Watch Out For Crypto Scams Linked To The Queen

Cyber ​​criminals are avid fans of current news and keep up with the latest topic to create and launch the newest ripoffs. Security analysts have already seen fake or fraudulent crypto tokens and non-fungible tokens or NFTs named after Queen Elizabeth II being sold in the marketplace in an attempt to lure unsuspecting investors. The … Read more

4 Data Breach Confirmation Websites You Can Use

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The threat of falling victim to hacking has become more evident in recent months following the series of data breaches. This justifiably creates fear among members of the public as personal data can be misused for a variety of digital crimes such as scamming, money laundering, and other acts of terror to … Read more

SANS brings Cyber ​​Safari to Saudi Arabia

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – SANS Institute, the global leader in cybersecurity training and certifications, has announced the SANS Cyber ​​Safari 2022 training program to be held at the JW Marriot Hotel Riyadh from October 1 to 13, 2022. Participants will learn practical cybersecurity and IT essentials from industry experts, as well as more specific areas … Read more

IIT Roorkee partners with Imarticus Learning to launch an Advanced Certification Program in cybersecurity

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee and Imarticus Learning, ed tech platform, has launched the fourth batch of Advanced Certification Program in Cybersecurity. According to the official statement, the 6-month online program will begin on October 1, 2022. It is designed in collaboration with CEC, IIT Roorkee and industry stalwarts. Overall, the program will cover … Read more

Shiba Inu Leaked their AWS Cloud Credential

Shiba Inu has grown a lot since last year, and its price increased significantly during its first year. The market capitalization of the cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (SHIB) is $6.7 billion. The coin was created by the anonymous user or group known as Ryoshi and is the 14th largest token. Indian-based cloud security firm ‘PingSafe’ reported … Read more

Why the Adoption of Biometrics Will Rise

A growing number of sports teams and stadiums have adopted the use of facial recognition and fingerprint scanning to alleviate long lines and counterfeit tickets. Airport security has normalized the use of biometrics, especially facial recognition. Biometrics allows for automated check-in and re-check-in at any venue for sports fans and music lovers and could speed … Read more

Dark Web Of Cybersecurity Concerns Rising With Gig Economy

Cybercriminal activities are often traced back to these dark web origins and much of the activity … [+] takes place in an underground marketplace that is built around cybercriminal mischief. picture alliance via Getty Images Economic conditions combined with opportunity and technological advancements have set the foundation for the gig economy. Freelance, temporary, and flexible … Read more

Your Thumbprint or Selfie Can Be Used to Get Into a Football Game Faster

A growing number of sports teams and venues are bypassing paper and even mobile tickets and asking fans to enter via a facial or fingerprint scan to speed up the process. Why Sports Teams Like Facial Recognition Stadiums across the US now take facial scans of sports lovers to enter a football game, including the … Read more

Cybersecurity on the agenda: Skill gaps worsen India’s cyber-defense system

In an attempt to strengthen the cyber-defense system, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology may ask small enterprises to hire chief information security officers (CISO), media reports said. While the increased focus on cybersecurity is a welcome move, experts warn a shortage of skilled workforce could leave the industry striving for professionals. TO READ … Read more

CSIRT.ID now backing Indonesia’s most renowned cybersecurity event

IndoSec 2022, a two-day cybersecurity event, will acknowledge the burgeoning state of Indonesia’s multi-million-dollar cybersecurity market. JAKARTA, INDONESIA, August 24, 2022 / — As the effort to mitigate the cybercrime landscape in Indonesia gathers momentum, it’s estimated that the country’s cybersecurity market will reach a staggering $750.5 million mark in 2022. In the wake of … Read more