More than 1 terabytes of data compiled by three contractors of the U.S. Republican Party, including the details of 198 million American voters, were stored in a misconfigured database that could have been accessed by anyone, according to cyber resilience startup UpGuard.
Google is stepping up its efforts to block “extremist and terrorism-related videos” over its platforms, using a combination of technology and human monitors.
South Korean web hosting company Nayana agreed to pay $1 million in Bitcoin after a ransomware attack hit 153 Linux servers.
Finished intelligence, at its core, requires both data and context. While I’ve written previously about how different data sources — specifically the Deep & Dark Web versus the open web — can dictate the value and relevance of the resulting intelligence, establishing the proper context is just as crucial.
The Quantum Cryptography Problem