Operation Texonto spreads false war info, reveals ESET Research
Operation Texonto, a disinformation scheme targeting Ukrainians with war-related false information via spam emails, has been discovered by ESET Research.
Recorded Future rolls out AI tech to combat global threats
Recorded Future, the world's largest intelligence firm, unveils its pioneering AI technology designed to fight global threats. The 'Intelligence Graph' has been gathering and analysing threat data for a decade, upgrading it into actionable insights.
'Circle of Toys' launches to connect UK, Ukrainian toy donors & recipients
The Circle of Toys tech platform, created by Find Refuge, seeks to unite British and Ukrainian families through the donation of pre-loved toys, with its direct donation scheme already attracting more than 20,000 Ukrainian sign-ups seeking joyful respite amid adversity.
Cyberint report explores digital dynamics of Israel-Hamas, Russia-Ukraine conflicts
Cyberint releases report on digital warfare trends in Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine conflicts, highlighting increased hacktivism.
Trellix warns of rising collaboration in ransomware groups in 2023 report
Cybersecurity firm Trellix exposes alarming collaboration within ransomware groups, citing sophisticated tools and tactics, in a new report.
'UK's crucial infrastructure under major threat from cyber attacks' report reveals
The National Cyber Security Centre's annual review reveals a sustained and significant cyber threat to the UK's crucial infrastructure.
Mandiant tackles destructive Sandworm cyber attack on Ukrainian infrastructure
Mandiant thwarts Sandworm cyber attack on critical Ukrainian infrastructure, highlighting Russian cyber-offensive capabilities.
42% of macOS users use AI-based apps daily: Report
Setapp unveils annual Mac Apps Report, offering insights into app usage and trends among over 1,000 US Mac users.
Library For All, AWS & Cognizant boost education for displaced Ukrainian children
AWS and Cognizant join forces to support the Library For All non-profit, which aims to help displaced Ukrainian children.
QAwerk introduces overnight software testing services
QAwerk, a Ukrainian software testing agency, launches Overnight Testing services for faster product development.
Top 15 most active political and religious hacktivists groups revealed
Report ranks top 15 most active political and religious hacktivist groups, showing a rise in hacktivism since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Regional Contact Centre established for Ukraine refugees
According to UNHCR, more than 8 million Ukrainian refugees were recorded across Europe by the end of February 2023, a year after the war began.
LoopMe achieves 27% YoY growth in APAC, hires Head of South East Asia
LoopMe achieves 27% YoY growth in APAC, surpasses $150M global revenue with the help of AI-powered technology products and key executive hires.
The increasing presence of pro-Russia hacktivists
Pro-Russian hacktivists have moved beyond the basic denial-of-service scripts and crowdsourced attacks to more advanced and potent techniques.
The role open-source intelligence is playing in the Russian invasion
A newly released report by intelligence firm Flashpoint has detailed the role of open-source intelligence (OSINT) in the conflict.
Organisations changing cyber strategy in response to war in Ukraine
Nearly two-thirds suspect their organisation has been either directly targeted or impacted by a nation-state cyberattack.
What we can learn from the leaked Conti ransomware group chats
In February, Russia-based ransomware group Conti declared it would fully support the Russian Government during its invasion of Ukraine.
Russian, Ukraine-themed war lure of choice for cyber espionage
Russian and Ukraine-themed war documents have become the lure of choice for cyber espionage, according to a new analysis from Check Point Research.
Native technologies used in Russia-Ukraine cyber attacks
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is raging not only in the physical realm, but also on the cyber front.
NZ dollar edges higher after dairy auction as investors mull global concerns
The New Zealand dollar failed to jump significantly higher following a positive GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight as investors focused on global c.
NZ dollar little changed ahead of retail sales data as US on holiday
The New Zealand dollar is little changed from last week as traders await retail sales data amid expectations of quiet trading with US markets on ho.
While you were sleeping: Uncertainty on the rise
Wall Street moved lower alongside European equities amid increasing concern about a standoff between Greece and its international creditors.
NZ dollar edges up after Swiss National Bank imposes negative rates
The New Zealand dollar edged up after the Swiss National Bank imposed negative deposit rates in a bid to keep a cap on the nation's currency, leavi.
Wellington-based crowdfunding campaign raises over $10,000 in first 12 hours
Wellington-based social tech company Loomio has kicked off their global crowdfunding campaign to a great start, raising over $10,000 in the first 12 hours.