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Microsoft warns about Internet Explorer zero-day, but no patch yet

Microsoft has published a security advisory today about an Internet Explorer (IE) vulnerability that is currently being exploited in the wild — a so-called zero-day. The company’s security advisory (ADV200001) currently only includes workarounds and mitigations that can be applied in order to safeguard vulnerable systems from attacks. At the ...

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Learning the lessons of the Dixons Carphone breach

Why only one in three organizations are GDPR compliant — and the risks they’re facing as a result ZDNet’s Danny Palmer tells Karen Roby that over a year after coming into force, these three things are still causing trouble for organizations. Read more: https://zd.net/2nxbLDO Dixons Carphone was recently issued with ...

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Texas school district falls for email scam, hands over $2.3 million

Cybersecurity: Password-stealing hacking campaign poses new data threat Researchers uncover a phishing campaign attempting to steal login credentials from government departments across North America, Europe and Asia – and nobody knows who is behind it. A successful phishing scam has left a Texan school district $2.3 million out of pocket.  ...

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