Recent Security News

  • Ease the Burden with AI-Driven Threat Intelligence Reporting

    June 24, 2024 at 07:30AM Cybersixgill’s threat experts highlight critical threats and the challenges faced by cybersecurity professionals in managing increasing workloads amidst limited budgets, inadequate staffing, and growing attack surfaces. The shortage of skilled professionals and the time-consuming nature of producing reports are major obstacles. Cybersixgill’s IQ Report Generator offers a solution, providing rapid,…

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  • Levi’s and more affected in pants-dropping week of data breaches

    June 24, 2024 at 06:43AM Several major data breaches occurred in the US last week, including legendary denim dealer Levi’s admitting to a credential stuffing attack affecting over 72,000 customers. Additionally, the breach at debt collector Financial Business and Consumer Solutions (FBCS) has expanded to over 3.4 million affected individuals. Moreover, medical device manufacturer LivaNova…

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  • Hacker Claims Theft of 30M User Records From Australia Ticketing Company TEG

    June 24, 2024 at 05:39AM Threat actors claimed to have stolen information on millions of Ticketek users after a data breach on the cloud-based platform. User account details, but not payment information, may have been compromised. The incident seems linked to the Snowflake campaign, and a hacker claimed to offer information on 30 million customers.…

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  • Japan’s Space Agency Was Hit by Multiple Cyberattacks, but Officials Say No Sensitive Data Was Taken

    June 24, 2024 at 05:39AM Japan’s space agency, JAXA, has faced cyberattacks since late last year. The attacks did not compromise sensitive information about rockets, satellites, or national security. The agency has taken preventive measures and is collaborating with the government’s cybersecurity team to enhance its defenses. The attacks have not affected the Defense Ministry…

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  • Meta and SQL Server make strange bedfellows on a couch of cyber-pain

    June 24, 2024 at 04:38AM The IT world’s diverse issues converge on the importance of software and services supply chain integrity. Despite its critical role, end-of-life database software receives inadequate attention, contrasting with the prominent AI and cybercrime coverage. Parallels are drawn with the food standards regulatory system, advocating for a similar approach to software…

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