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Tagged With Cybersecurity

There are 1.9 billion stolen passwords and usernames available on the black market, and up to 25% of them will still work on a Google account


The US's most secretive intelligence agency was embarrassingly robbed and mocked by anonymous hackers


What a cyberwar with North Korea could look like, according to a cybersecurity expert



Hackers can gain access to your computer monitor -- a cybersecurity expert shows us how easy it is


Equifax says its executives didn't engage in insider trading


Rich people can now buy insurance to protect against what Warren Buffett calls the 'number one problem with mankind'



One chart shows how careless young Americans are with online passwords


Two Australian cities made the top 10 where crime is low, hospitals plentiful, and families feel safe


FLAMIN' GALAH: A hacker named 'Alf' stole 30GB of Australian military data, including F-35 details


Forget stealing data --  these hackers broke into Amazon's cloud to mine bitcoin


Cisco sends its employees fake phishing emails to train them not to click on malicious links


A state-sponsored Russian company is providing internet for North Korea and cybersecurity experts are worried



Oracle announces a new automated database that can patch cybersecurity flaws itself


The US is taking aim at Russia's cyber industry


Cybersecurity experts are working on 'computer vaccines' to prevent attacks


The Equifax breach proves destructive cyberattacks are only going to get worse



Google's new dashboard makes it easier to see what the company knows about you


Here's how much access Australian police already have to your data


Businesses can no longer think of cybersecurity as just a ‘tech problem’


Over a quarter of the members on Trump's cybersecurity advisory council have resigned en masse