Cyber Warfare in the Ukraine Conflict

The rising tension between Russia and Ukraine has led to the start of a European war. One of the most prominent outcomes of the ongoing situation has been a considerable increase in cyber attacks against the West and Ukraine. In this article, we’ll be looking at the state of cyber warfare in the Ukraine conflict … Read more

The Great Cybercrime Crackdown: Will it be enough?

Recently, big tech companies have been cracking down on servers hosting cybercriminals. Both Google and Microsoft have taken part in the great cybercrime crackdown, but will these companies’ actions be enough to stop the wave of cybercrime? First, we look at the actions taken by big tech and whether or not they can stem the … Read more

2021: A Year in Cybercrime

Each year, cybercriminals perform attacks against the public, governments, and businesses. As these attacks grow in frequency and severity, it can be helpful to look back over the year to examine the changing landscape of cybercrime, and what we can do to prepare ourselves for it. We present our look back at 2021: A year … Read more

The Biggest Challenges Facing Cybersecurity in 2022

With 2021 rapidly coming to a close, it’s time to look forward to the future of cybersecurity in 2022. What challenges will next year bring, and how can the cybersecurity industry meet them head-on? This article will discuss cybersecurity’s biggest challenges in 2022 and how the industry may deal with them. The Greatest Challenges Facing … Read more

Facebook Was Down, But Was It Hacked?

Facebook is having a brutal week. First, a whistleblower issued damning testimony about the company’s already questionable integrity. Now Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Occulus services were inaccessible on October 4th 2021. The cherry on top? Reports have begun surfacing that hackers have made off with the data of 1.5 billion users, and they’re selling it … Read more

UK Proposed Changes to GDPR: How They Could Affect You

Since the UK has left the EU, many laws have been changing, including the application of GDPR. The General Data Protection Regulation is an act that glorifies data privacy rights and regulates freedom of information. Recently, the UK Government has proposed some changes to GDPR that have caused pause for thought in the cybersecurity and … Read more

T-Mobile Data Breach: Is Your Data Safe?

Hackers recently breached the security of communications company T-Mobile. The hack has affected over 40 million people, exposing their Social Security Numbers (SSN) and, in some cases, their account PINs. So if you’re a T-Mobile customer, how can you be sure your data is safe? This article will tell you what has happened and how … Read more

New FluBot Virus Sweeping The World Hits Norway

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A new phone scam is spreading a dangerous virus to phones all over the world. The FluBot Virus is a piece of malware that gains control of the victim’s phone, potentially revealing all sorts so private data. Researchers found this virus in the UK, the US, and it has now made its way to the … Read more

NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware And The Implications For Businesses

Security activists recently leaked the client list of NSO Group. The Israel-based company privately licenses its Pegasus spyware to various organizations and groups worldwide. Pegasus is a piece of spyware that can turn any modern phone into a constant surveillance device. But does this revelation have any chance of impacting small businesses? This article will … Read more

Former Hacker Issues Grave Warning – The U.S. Is Not Prepared

If 2020 was the year of the digital pandemic, then 2021 has still not discovered its digital vaccine. Cyberattacks have grown rapidly over the past year, showing zero signs of slowing down. One former Black Hat hacker expressed his growing concern at the lack of preparedness the United States has shown. Former Hacker Says the … Read more