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SEC: Hackers broke into corporate filing system
The SEC says hackers may have made money from breaking into its corporate filing system and gaining access to inside information about companies.
[CNN Money]

What cybercriminals do with stolen Social Security numbers
The Equifax breach has people worried about what hackers can do with their data.
[CNN Money]

How the Equifax data breach happened: What we know now
Equifax first learned about the vulnerability two months before hackers began to exploit it.
[CNN Money]

Equifax data breach: Credit rating firm replaces key staff
Data on up to 143 million people may have been exposed when hackers hit the credit report giant.
[BBC News]

Equifax data breach: Credit rating firm replaces key staff
Data on up to 143 million people may have been exposed when hackers hit the credit report giant.
[BBC]

Equifax says almost 400,000 Britons hit in data breach
Data on almost 400,000 Britons was taken when hackers hit US credit rating firm Equifax, says the firm.
[BBC]

World Cup 2018: FA increases cyber security over hacking concerns
England players and staff will be advised not to use public or hotel Wi-Fi at the 2018 World Cup in Russia over hacking fears.
[BBC]

World Cup 2018: FA increases cyber security over hacking concerns
England players and staff will be advised not to use public or hotel Wi-Fi at the 2018 World Cup in Russia over hacking fears.
[BBC News]

Bunk beds, roaches and nerdy geniuses: my year in a Silicon Valley hacker house
The lives of tech entrepreneurs aren’t always as glamorous as they’re made out to be, as I learned living among them on a dangerous San Francisco street For the past 12 months of my life, I paid the bargain price of $1,250 per month to sleep diagonally in a bunk bed in a 10ft x 10ft room that I (...)
[The Guardian]

Hackers attacking US and European energy firms could sabotage power grids
Cybersecurity firm Symantec says ‘Dragonfly’ group has been investigating and penetrating energy facilities in US, Turkey and Switzerland A hacking campaign is targeting the energy sector in Europe and the US to potentially sabotage national power grids, a cybersecurity firm has warned. The (...)
[The Guardian]

UK universities targeted by cyber-thieves
The criminal hackers are looking for valuable research to steal, responses from learning institutions suggest .
[BBC]

UK universities targeted by cyber-thieves
The criminal hackers are looking for valuable research to steal, responses from learning institutions suggest .
[BBC News]

The Silicon Valley execs who don't eat for days: 'It's not dieting, it's biohacking'
Techies are pushing the trend of intermittent fasting for weight loss – made popular by diets like the 5:2 plan – to the extreme. Are they crazy? The last time any food passed Phil Libin’s lips was a day ago, when he ate yakitori at a restaurant in San Francisco’s Mission district. He’ll next eat (...)
[The Guardian]

Catching the hackers in the act
A BBC experiment gains an insight into the range of attacks companies and other organisations suffer every day.
[BBC]

Catching the hackers in the act
A BBC experiment gains an insight into the range of attacks companies and other organisations suffer every day.
[BBC News]

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