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 … Read more

France, UK Seek Greater Regulation of Commercial Spyware   

November 10, 2023 at 09:36AM France and Britain are advocating for increased global regulation of surveillance software following recent spyware scandals involving Pegasus and Predator. They warned against the unregulated development and use of surveillance technology, citing concerns about security, stability, and human rights. The legal availability of commercial spyware is becoming a growing risk, … Read more