Things at The Heritage Co. went from bad to worse after the Arkansas-based telemarketing firm badly mishandled a ransomware attack.
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Twitter is warning users about an exploitable security issue in its Android app. The app has been patched — and users are advised to update immediately.
After being hit by ransomware hackers, New Jersey’s biggest hospital health system paid the attackers to get their files back. Did they do the right thing?
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Hip entertainment website Rooster Teeth says it experienced a data breach, and InfoSec researchers suspect the notorious Magecart hackers are the culprits.
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In another assault on privacy, Interpol plans to join law enforcement agencies in the U.S., Australia, and the UK in opposing strong encryption.
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