As IBM makes a broad shift in strategy, Bloomberg reported this morning that the company would be cutting around 10,000 jobs in Europe. This comes on the heels of last month’s announcement that the organization will be spinning out its infrastructure services business next year. While IBM wouldn’t confirm the layoffs, a spokesperson suggested there […] Continue reading As IBM shifts to hybrid cloud, reports have them laying off 10,000 in EU
By Deeba Ahmed
The malware encryption service run by a Romanian duo helped hackers embed malicious code in legit software to bypass antivirus tools.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Malware service operators arrested; offered an… Continue reading Malware service operators arrested; offered antivirus bypassing tools
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have managed to break Intel SGX, a set of security functions used by Intel processors, by creating a $30 device to control CPU voltage. Break Intel SGX The work follows a 2019 project, in which an internation… Continue reading Researchers break Intel SGX by creating $30 device to control CPU voltage
The events giant faces a GDPR-related penalty in the U.K., and more could follow. Continue reading Ticketmaster Scores Hefty Fine Over 2018 Data Breach
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) released its Guidelines for Securing the IoT, which covers the entire IoT supply chain – hardware, software and services. Supply chains are currently facing a broad range of threats, from physical thr… Continue reading Guide: Security measures for IoT product development
The majority of UK businesses using Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) are running on old versions of the business critical ERP system, according to a Claremont study. Of the 154 IT professionals polled, 64% revealed they are running on an earlier version t… Continue reading Most UK businesses using Oracle E-Business Suite are running old systems
As 5G slowly moves from being a theoretical to an active part of the coverage map for the mobile industry — if not for consumers themselves — companies that are helping carriers make the migration less painful and less costly are seeing a boost of attention. In the latest development, Cellwize, a startup that’s built […] Continue reading Cellwize raises $32M to help carriers and their partners adopt and run 5G services
Started as a side project by its founders, Warren is now helping regional cloud infrastructure service providers compete against Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, Google and other tech giants. Based in Tallinn, Estonia, Warren’s self-service distributed cloud platform is gaining traction in Southeast Asia, one of the world’s fastest-growing cloud service markets, and Europe. It recently closed […] Continue reading Warren gets $1.4 million to help local cloud infrastructure providers compete against Amazon and other giants
Turla has outfitted a trio of backdoors with new C2 tricks and increased interop, as seen in an attack on a European government. Continue reading Russian Espionage Group Updates Custom Malware Suite
Turla, a group of suspected Russian hackers known for pinpoint espionage operations, have used updated tools to breach the computer network of an unnamed European government organization, according to new research. The research from consulting giant Accenture shows how, despite a large body of public data on Turla techniques, and a warning from Estonian authorities linking the hackers with Russia’s FSB intelligence agency, the group remains adept at infiltrating European government networks. The hacking tools are tailored to the victim organization, which Accenture did not name, and have been used over the last few months to burrow into the internal network and then ping an external server controlled by the attackers. The stealth is typical of Turla, which is known for stalking embassies and foreign affairs ministries in Europe and elsewhere for sensitive data. Turla’s tools are associated with a damaging breach of U.S. military networks in the mid-to-late 1990s, and an attack on […]
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