[SecurityWeek] Flaws in STEM Conference Room Speakerphone Can Be Exploited to Spy on Users

Vulnerabilities identified in the STEM Audio Table conference room speakerphone could be exploited by hackers for various purposes, including to eavesdrop on conversations, according to cybersecurity research firm GRIMM.

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[TheRecord] Man who bribed AT&T employees to install malware on the company’s network gets 12 years in prison

A Pakistani man who bribed AT&T employees to install malware on the company’s internal network has been sentenced today to 12 years in prison after he illegally unlocked more than 1.9 million phones, causing the US telco losses in excess of $201 million. Muhammad Fahd, 35, a citizen of Pakistan and Grenada, paid more than […]

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Ransomware Reality Shock: 92% Who Pay Don’t Get Their Data Back www.forbes.com/sites/daveywinder/2021/05/02/ransomware-reality-shock-92-who-pay-dont-get-their-data-back/ According to the Sophos State of Ransomware 2021 report, the number of organizations deciding to pay a ransom has risen to 32% in 2021 compared to 26% last year. That same global survey discovered that only 8% of them got all their data […]

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[SecurityWeek] Tulsa Cybersecurity Attack Similar to Pipeline Attack

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A cybersecurity attack on the city of Tulsa’s computer system was similar to an attack on the Colonial Pipeline and that the hacker is known, officials said Thursday. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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