Weekly Security Roundup 3: April 23rd, 2020
Bitcoin heists and city-network takeovers show that hackers can disrupt individuals just as easily as government systems – if you let them. Make sure your data does not fall into the wrong hands. Do not reuse passwords, always confirm whom you are sharing sensitive information with, and track where your digital identity may be exposed on HackNotice Personal for free HERE
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“OLEAN — Another virus has crippled city operations — this one of the digital kind. On Friday morning, city officials announced that the management information department detected and stopped a computer virus attack on the city’s computers before the opening of business.”
“Decentralized exchange (DEX) Bisq rang the alarm bells last night after a hacker exploited a significant software flaw to steal more than $250,000 worth of cryptocurrency from users.”
“The names of hundreds of people seeking protection visas have been published on the website of the Federal Court in a catastrophic data breach that potentially puts asylum seekers at risk of harm.”
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! (click here to download PDF version)
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