Anglo African weekly news wrap on trending cyber-attacks, to keep you alert

September 19, 2019

Google always Maintain the Extremely strong Cyber Security Culture for Data Security, Network Security, Cloud Security and Physical security. Google’s this extreme level security protection beginning from hiring the employee until the biggest security breach investigations. Employee background checks, Security training Privacy events
Before they join google staff, Google will confirm an individual’s training and past business, and perform inner and outside reference checks.

Read More

Twitter has removed another batch of state-sponsored actors performing information campaigns on Twitter. The detected operations announced today involved Qatar, Iran, Yemen, Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, Spain, China, and Hong Kong. Starting in October 2018, Twitter began disclosing state-backed information operations detected on their service and that were subsequently removed.

Read More

Ethical hackers are getting the chance to see if they can crack the security on an orbiting US Defense Department satellite, reports Wired. Vetted experts will tackle the satellite and its control systems at the 2020 Def Con hacker conference. The demonstration follows a session at Def Con 2019 that let researchers tackle an F-15 fighter jet computer. The Air Force said Def Con demos were part of efforts to expose military systems to better security checks.

Read More

When it comes to technology policy, Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), Vice Chairman of the Senate Intelligence committee, is clearly concerned about the power China holds, particularly when it comes to trusting China’s leading tech suppliers and the prospect of a China-dominated build-out of global 5G networks. “My beef is with the presidency, the Communist party. It is not with the Chinese people. I have no interest in trying to go back to some cold war bifurcated world, us against China,” the former telecom entrepreneur said during a panel discussion at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) second annual Cybersecurity Summit this week.

Read More

In 2017 and 2018, hackers compromised systems running the Click2Gov self-service bill-payment portal in dozens of cities across the United States, a feat that compromised 300,000 payment cards and generated nearly $2 million of revenue. Now, Click2Gov systems have been hit by a second wave of attacks that’s dumping tens of thousands of records onto the Dark Web, researchers said on Thursday.

Read More


Pin It

Comments (0)
» Blog, Uncategorized » Anglo African weekly news wrap...
On September 19, 2019

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

« »