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A quarter of Asia-Pacific companies have experienced a security incident, while 27 percent aren't even sure because they haven't conducted any data breach assessment--even as the region is estimated to have lost US$1.75 trillion last year due to cybera...
Threat Compass pay-as-you-need modular solution now offers threat enrichment capability and Dark Web search17 May 2018 – Barcelona, Spain – Blueliv, a leading enterprise-class cyberthreat intelligence company, today announces two significan...
Partnership provides businesses with access to innovative privacy tech solutions to operationalize compliance with data privacy and breach notification regulations, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)SAN FRANCISCO and BERLIN &#82...
Rail Europe North America alerts customers to a security incident in which hackers planted card-skimming malware on its website.
It may take 40 years for the site to appear like "a normal reactor at the end of its life.
London, UK – May 9, 2018 – RiskIQ, the leader in digital threat management, today announced the company is bringing its educational Threat Hunting Workshops to London, UK and Paris, France.

Alongside its partner Flashpoint, RiskIQ’s w...
Doctors report a close call of a woman with an implant that treats her tremor.
Cash splashed from £150m cyber resilience pot The Department of Health and Social Care and inked a deal with Microsoft to upgrade all NHS machines to Windows 10 – in a supposed attempt to boost resilience following the WannaCry incident last year.…

DDoS attacks in Q1 2018

In Q1 2018, we observed a significant increase in both the total number and duration of DDoS attacks against Q4 2017.

The new Linux-based botnets Darkai (a Mirai clone) and AESDDoS are largely responsible for this hike.
Almost 1,300 addresses for Amazon Route 53 rerouted for two hours.
Post Uber death, robo-taxi start-up will share safety documents, processes and code
Incident response research from Big Blue offers surprising results, as hacks get more serious but defenders improve their tools and training.
IBM's Wendi Whitmore explains.