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  • AI Will Become Better Than Humans At Hacking
    by Di Freeze on 22/06/2021 at 7:32 PM

    It could also help us build better, more secure software – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Jun. 22, 2021 It may be years away, but Bruce Schneier is convinced that writing bug-free application code is well and truly on the horizon. All we have to The post AI Will Become Better Than Humans At Hacking appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • The Ultimate Zoom Hack Takes Home A Six-Figure Prize
    by Di Freeze on 18/06/2021 at 5:45 PM

    Pwn2Own’s competition reveals a gaping security hole in the videoconferencing platform – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Jun. 18, 2021 Months of research, preparation and coding had made them extremely confident in their viable Zoom exploit chain, but that didn’t stop Daan Keuper and Thijs The post The Ultimate Zoom Hack Takes Home A Six-Figure Prize appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • If Your Cybersecurity Is Broken, Then Fix It
    by Di Freeze on 15/06/2021 at 9:39 PM

    Living Security’s virtual BSA Con 2021 is the ultimate how-to event – Amanda Glassner Northport, N.Y. – Jun. 15, 2021 “Breaking Security Awareness” (BSA) 2021 comes to a screen near you on Thursday, Jun. 24. One of the most anticipated events in our industry, this free, The post If Your Cybersecurity Is Broken, Then Fix It appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • Cybersecurity Training Goes Hollywood
    by Di Freeze on 15/06/2021 at 3:53 PM

    NINJIO produces animated 3-4 minute micro-learning videos – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Jun. 15, 2021 As he sat down in 2015 to plan his new venture in cybersecurity training, Zack Schuler started with a blank canvas — and started thinking about what kind of The post Cybersecurity Training Goes Hollywood appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

  • Something Smells Phishy In The Telco Industry
    by Di Freeze on 11/06/2021 at 7:19 PM

    DNS-based malware attacks pose a serious threat – Jonathan Zhang, CEO at Whois XML API Walnut, Calif. – Jun. 11, 2021 Threat actors have much to gain from targeting telecommunications companies. After all, the industry is among the top 10 highest-earning sectors in the world The post Something Smells Phishy In The Telco Industry appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.

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