Cybersafety Sentinel August 2022 Week 3

Claudiu’s Top Post

Ever since human rights were crystallized in the Universal Declaration of 1948, some governments have had a tough time resisting the use of subterfuge, surveillance and spyware … Read more

Supercomputers for Cybersecurity

The federal government announced a $675,000 grant at the University of Waterloo on Tuesday to help Canadians defend against hackers using the next generation of supercomputers. Read more

WRDSB Breach: Change Needed

A major data breach at Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) is yet another example of the need to enhance the cybersecurity capabilities of all broader public sector (BPS) entities across the province of Ontario, says Rob Wong. Read more

Treasure Trove of Clues

When hackers started turning on one another and leaking the contents of closed online forums, cybersecurity researchers found a trove of information about criminals on the dark web. Read more

Technology Tested by Hackers

The Pentagon will deploy local, self-contained electric grids, or microgrids, to 134 Army bases. Experts say that microgrids are more susceptible to cyberattacks. Read more

Apple Warns of Security Flaw

Security experts have advised users to update affected devices – the iPhone6S and later models; several models of the iPad, including the 5th generation and later, all iPad Pro models and the iPad Air 2; and Mac computers running MacOS Monterey. Read more