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  1. The whiff of rebellion among Cloud Solution Providers is getting stronger

    Microsoft has indefinitely postponed the date on which its Cloud Solution Providers (CSPs) will be required to sell software and services licences on new terms.…

  2. Yes. Of course I human. Why asking? Also, when you give passwords to database?

    The US FBI issued a warning on Tuesday that it was has received increasing numbers of complaints relating to the use of deepfake videos during interviews for tech jobs that involve access to sensitive systems and information.…

  3. Rogue insider generated keys, resold them to blow the cash on gold, crypto, and more, prosecutors say

    Three people accused of selling pirate software licenses worth more than $88 million have been charged with fraud.…

  4. Store giant brands watchdog's lawsuit 'factually misguided, legally flawed'

    America's Federal Trade Commission has sued Walmart, claiming it turned a blind eye to fraudsters using its money transfer services to con folks out of "hundreds of millions of dollars."…

  5. Protection starts with having the right network design, says Rockwell Automation

    Sponsored Feature  Malware targeting operational technology (OT) and industrial controls systems (ICS) doesn't come along very often. But when it does, it's worth paying close attention.…

  6. Relative cybercrime newbies not clear on whether they're alleging to have gigabits or gigabytes of chip biz files

    If claims hold true, AMD has been targeted by the extortion group RansomHouse, which says it is sitting on a trove of data stolen from the processor designer following an alleged security breach earlier this year.…

  7. Join this webinar to find out how to block them

    Webinar  What does your tech infrastructure look like to the outside world? You might think it looks like an impenetrable fortress or a black box. You're probably wrong.…

  8. Could it be Beijing was right about games being bad for China?

    Chinese web giant Tencent has admitted to a significant account hijack attack on its QQ.com messaging and social media platform.…

  9. Now those are some phishing boats

    Carnival Cruise Lines will cough up more than $6 million to end two separate lawsuits filed by 46 states in the US after sensitive, personal information on customers and employees was accessed in a string of cyberattacks.…

  10. Helpfully announced extension on deadline day

    Updated  India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and the local Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) have extended the deadline for compliance with the Cyber Security Directions introduced on April 28, which were due to take effect yesterday.…

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