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GOT(IT) #33: Apple to secure Lightning port against hacking, plus how Uber uses machine learning to detect scammers

by Nicolas Poggi June 18, 2018

From Whatsapp, to Apple's iPhone encryption, law enforcement has always looked for back-doors to access protected user data. The industry's stand? With the users, always.

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GOT(IT) #32: Ransomware attack on Atlanta cripples basic services, plus VPNFilter's router botnet is alive and growing

by Nicolas Poggi June 11, 2018

Infrastructure attacks have been escalating over the last year, from the standard intrusion to grid networks to March's attack on Atlanta's basic services.

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GOT(IT) #31: Coca-Cola employee data breach, Ticketfly hacked and ransomed, plus Steam code execution vulnerability

by Nicolas Poggi June 4, 2018

Lay-off procedures are more than just awkward situations, they can also be a risk to your company's secrecy and data infrastructure.

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GOT(IT) #30: FBI seizes Russian botnet, researchers pass AMD SEV virtual machine's encryption, plus  Z-Wave IoT attack.

by Nicolas Poggi May 28, 2018

We've hit three decades of Got(IT)! Well, ok, thirty posts, not years, but we will get there!

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GOT(IT) #29: A no-password future by Firefox, FBI's numbers on cybercrime, plus Google query mines accounts from Trello boards

by Nicolas Poggi May 14, 2018

This week we talk about a password-less future! What's your password-killer choice? Biometrics, physical keys, or another one?

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GOT(IT) #28: Doppelgänging Ransomware, Pacemakers cybersecurity fragile, plus Android P blocks network monitoring.

by Nicolas Poggi May 7, 2018

This week we're looking at new threats and security changes that could soon become day-to-day issues!

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GOT(IT) #27: GrandCrab ransomware campaign, Total Meltdown working exploit, plus the Drupalgeddon

by Nicolas Poggi April 30, 2018

A week of warnings! This time we have a recap full of flaws, exploits, and malware, so keep your eyes open and see what could affect your network.

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GOT(IT) #26: Flaw in Outlook leaks passwords, cyberattacks target accountants, plus police forces seek to crack iPhones

by Nicolas Poggi April 16, 2018

This week we steer clear from this year's tendencies and we start to look into new flaws and targets!

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GOT(IT) #25: Cellphone spying suspected in DC, outgoing White House emails not protected, plus ransomware isn't dead (yet)

by Nicolas Poggi April 9, 2018

New day of the week for GOT(IT), but this year's security topics still feel like a spy vs spy strip!

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GOT(IT) #24: Iranian attacks on Universities, Russian agent behind Guccifer 2.0's mask, cryptojacking follows the tide

by Nicolas Poggi March 23, 2018

2018's top cyber-threat tendencies are living up to their name: state-sponsored attacks and cryptojacking continues on the rise

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