In December's update, we see further stories of Covid-related hacking attempts as worldwide vaccination gets off the ground.
In November’s news, Covid-related cybercrime has driven UK attacks to a record number.
In March’s news, Microsoft releases 115 security updates on “Patch Tuesday” to address and resolve known security vulnerabilities within Windows operating systems and associated software – the biggest release in the company’s history. Besides this, there have been several SQL Server and Windows..
In January's news - researchers have uncovered an unsecured database in the cloud containing sensitive information belonging to thousands of British citizens and a number of High Street banks were forced to halt foreign currency exchange following a ransomware attack on travel money supplier..
In December’s news, there have been multiple data leaks after companies have failed to sufficiently secure their databases, as well as further advancements in AI, with it surpassing doctors in its ability to spot breast cancer from scans. Alongside this, there have been a number of SQL updates..
In November's news - AI is being used by both those creating and protecting against spam mail and a company discovered it had been the victim of several hacking events over a two year period after it was alerted to a storage drive being filled by an archive file left by the hacker.
In October's news - AI usage continues to spread and evolve, malware attacks SQL 2012 and 2014, and critical security updates for Windows, SQL 2016, and SQL 2017 are released.
In July's news - the Information Commissioner’s Office cracked down on GDPR breaches, giving Marriott a fine of nearly £100 million. Also, critical Windows and SQL Server updates.
This month, both Google and Arm have continued to scrutinise Huawei amid security concerns, and reports from MalwareBytes have shown that the WannaCry virus still presents a very real threat. Also, Critical Windows and SQL Server updates, and CTP 3.0 for SQL Server 2019 were released.
Security concerns have risen this month around the government’s controversial plan to allow Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, which is accused of being a gateway for China to spy on Western nations, build the UK's 5G network. Former defence secretary Gavin Williamson, who was sacked for disclosing..