisfies a need. 743 more words

Cost of SMB cybercrime

Cyber criminals continue to aggressively targeting SMBs in the hope that their systems will be less robust than larger, enterprise organisations.

Data theft and disruption (digital vandalism) are pure salmon on the menu for hackers, to either steal money from or pass details to other criminals and criminal organisations.  238 more words


Information security is also a moral issue

The media this morning is full of reports of the release by Wikileaks of a searchable archive of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) emails. In some ways, this is old news – the raw data has been out there since the original breach last year; all this changes is the ease of access to the information by the less technically-literate. 674 more words


Free app downloaded by 1.2m hides sinister data theft capability

Researchers at anti-scraping specialists ScrapeSentry have uncovered a sinister side effect to a free app which over one million Google Chrome users have downloaded, and which potentially leaks their personal information back to a single IP address in the USA. 276 more words


Don't Overlook A HIPAA Risk Assessment Or You Could End Up In Legal Trouble

Healthcare organizations need to take a look at their federal requirements as well as their local or state laws while conducting a HIPAA risk assessment. 71 more words


#OpIsrael Campaign - April 7, 2015: Cyber Intelligence Review


This is the third round of the anti-Israel cyber campaign called #OpIsrael. The hacktivists are highly motivated to attack Israel, and they have been gradually building their campaign infrastructures on social media networks. 410 more words

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