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Digital Forensics & Cyber Security Blog

Digital Forensics & Cyber Security Blog

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Are We Ready for Increased Cybersecurity Risks?

If you’re a cybersecurity pro who feels like a rabbit in headlights, then don’t be too depressed – you’re not alone. New research has found that while companies are very aware of business and technology risk, they’re not that good at managing it. Infosecurity Group, in conjunction with governance and [...]

Hackers Find Vulnerabilities in a US Military Fighter Jet

This weekend during DEFCON a team of highly vetted hackers tried to sabotage a vital system for a US military fighter jet. And they succeeded. It was the first time outsider researchers have been given physical access to the F-15 system to test for weaknesses. Two days later, the group [...]

Hackers Can Break into an iPhone With a Single Text

When you think about how hackers could break into your smartphone, you probably imagine it would start with clicking a malicious link in a text, downloading a fraudulent app, or some other way you accidentally let them in. It turns out that's not necessarily so—not even on the iPhone, where simply receiving an iMessage [...]

100 Million People Reportedly Impacted By Capital One Data Breach

The alleged hacker behind one of the biggest ever cyberattacks on a bank then boasted about what she’d done on Twitter and  Slack, according to the FBI. The news: The personal data of 100 million Americans and six million Canadians Capital One customers was stolen, the financial services firm revealed in [...]

Is AI the Future of Cybersecurity?

Cisco reported that in 2018 they blocked seven trillion threats on behalf of their customers. Capgemini Research Institute reported earlier this month that 61% of enterprises say they cannot detect breach attempts today without the use of AI technologies and that 73% of enterprises are testing use cases for AI [...]

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