Cyber Attack news headlines trending on Google

First is the news about the compromise of a SAS network as hackers disrupted Scandinavian airlines computer network and accessed information related to thousands of customers. Karin Nyman, the in-charge spokesperson of SAS, stated that his company was working on remediating the effects of the digital attack and urged customers to stay away from the […]

Australia issues ban on Chinese surveillance cameras and products

Australian Defense Ministry has issued a ban on the use of Chinese surveillance cameras and products inside all government buildings from now on. Meaning, all new purchases will be halted and the existing hardware and related software will be replaced in a phased manner. The issue resumed significance when certain fears were raised in Britain […]

Surveillance data of Chinese citizens put online by hackers

  All these days, we have seen countries and governments screeching about cyber attacks and data thefts conducted by Chinese hackers. But now, a hacker online has claimed that he/she is ready to sell about 23 terabytes of data for 10 bitcoins or $246,000 appx. The hacker named ‘ChinaDan’ also notified those interested that the […]

China monitors UK and US populace through AI Satellites and thousands of CCTV Cameras

Britain’s government received a red alert last week to the Chinese government monitoring the country’s populace through its AI Satellites and thousands of CCTV Cameras. Fraser Sampson, the Commissioner for Bio-metrics and Surveillance Cameras, wrote a detailed report to Micheal Grave, the Cabinet Minister, over the dominance of Chinese companies in the supply and deployment […]

UK’s largest supermarket uses Facial Recognition causing security and privacy concerns

UK’s largest supermarket chain ‘Co-Op Food’ has rolled a new tech on the CCTV surveillance cameras installed on its premises that keeps a track and record of its shoppers without their consent- triggering privacy and security concerns among its customers. The Co-Operative Group retail business of United Kingdom has recorded faces of its visitors on […]

Court case against NSO Group Pegasus Malware by Apple Inc

Apple Inc has filed a legal suit against NSO Group for developing Pegasus malware that is being illegally used by companies/governments and individuals for conducting cyber surveillance. The complaint that was filed in California court yesterday not only seeks permission to block the spying software from infiltrating into products such as iPhones, but also seeks […]

Patrol Robots in Singapore trigger privacy concerns

Government of Singapore has hired a bunch of patrolling robots to put the public on surveillance and see that they do not indulge in any undesirable social behavior such as hugging, kissing, and standing too close to each other, and such. As per the sources reporting to Cybersecurity Insiders, these robots, dubbed Xavier, will be […]

Britain to use AI driven Facial Recognition to nab criminals

Britain is all set to launch a new law where the common public will be subjected to AI driven CCTV surveillance that will help nab criminals. But privacy advocates worry that the new law that is proposed to be implemented by this year’s end in councils related to England and Wales might trigger additional concerns. […]

China officially condemns Pegasus spyware surveillance and accuses US

Chine Foreign Ministry has issued a public statement condemning the distribution and usage of Pegasus Spyware surveillance software by various countries. It has also accused United States & NATO for circulating misinformation that the Chinese intelligence was funding hacking groups to launch cyber attacks on the west. Zhao Lijian, the official spokesperson from the Foreign […]

US Postal service conducts public surveillance program with Facial Recognition

Interestingly, the United States Postal Services(USPS) department is conducting a surveillance program for the past few weeks with the help of Facial Recognition integrated with Artificial Intelligence.   According to a report published in Yahoo News, USPS is holding the program to track citizens who are indulging in criminal activities on the dark web and […]

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