Germany: Critical cyberattacks target government and military networks

By |november 30th, 2018|cyberattack, cybercrime, Cybersecurity, data protection, defence, Digital, EU, Germany, intelligence services, News, WannaCry|

German security services have revealed that critical national infrastructures such as government and military networks have been the target of a series of cyberattacks in November, raising broader concerns about their overall resilience.

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UK intelligence services: We don’t disclose every cyber vulnerability

By |november 30th, 2018|cyberattack, cybercrime, Cybersecurity, defense, EU, GCHQ, hack, hacking, News, nis directive, security, UK|

In a landmark move, the UK intelligence services unveiled on Thursday (29 November) the process by which they decide to disclose security vulnerabilities to technology firms. Not every weakness discovered in a system is always disclosed to the company in question, they revealed. 

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EU equips itself for fight against manipulation at European elections

By |november 20th, 2018|2019 European elections, cybercrime, European elections, fake news, hackers, News, Russia|

Brexit, the American elections - and talso he European elections? It is likely that "fake news" campaigns and attacks by hackers will also launched before the European elections. How well is Brussels prepared? EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Companies may try to bypass GDPR fines by negotiating with cybercriminals, Europol say

By |september 20th, 2018|cybercrime, Cybersecurity, data protection, europol, GDPR, hacking, ICO, News, non-compliance, UK, United Kingdom, Věra Jourová|

Europol, the EU's policing agency, released a report on Tuesday (18 September) in which they warned that EU data protection laws may lead to an increase in cyber-extortion.

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