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This week, we discuss the use of cryptocurrency mining software on numerous government websites, a phishing scam that robbed Bee Token investors of $1 million and cyber attacks on the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
This week, we discuss the Australian government's loss of thousands of classified documents, DCMS Secretary of State Matt Hancock's buggy new app and the growing trend of cybercriminals using cryptocurrency miners.
This week, we discuss Norton's new Cyber Security Insights Report, the inevitability of a category one cyber attack on the UK, unofficial PDFs of Fire and Fury spreading malware, and further fallout from the Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities
This week, we discuss a £400,000 ICO fine for Carphone Warehouse, an unfortunate prize from Taiwan's Criminal Investigations Bureau, a $650,000 FTC settlement for VTech and the highlights of this month's Patch Tuesday.
This week, we discuss a data breach affecting 1.7 million Imgur users, the 2.7 million UK victims of the Uber breach, a major security flaw in macOS High Sierra, and a new investment in data security from the NHS.
This week, we discuss Uber's cover-up of a 2016 breach that compromised 57 million drivers' and customers' personal information, the theft of almost $31 million worth of USDT and more than €100,000 worth of Bitcoin, and good news for victims of Western Union transfer scams.