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UK, Australia and New Zealand are accusing China-linked threat actors of cyber operations against UK institutions and parliamentarians. GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre believes that China-linked cyberespionage group APT31 was responsible for cyber attacks against UK parliamentarians’ emails in 2021. The UK intelligence believes that China-linked threat actors also compromised the UK Elector
The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) on Monday unsealed indictments against seven Chinese nationals for their involvement in a hacking group that targeted U.S. and foreign critics, journalists, businesses, and political officials for about 14 years. The defendants include Ni Gaobin (倪高彬), Weng Ming (翁明), Cheng Feng (程锋), Peng Yaowen (彭耀文), Sun Xiaohui (孙小辉), Xiong Wang (熊旺), and Zhao Guangzong (
Minecraft, with over 500 million registered users and 166 million monthly players, faces significant risks from distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, threatening server functionality, player experience, and the game’s reputation. Despite the prevalence of DDoS attacks on the game, the majority of incidents go unreported, leaving a gap in awareness and protection. This article explains
Today, Think Cyber Security Ltd has announced that it has raised a £3 million late seed funding round to deliver measurable secure behaviour change. The multi-award winning , National Cyber Security Centre recognised firm offers an innovative and uniquely real-time Redflags® subscription software solution which gently guides and nudges staff to secure behaviours, with measurable impact. UK invest
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives are now well established in cybersecurity with only 8% of businesses saying they did not have any, according to the ISC2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study 2023 . But while these are well-established internally, businesses are still failing to communicate their commitment when recruiting, stacking the odds against applicants from diverse or minority ba


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