As more individuals go online for both personal and professional reasons, there are more opportunities for cybercriminals to take advantage of. Cybercrime is expected to skyrocket in the coming years to $23.84 trillion.
According to a Cybernews article, WhatsApp data has leaked, resulting in 500 million users’ phone numbers from 84 countries, including India, being put up for sale.
"KillNet" has claimed major US airports are the targets of extensive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) cyberattacks.
The CBI picked up the foreign citizen from the Bureau of Immigration at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, where he had been detained upon his arrival from Kazakhstan. The CBI arrested the Russian national for manipulating software of JEE Mains examination.
According to CERT-In, a new mobile banking virus called the Sova virus has been discovered in India. The advisory talks about all that you need to know about the virus.
Americans should refrain from taking DNA tests, particularly those connected to the government. Cybersecurity experts have warned that China is creating digital twins of Americans.
Apple reveals a security flaw that potentially gives hackers complete control of iPhones, iPads & Macs. Security professionals advise users of the iPhone 6S and subsequent versions, iPad models starting with the 5th generation and after, the iPad Pro product lines, the iPad Air 2, and Mac computers running MacOS Monterey to upgrade the affected devices. A number of iPod models are also affected.
These days, every technological advancement has both positive and negative effects. The internet has democratized information while also improving global connectivity and enabling people to hide behind false identities. Approximately 37% of adolescents between the ages of...
Data breaches cost organizations billions of dollars each year to avoid and contain, while also degrading consumer trust and potentially reducing customer retention. Here's the list of the world's 50 biggest data breaches from 2004 to 2021.
Research found that deepfakes can fool biometric checks used by banks. Despite this obvious flaw, KYC providers don't really seem bothered about the possibility of exploitation.