Hackers leak over 900,000 emails from Russian state broadcaster

Network Battalion 65 (NB65), a group affiliated with Anonymous, has leaked nearly a million emails from the All-Russia State Television

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3 Ways To Limit Security Breaches In Your Small Businesses

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common. In the last 12 months, reports show that 88% of UK companies suffered from a

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GoDaddy announces security incident that is affecting 1.2 million users

GoDaddy has just issued a statement that indicates that on November 17th 2021, they discovered unauthorized third-party access to their

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Twitch data breach – hackers release source code, contributor payouts, and unannounced software

The online news site VGC was the first to report that Twitch has suffered a massive data breach. A hacker

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Data of 106 million visitors to Thailand breached

A British cyber security researcher at Comparitech has discovered an unsecure database containing the personal information of millions of visitors to Thailand,

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UK defence minister sorry over Afghan interpreters’ data breach

More than 250 people seeking relocation to the UK , many of whom who were Afghan interpreters who worked for

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More than 700 data breaches reported by councils in 2020

According to a post on the NCSC website it has been reported this week that more than 700 councils in

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Fastway Couriers suffers Data Breach

Fastway Couriers confirms that one of its IT systems has been subject of a cyber-attack, the consequence of which has

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Georgetown County’s computer network suffers major infrastructure breach

Georgetown County in South Carolina (USA) has reported that it’s computer network suffered a major infrastructure breach over the weekend.

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Over 4000 stolen Sepa files have been published online

On Christmas Eve, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) confirmed that it was responding to a significant cyber-attack affecting its

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