By Kirsty Needham SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia said on Wednesday it would spend A$26.2 million ($17 million) to establish "rapid assistance" teams to respond to cyber crises in the Pacific region, and another A$16.7 million to identify cyber vulnerabilities in the

By Carolyn Cohn LONDON (Reuters) - A major cyber attack on a financial services payments system could lead to global losses of $3.5 trillion, with much of it not covered by insurance, commercial insurance market Lloyd's of London said on Wednesday. The

Celebrity hacks: Celebrities are frequent targets of cyberattacks. Attacks on the accounts of celebrities are particularly lucrative for hackers. They gain access to personal data, which they later sell for significant money. Hackers can also steal unreleased material, such as songs, which

The healthcare industry remains a prime target for cybercriminals, and this pattern is anticipated to persist throughout 2023. In the initial quarter of 2023, healthcare organizations disclosed 145 data breaches, as reported by the U.S. government's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). This follows a

With Cybersecurity Awareness Month taking place this October, we decided to speak to an expert on the many data protection careers and roles cropping up worldwide. Research from IAPP shows an estimated 500,000 organizations have registered data protection officers across Europe under the GDPR.

By Joe Brock SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Canadian Defence Minister Anita Anand said on Saturday that the country's critical infrastructure was increasingly being targeted by cyberattacks, posing a significant threat to the economy of the world's fourth-largest crude oil producer. The U.S. State

The healthcare industry, for a while now, has started to digitize. Therefore, the amount of medical imaging data being produced and stored has exploded. This data includes X-rays, CT scans, MRI images, and ultrasounds, which are essential for clinical decision-making

Attacks in 2022 represent 7.6% of the total, a very high number compared to the actual population Digital Culture in Italy: When we talk about technological marvels, such as ChatGp, we often think about the risks humans face when they discover

A computer keyboard lit by a displayed cyber code is seen in this illustration picture taken on March 1, 2017. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration/File Photo By Christopher Bing WASHINGTON (Reuters) - At least 50 U.S. government staffers stationed in 10 countries were targeted