Tag: Data Security Breach

February 2017: Top Hacks and Breaches [INFOGRAPHIC]

February may be the shortest month, but there definitely was no shortage in hacks and breaches. The month started with a an anonymous hacker single-handedly taking down an entire dark web hosting service with more than 10K Tor-based .onion sites. Then, on February 10th, a security flaw found in WordPress allowed hackers to attack and deface an

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January 2017: Top Hacks and Breaches [INFOGRAPHIC]

The new year started with a whole new collection of hacks and security breaches. On the 4th of January, the known hacker CyberZeist claimed to have hacked the FBI’s website and proved it by leaking personal account information of several FBI agents. The hack happened by the exploitation of a zero-day vulnerability in the Plone CMS,

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Keys to Avoiding Data Security Breaches

Data security breaches and exploits continuously make headlines as online organizations and applications are under constant attack by cyber criminals. The number of data breaches are increasing drastically year to year putting millions of people at risk of identity theft and fraud. A consequential data breach has the power to wreck company assets while taking

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The Importance of Database Security and Integrity

Databases often hold the backbone of an organization; Its’ transactions, customers, employee info, financial data for both the company and its customers, and much more. are all held in databases, often left to the power of a database administrator with no security training. Database security and integrity are essential aspects of an organization’s security posture.

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Internet of Things (IoT) – Hack My Army

It’s now common knowledge that the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution has infiltrated our homes, cars and offices. But even defense forces are going online, with more and more weaponry being operated remotely with the help of dedicated applications. Unfortunately, this has provided politically and criminally motivated hackers with new targets to manipulate. Is the modern army really prepared

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Israeli IT Prodigies Visit Checkmarx HQ

Checkmarx is continuing its tradition of hosting the brightest programming and computing minds from Israel’s leading academic institutions. This year it was a group of young kids who are currently honing their skills at the Tel Aviv University (TAU). They are a part of a special program that will enable them to complete their college

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Smart City

Internet of Things (IoT) – Hack My Smart City

The modern metropolitan is becoming more and more computerized. Mega computers are running the show in more ways that can be comprehended – traffic signals, electricity networks, water supply pipes, public transport services and other civil utilities. While the Smart City concept is improving the standards of urban services, how safe really is it for us?

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Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Hospital

Hospitals and medical clinics were once places where patients were sheltered from the outer world and had the privacy they required for recovering safely. But with the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution in full swing and online health monitoring devices in abundance, the risks involving data leakage and privacy violation are rising exponentially. How safe

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What you need to know – Anonymous strikes the European Space Agency

Members of “Anonymous” have breached a number of sub-domains of the European Space Agency website and leaked personal and login credentials of thousands of subscribers and officials. The leaked data includes full names, email addresses, office addresses, institution names, phone numbers, fax numbers and in many of the cases, clear-text passwords have also been exposed. Overall, more

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