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OpenIAM Releases Identity Governance and Web Access ManagementPlatform

For colleges and universities, OpenIAM introduces an industry-specificIAM solution for students and faculty which incorporates technologiessuch as Docker and Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS). OpenIAM, LLC announces the...

Latest Report highlights Critical Cybersecurity Problems in the Automotive Industry

Synopsys and SAE International Release New Study Highlighting Critical Cybersecurity Risks in the Automotive Industry Survey Conducted by the Ponemon Institute Reveals Automotive Manufacturers and...

Cryptominers Hit 10x More Organizations Than Ransomware in 2018

Cryptominers Hit 10x More Organizations Than Ransomware in 2018, But Only 1 in 5 IT Pros Aware of Infections, Shows Check Point's 2019 Security...

Critical security flaw found in control systems of several hospitals and...

Source: Cyware | By Ryan Stewart • Research study exposed a security flaw existing in temperature control systems manufactured by Resource Data Management. • Many popular...

New cryptomining malware removes other malware from Linux

Source: Cyware | By Ryan Stewart New cryptomining malware removes other malware from Linux, then latches onto systems • A script capable of deleting known Linux...

Fortinet Secures the Path to 5G at Mobile World Congress 2019

Fortinet will participate in Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 25 - 28, 2019. Fortinet will showcase security solutions addressing the opportunities...

New hacker groups join the MongoDB Apocalypse

Source: Cyware | By Ryan Stewart New hacker groups join the MongoDB Apocalypse, ask for a ransom in exchange for the data • The trend of...

Australian government falls prey to a hacking attempt

Source: Cyware | By Ryan Stewart Australian government falls prey to a hacking attempt, incident under investigation • Officials are investigating the security incident that occurred...

Tech support scammers use fake Norton scans to dump unwanted applications

Source: Cyware | By Ryan Stewart • Scammers crafted pop-up messages imitating Norton scans that led users to install potentially unwanted applications (PUA). • PUAs earn...

A new smishing campaign ‘Lucky Draw’ targets Indian Nokia users

Source: Cyware | By Ryan Stewart • A new smishing campaign is targeting Nokia owners in India stating that they have won a lucky draw...
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