Retail theft at self-checkouts doubles, AI poses possible solution
Surging retail theft via self-checkouts sees cart-based losses doubling in a year, costing the average store over $102k annually, reveals an Everseen report.
North Korea's illicit cryptocurrency theft fuels weapons program
North Korea's state-sponsored cyberattacks are amassing billions in stolen cryptocurrency, funding up to half of the nation's missile program.
Ploughshare and Tarian Technology present 'Bastion', a breakthrough in cyberdefence
Ploughshare and Tarian Technology unite to launch Bastion, a groundbreaking cybersecurity defence system, revolutionizing data protection in the digital age.
Tarian Technologies launches groundbreaking data security software, Need2Know
Tarian Technologies unveils Need2Know, a progressive multi-tier encryption software, enhancing data security measures.
Revolutionizing logistics: Paper-thin smart label unveiled
New ultra-thin Smart Label tracking device for small, lightweight items launched by Pod Group, SODAQ, and Lufthansa.
CyFox identifies critical hijacking vulnerability in popular streaming software
Critical hijacking vulnerability in Stremio 4.4 puts 5 million users at risk; remote code execution and information theft possible.
Hundreds of devices declared missing by government departments
The findings of 14 Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to the UK's government departments has been released.
Microsoft top targeted brand by cyber criminals in Q4 2020
Microsoft was the most targeted brand by cyber criminals in Q4 2020, as they tried to exploit remote working during the pandemic. DHL came second.
Can we protect against cryptocurrency theft?
Once cryptocurrency is stolen, there is no refund like there is with a bank or credit card company, and governments offer no protection for users.
ComCom faces security breach from stolen computer equipment
Data breach at Commerce Commission after theft of equipment with confidential info.
Tesla takes ex-employee to court for hacking and sharing confidential info
Tesla has taken a former employee to court for allegedly hacking company data and handing it over to third parties.
Reseller pleads guilty to stealing from vulnerable rural Australians
Jackson Temi Anni has been sentenced to 18-months imprisonment for lying about products and taking money directly from consumers' bank accounts.
“There oughta be a law!”
With the internet now an integral part of modern living, governments in democratic countries are raising the serious question of whether it can continue to function untouched by legislation.