16 Aug Weekly Rundown: $224M Crypto Lawsuit, $13.5M ATM Hack, FBI’S New Cyber Leaders
News and resources to keep you on the cutting edge of cybersecurity
– Kerry Morgan, Cybercrime Reporter
Northport, N.Y. — Aug. 16, 2018
- Israeli government puts $25 million towards 3-year program to boost cybersecurity industry.
- Cryptocurrency investor sues AT&T for $224 million with a claim of negligence after he was hacked twice in one month.
- Researcher at DEFCON reveals security vulnerabilities in police body cameras.
- FBI warns major financial institutions of “looming cyberattacks” — former White House CIO says it should be taken seriously.
- 11-year-old hacker changes Florida’s presidential vote at hacking convention.
- India’s Cosmos Bank loses $13.5 million from malware attack on ATM.
- Cybersecurity talent gap is an industry crisis — how did we get here, and what will help.
- Security Cameras — The Oxymoron Of The New Millennium.
- FBI leadership picks for Cyber Division “win praise.”
- 60 percent of small companies go out of business within 6 months of cyberattack — organizations should monitor all suspicious activity.
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– Kerry Morgan is a Cybercrime Reporter for Cybercrime Magazine.