Ramesh has seven years of experience writing and editing stories on finance, enterprise and consumer technology, and diversity and inclusion. She has previously worked at formerly News Corp-owned TechCircle, business daily The Economic Times and The New Indian Express.
The U.K. is preparing to revamp the country's data protection and privacy laws as a way to spur economic growth and innovation in its post-Brexit economy, according to government officials. While some British politicians see opportunity, privacy experts worry about moving away from EU standards.
A recently uncovered phishing campaign used fake COVID-19 vaccination forms - and took advantage of confusion over whether employees will return to their offices this fall - to harvest workers' email credentials, according to analysts with security firm INKY. The malicious messages appear to come from victims' HR...
The artificial intelligence systems used by image recognition tools, such as those that certain connected cars use to identify street signs, can be tricked to make an incorrect identification by a low-cost but effective attack using a camera, a projector and a PC, according to Purdue University researchers.
The U.K.'s Ministry of Defense reportedly posted a job opening recently for an electronics engineer, who would be working for its - wait for it - secret Special Air Service hacking unit, dubbed MAB5, in Hereford.
Scientists from the University of Maryland and the University of Colorado Boulder say they have discovered a new way that attackers could launch reflected denial-of-service amplification attacks over TCP by abusing middleboxes and censorship infrastructure.
Researchers at Group-IB say Chinese threat actors apparently were responsible for an attack on Russian federal executive authorities in 2020. Meanwhile, Positive Technologies reports that Chinese hacking group APT31 is now using a new dropper to infect Russian systems with malware.
Researchers at Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 say they have demonstrated how exploits of Microsoft Jet Database Engine vulnerabilities could lead to remote attacks on Microsoft Internet Information Services and Microsoft SQL Server to gain system privileges. Microsoft recently patched the flaws.
The Malwarebytes threat intelligence team has discovered a remote access Trojan apparently designed to target Russian speakers that may have combined a social engineering technique with a known exploit to maximize chances of infecting targets.
Europol says the "No More Ransom" project, a portal launched five years ago, so far has helped more than 6 million ransomware victims worldwide recover their files for free so they could avoid paying almost 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) in ransoms.
Malware developers increasingly are relying on "exotic" programming languages - such as Go, Rust, DLang and Nim - to create malicious code that can avoid detection by security tools and add a layer of obfuscation to an attack, according to a report released Monday by BlackBerry.
Researchers at Cognyte have identified the six common vulnerabilities and exposures - or CVEs - that were most frequently discussed by apparent cyberattackers on dark web forums between Jan. 1, 2020 and March 1, 2021. Five of these CVEs were for Microsoft products.
Google will soon release a security update to address eight vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser, including a high-severity zero-day flaw that's being exploited in the wild. It also plans to upgrade all Chrome page loads to HTTPS.