Beijing likely saved a lot of time and billions of dollars by copying components for its C919 plane from others, a new report from CrowdStrike says. When China’s domestically built C919 airplane becomes commercially available sometime in the next few years, many of the components in the plane will be based on designs and intellectual
The drones are reportedly built with parts that can compromise organizations’ data and share it on a server accessible to the Chinese government. The US Department of Homeland Security warns Chinese-made drones could be transmitting flight data to manufacturers and, in doing so, make it accessible to the Chinese government. Data security concerns aren’t new
A former senate staff member stole personal information about three senators and published it on Wikipedia. Jackson Cosko, a former Senate staff member, has pled guilty to five federal crimes: two counts of making public restricted personal information, one count of computer fraud, one count of witness tampering, and one count of obstruction of justice.
A series of 2018 cybersecurity incidents shows credential stuffing is a trend to watch among healthcare organizations. On Oct. 25, 2018, Bankers Life informed Humana of “unusual activity” affecting its systems. This was among the last breaches Humana disclosed in 2018 but far from the first. Bankers Life, which does business with the health insurance