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Cybersecurity-Privacy
Unregistered devices in hybrid work increase hacking risk in India
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Cyber-threats
Cyber threats shoot up over 60% through Nov: South Korea
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A total of 1,045 cyberattacks were reported to the authorities in the first 11 months of this year, up from 640 cases tallied last year, according to the data compiled by the Ministry of Science and ICT. Out of the total, 303 cases, or 29 per cent, were ransomware-related attacks, a type of malware that encrypts the victim's files and demands a ransom payment.
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Hackers breach Russian space research site, leak mission files
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Cyber-criminals linked to Anonymous hacking group have broken into a website belonging to Russia's Space Research Institute (IKI) and leaked files that allegedly belong to the Russian space agency Roscosmos. According to Vice, the mention of the ISS is referring to recent comments from Russian authorities around the possibility of pulling out from operation of the International Space Station.
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US introduces privacy bill to ban online 'surveillance advertising'
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The bill allows users to sue platforms like Facebook and Google if they break the law, granting up to $5,000 in relief per violation.
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G20 ministers agree on digital working group, discuss cybersecurity
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Speaking to reporters after Thursday's summit of G20 ministers, Italy's Minister for Technological Innovation and Digital Transition Vittorio Colao said the creation of the working group was the crowning achievement of the talks, Xinhua news agency reported. Italy, which holds the 2021 G20 presidency, hosted the talks in the northeastern port city of Trieste.
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