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It was reported that Superdrug had warned its online customers to change their passwords after criminals claimed to have obtained their personal details. The chain said the group claimed they had stolen details of 20,000 customers.
Martin Jartelius
British high street pharmacy Superdrug has been held to ransom following a hack that affected 20,000 customers.
No bank details have been stolen, but names and addresses have been accessed.
Martin Jartelius
Of 10,644 vulnerabilities reported in the first half of 2018, 3,279 of them (30.8 percent) did not make it into the official CVE or NVD systems, yet 44 percent were of high or critical risk
As the cybersecurity industry expands, the number of security solutions available has exploded so that a recent study revealed that IT security professionals are struggling to keep up with the technologies that drive digital transformation.
Outpost24's Bob Egner Talks Application Security, Agile Development, SecDevOps
New study from Outpost24 reveals key differences in security concerns faced by UK and US IT professionals
British organisations are more mindful about keeping their cyber-world safe.
While 56 percent of UK companies have hired an outside organisation to undertake penetration tests to judge the security of their network, only 17 percent of US companies have done the same.
Martin Jartelius
The UK government has launched a new cybersecurity standard designed to set a baseline of mandatory security outcomes for all departments. The Minimum Cyber Security Standard announced this week presents a minimum set of measures which all government departments will need to follow, although the hope is that they will look to exceed these at all times. Martin Jartelius commented below.
Dixons Carphone is investigating a breach involving millions of customer payment cards and personal data records. The firm has revealed details of an attempt by hackers to gain access to one of the processing systems in July 2017. The processing system in question contained details of 5.9m payment cards. Dixons Carphone said there was no evidence of fraud as a result of the incident and added that it was working with leading cybersecurity experts to examine and strengthen its systems.
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