Energy giant Shell discloses data breach caused by Accellion FTA hack

Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) discloses a data breach resulting from the compromise of its Accellion File Transfer Appliance (FTA) file sharing service. Energy giant Shell disclosed a data breach resulting from the compromise of an Accellion File Transfer Appliance (FTA) used by the company. Shell is an Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and […]

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2021-03-23T05:06:06-04:00March 23rd, 2021|Latest Cyber Attacks, Malware|

REvil ransomware gang hacked Acer and is demanding a $50 million ransom

Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics corporation Acer was victim of a REvil ransomware attack, the gang demanded a $50,000,000 ransom. Taiwanese computer giant Acer was victim of the REvil ransomware attack, the gang is demanding the payment of a $50,000,000 ransom, the largest one to date. Acer is the world’s 6th-largest PC vendor by unit sales as of […]

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2021-03-20T11:01:53-04:00March 20th, 2021|Latest Cyber Attacks, Malware|

Proactive vs Responsive AI: Which One Protects Against Major Modern Adversaries in Cybersecurity?

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning are terms that constantly get thrown around in cybersecurity to the point where they’ve got a bad reputation due to false promises. However, as we move into a future with advanced adversaries that are also utilizing AI technology, the only option we have is to understand what distinguishes the good from the bad, and [...]

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