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“As with any public crisis, the spread of thehas created a — targeting people who are awaiting their , who are and who are just trying to stay healthy. Add in and you need to be on guard against all kind of scams and misinformation found online, in your email inbox and even in your .”
“The UK’s highest court has ruled that Morrisons should not be held liable for the criminal act of an employee with a grudge who leaked the payroll data of about 100,000 members of staff.”
“INTERPOL has issued a warning to organizations at the forefront of the global response to the COVID-19 outbreak that have also become targets of ransomware attacks, which are designed to lock them out of their critical systems in an attempt to extort payments.”
“San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is, during normal times, the seventh busiest airport in the United States. It has also now confirmed that hackers managed to compromise two of its websites during a cyber-attack, and likely steal users’ Windows login credentials. In a notice of data breach statement, SFO has warned potentially impacted users to change their Windows passwords accordingly.”
That’s this week’s roundup, showing that every industry benefits when good cybersecurity habits are followed. Thanks for reading, stay safe and we’ll see you next week!
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