31,000 FTSE 100 Logins Found On Dark Web

Dark Web

Researchers with Outpost24 are reporting over 31,000 corporate credentials for many of the UK’s leading FTSE 100 firms on the dark web. These are the 100 biggest companies listed on the London Stock Exchange by market capitalization. The researchers used their threat monitoring and auditing tool Blueliv to search dark web sites for the breached […]

British Man Charged In New York With Hacking Into Bank Computers, Stealing Millions

Council Hit by Ransomware Attack

According to Reuters, a British man has been charged in New York for hacking into email servers and computers belonging to U.S. banks and brokerages in order to access investors’ accounts, causing more than $5 million of losses. Idris Dayo Mustapha, 32 and others are accused of using phishing and other means to obtain user […]

Why Its So Important For Organisations To Put Staff Welfare First When A Cyber-attack Strikes.

At CyberUK2022, The NCSC published fresh guidelines on how organisations can prioritise staff welfare in their cyber incident response plans: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/guidance/putting-staff-welfare-at-the-heart-of-incident-response In response to the announcement, Laurie Mercer, Security Engineer at HackerOne – the world’s most trusted provider of ethical hacking solutions – has provided his personal thoughts on why its so important for organisations […]