More than a few restaurant-goers in the US will want to check their bank statements. Earl Enterprises has confirmed that hackers used point-of-sale malware to scoop up credit and card data at some of its US restaurants. It happened between May 2018 and March 2019. Including restaurants are all Buca di Beppo locations, a few Earl of Sandwich locations and Planet Hollywood’s presences in Las Vegas, New York City and Orlando. It’s a fairly large data breach – KrebsOnSecurity discovered that a trove of 2.15 million cards were on sale in the black market as of February.
Aebi Schmidt, Swiss manufacturer of the vehicles that clean and makes runways worldwide safe for planes to land on, has been hit by ransomware, systems going down across company networks following the attack. Manufacturing operations connected to the network were rendered unresponsive, forcing workers to be sent home. Ronan David, VP of Business Development at EfficientIP: “This […]
Berlin, Germany – Sept. 27, 2018 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining standards, certifications and best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, today announced that in response to rapid membership growth throughout the region, it will be opening a new CSA Europe headquarters and with […]
Introduction While the way we consume TV content is rapidly changing, the content itself remains in high demand, and users resort to any means available to get at it – including illegal and non-ethical ones like the use of pirated stuff. The world is embracing the idea of paying for entertainment more and more with […]