Hackers access 2.65M patient data of Atrium Health, previously Carolinas HealthCare System

The security incident occurred at Atrium Health’s third-party provider AccuDoc Solutions. In yet another massive data breach, Atrium Health, previously known as Carolinas HealthCare System, stated data of nearly 2.65 million patients, including their dates of birth, addresses, and social security numbers, may have been compromised at its third-party provider AccuDoc Solutions. Incidentally, Atrium provides…

China Consumer Association chastises Apple following Apple ID thefts by hackers

Apple users who had not enabled the two-factor authentication have fallen victim to phishing scams. Apple has stated, the incident has led to a rise in “false and fraudulent refund claims trying to take advantage of this incident.” Earlier thhis month, following an internal investigation Apple stated, it had uncovered a “small number of our…

Singapore’s cyber attack carries the signature of Advanced Persistent Threat group

The attack comes despite robust security measures undertaken by Singapore, a highly wired and digitalized state which has made cyber security a core priority since more than a decade. On Monday, on a follow up on Singapore’s worst ever cyber attack which saw personal information of nearly 1.5 million people, including its Prime Minister being…

Detected limited intrusion of malware: Boeing

Although a few of its systems were affected by malware, due to timely remedial measures neither deliveries nor production was affected by the intrusion. Boeing Co’s vice president stated the planemaker had “detected a limited intrusion of malware” that had affected “a small number of systems”. Media reports that malware had caused disruptions in Boeing…

Cybellum’s researchers find a technique which can turn your AV against you

If you have data on your computer that is important, you need to watch the video mentioned below. It could stave off a ransomware attack. Security researchers from Cybellum have discovered a zero-day attack technique that hackers use to take control of your computer. The 0-day attacked is called DoubleAgent. Developers typically use Microsoft’s Application…