Hackers Use QR Codes to Steal Your Money

QR codes with their square barcode regained their popularity when the pandemic began because consumers found them easy to use and businesses did not have to worry about contamination from contact. Many companies, especially restaurants started using QR or Quick Response codes and swapped them out for menus since customers could scan them from their … Read more

HackerOne launches Attack Resistance Management solution

HackerOne has launched Attack Resistance Management – a new category of security solution that targets the root causes of the attack resistance gap. According to the company, this gap is caused by incomplete knowledge of digital assets, insufficient testing, and a shortage of the right skills. Attack Resistance Management combines surface attack knowledge with the … Read more

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

The Week Ending April 29 Topping this week’s Came to Win list is Amazon Web Services for coming out on top in competition for a major government cloud contract. Also making this week’s list are semiconductor and application security tech developer Synopsys for a strategic acquisition; cybersecurity tech developer Wiz for discovering a potentially serious … Read more

It ‘Felt Fishy’: Game Operator Rebuffed Fake Data Request

The data request was in all caps and urgent: “EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCE DISCLOSURE REQUEST IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ! ” The data request was in all caps and urgent: “EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCE DISCLOSURE REQUEST IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ! ” On March 13, the administrators of an online game marketed for children called Toontown Rewritten received an emergency request for user … Read more

When Is Hacking Good? A Closer Look At ‘Ethical Hacking’ In Cybersecurity

RJ PierceTech Times 20 April 2022, 09:04 pm The word “hacking” conjures so many negative connotations, and that’s understandable. The modern world is almost always at the mercy of hackers, considering how most of our lives are now reliant on digital infrastructure. But that’s only one side of the coin, believe it or not. (Photo: … Read more

Anderson University’s cybersecurity center to offer services to businesses, organizations | Local News

ANDERSON – As she entered Anderson University three years ago, Jayden Brown knew she wanted to help people and started on what she anticipated would be a degree in nursing. But like many students, the Pendleton resident came to realize that her initial major was not her true calling. “I always liked to build things, … Read more

New Imminent Threats to The Power Grid

Several US federal government agencies issued a warning that industrial control system (ICS) devices which are critical infrastructure are the target of state-backed hackers who are using malware to thwart the systems. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Department of Energy (DOE), the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation … Read more

Hospital robots face attacks by hackers after security flaws found

Servers that control robots working in hospitals were found to have major gaps in security coding. The robots perform menial tasks like delivering medications and transporting materials across hospitals but could be exploited to do harm. Aethon TUG smart autonomous robots are a cost-effective way for hospitals and other businesses to delegate simple tasks away … Read more

Anderson University’s cybersecurity center to offer services to businesses, organizations | News

ANDERSON – As she entered Anderson University three years ago, Jayden Brown knew she wanted to help people and started on what she anticipated would be a degree in nursing. But like many students, the Pendleton resident came to realize that her initial major was not her true calling. “I always liked to build things, … Read more