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Microsoft pushes release of AI-powered Recall after privacy concerns

Just weeks after Microsoft announced a new Recall feature, where a user’s screen is regularly recorded, the technology giant has delayed the release of this AI-backed tool. As soon as... Read More


EU cybersecurity label should apply to big tech, says industry groups

The European Cybersecurity Certification Scheme on Cloud Services (EUCS) should not discriminate against Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, according to 26 industry groups across the EU. The EUCS is led by... Read More


NATO invests £865M in European tech companies

A consortium of NATO allies has announced the initial round of European companies receiving funding from its £865 million ($1.1 billion) innovation fund. The NATO Innovation Fund (NIF) said it... Read More


More than 160 Snowflake clients breached by cyber criminals

A report from cybersecurity firm, Mandiant, has identified 165 potential victims of the hacking firm UNC5537, where a significant volume of data has been stolen from Snowflake users. The criminals... Read More


UK and Canada team up for 23andMe data breach investigation

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has announced a joint investigation into the data breach of genetic testing company, 23andMe, with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC).... Read More


Ticketmaster cyberattack probed over user data leak

Following the discovery of a data breach on 20 May at ticket seller Ticketmaster, parent company Live Nation Entertainment said it was investigating the unauthorised activity. In a filing to... Read More


Major London hospitals targeted by cyberattack

A serious cyberattack has led to several hospitals in London, including King’s College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’, being forced to cancel operations. A range of primary care services, blood... Read More


Internet Archive disrupted by sustained DDoS attack

Non-profit digital library the Internet Archive has faced days of distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks as it attempts to ensure users can access services. The collections of more than 860 billion web... Read More


Auction house Christie’s victim of data breach after ransomware attack

In early May, the website for major auction house Christie’s went offline after what it described as a “technology security incident.” The attack happened as Christie’s started to sell items... Read More


OpenAI announces creation of safety and security committee

US-based AI research organisation OpenAI, best known for its ChatGPT system, has established a new Safety and Security Committee. Led by notable board members, including CEO Sam Altman, the Committee... Read More


UK Information Commissioner’s Office proposes £750k fine for PSNI over data breach

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has announced it intends to fine the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) £750,000 ($955,687) for failing to protect the personal information of its... Read More


Cybercriminal site BreachForums seized by FBI

In a cross-border law enforcement operation, led by the FBI and DOJ, the notorious cybercrime forum BreachForums has been shut down. Before it was blocked, the site was popular from... Read More


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