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Lapsus$ claims Microsoft, Okta are its latest victims

The Lapsus$ data theft and extortion gang is claiming two important IT companies are its latest victims. The gang has begun posting files or screen...

Cyber Security Today, March 23, 2022 – Satellite disruption investigated, HP printers need updating, and more

Today's podcast reports on the disruption of European service of the Viasat satellite provider, patches needed to be installed for HP and Dell devices and more

Making ransom payment no assurance of getting data back: Telus

Almost half of surveyed Canadian organizations that suffered a recent ransomware attack paid in the hopes of getting get access of their data back,...

Cyber Security Today, March 21, 2022 – Poor password hygiene was behind huge TransUnion hack, cyber retaliation against Russia backfires and more

Today's episode reports on the cause of a huge hack a TransUnion South Africa, the abuse by a developer of an open source library to attack Russia, and two updates that need to be installed

Cyber Security Today, March 18, 2022 – An FBI warning on misconfigured MFA, Asus routers targeted by a botnet, a tool for detecting infected...

This episode reports on hackers exploiting misconfigured MFA, Asus routers targeted by a botnet, a tool for detecting infected MikroTik routers and more

UniDoc’s health clinic “cubes” are now being tested in Ontario pharmacies

UniDoc Health is now testing its virtual care technology in three pharmacies in Ontario, as part of a deal with Ontario's OnPharm-United, an organization...

Cyber Security Today, March 16, 2022 – Mobile risks are increasing, QNAP NAS devices at risk, fraud prevention advice and more

This episode reports on the increase in mobile attacks, QNAP NAS devices at risk, fraud prevention advice, updates needed for OpenSSL projects and more

Cyber Security Today, March 14, 2022 – Ukraine leaks details of advanced Russian reactors, and more

Today's episode reports on an alleged Ukraine theft of IP from Russia, the discovery of vulnerable software package managers, another Spectre processor bug, more data breaches and a bad Android app

Cyber Security Today, March 11, 2022 – Threats from APC power supplies, a warning to ServiceNow administrators and more

This episode reports on threats from internet-connected APC power supplies, a warning to ServiceNow administrators, fake Ukraine support websites and hijacked message threads

Cyber Security Today, March 9, 2022 – Warnings to Linux and HP device administrators, Samsung confirms data theft and more

Today's episode reports on security updates need for LinuxOS  and HP devices, Samsung confirms data theft, Microsoft fixes an Azure vulnerability and more

Cyber Security Today, March 7, 2022 – More damage from the Nvidia hack, real customer data exposed, the unexplained closing of a criminal forum...

Attackers using stolen Nvidia code certificates, a firm admits real customer data was exposed, a warning to Linux administrators, and more

Cyber Security Today, March 4, 2022 – Huge numbers of medical infusion pumps at risk, help for Ukrainian organizations hit by ransomware and...

Medical infusion pumps found with security vulnerabilities, help for Ukrainian firms hit by ransomware, a warning for GitLab users and more poor passwords

Mastercard funds training programs for women and POC at the Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst

Mastercard and Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst at Ryerson University have launched two training programs, funded by a C$1.25 million investment from Mastercard, designed to foster...

Cyber Security Today, March 2, 2022 — Toyota and Aon deal with cyber attacks, updates on Axis and Nvidia attacks, and more

Today's podcast reports on  Toyota and global insurance broker Aon dealing with cyber attacks, updates on attacks on Axis and Nvidia attacks, and more

Cyber Security Today, Feb. 28, 2022 – Tips to protect against expected Russia-Ukraine cyber retaliation, and more

Today's episode reports on improving cyber defences, attacks on Nvidea and Axis Communications, TrickBot finally goes down and a warning to Instagram users

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