VIP Games Data Breach Exposes Millions Of Users’ Data

It has been reported that casual gaming provider VIP Games has suffered a data breach, exposing millions of records relating to users of the service. VIP games have more than 20,000 active daily players and includes the popular games such as Hearts, Crazy Eights, Euchre, Rummy, Dominoes, Backgammon, Ludo, and Yatzy. The exposed data includes usernames, emails, […]

Emotet Takedown – What’s Next

A global takedown operation has disrupted Emotet, a prolific form of malware active in 2020. Cybersecurity experts commented below on the takedown of Emotet and will it reappear in the future. 

Five Ways Businesses Can Pave The Way For Growth Amid The Widespread Caution Of 2021

In order to navigate the troubled waters of 2020, many companies were forced to invest in remote working technology, cloud adoption and the provision of online services. It was vital to prioritise technology innovation. However, this year brings a fresh set of challenges. Businesses must now look beyond merely surviving and focus on continued IT […]

It Is Wrong To Penalize Companies That Pay Ransoms – What Expert Says

As you may have seen the debate about whether or not companies should pay ransoms to cyber criminals has taken a new turn after it was suggested insurers were “funding organised crime” by accepting ransomware claims. Ciaran Martin, who ran the National Cyber Security Centre until last August, stated “I see this as so avoidable. […]

Expert Reaction On Apple iOS 14.4 Fixes Three Critical Security Bugs

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Apple released the statement at its security update pages for iOS and iPadOS 14.4 that the there bugs affecting iPhones and iPads “may have been actively exploited.” and the new iOS 14.4 is released to fix these bugs.Apple didn’t provide the details on these attacks and it is unknown who is actively exploiting these vulnerabilities. Apple granted anonymity […]