Meduza reports: On August 16, blogger Lana Sator, a self-described “urbex [urban exploration] tourist” published photographs from an abandoned building on Bolshaya Cheremushkinskaya Street, which once housed a police station and office of the (now dissolved) Federal Migration Service. Sator says she crawled into the two-story building through an open window. The building was unguarded […]
Karen Scarfone reports: No matter how many layers of security school districts put in place to stop ransomware, it’s inevitable that, at some point, an endpoint will be infected. Since January 2016, there have been 355 cybersecurity-related incidents against K–12 schools, including ransomware attacks, according to the K–12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. In 2016, 60 percent […]
Greg Edwards reports: American Eagle Credit Union said Monday its ATM system and member accounts had been hacked. The credit union said members would not be liable for any related losses. Read more on KSDK.
The Commentator reports: The National Health Service (NHS) has lost almost 10,000 patient records in the last year, according to new research from leading tech think tank Parliament Street. The findings are disclosed in a new report entitled ‘NHS Data Security: Protecting Patient Records’ examines the amount of patient records that have been misplaced from […]
Catalin Cimpanu reports: Twitch is warning users of a bug in one of its recently retired features that may have exposed some of their messages to other users. “On May 5, 2018, Twitch removed a legacy feature called Messages and provided users the ability to download an archive of past messages,” the game streaming company […]