Fortnite has been in the news a lot of late and some Fortnite hackers are now making $1 million a year.
Some tech industry security experts believe TikTok, which is owned by a Chinese company, has an ulterior purpose – spying on the United States.
While we hear about data breaches on a nearly weekly basis, the Capital One incident is noteworthy because it involved the bank’s migration to cloud computing.
The FBI and NSA have not issued mitigation advice to prevent the initial attack deployment; those should be on the radar of every Linux security team already.
Cybersecurity costs rising: Spending on Cloud Security is predicted to increase by 33% becoming a $585M market this year.
Take a moment and imagine what cyber threat might surface in an organization today. The list is endless. There is a hacker studying new ways to access sensitive or proprietary information or data every second.
As expected, TikTok has warned it could go to court and said it is “shocked” over President Donald Trump’s executive order on Thursday banning Americans from transacting with ByteDance, the firm’s Chinese owner.
To ensure the cybersecurity of a company from threat actors, especially during an extended period of remote work caused by COVID-19, it is important to use all of the available strategies to keep private information safe.