The TRA revealed that its monthly report on cybersecurity developments in the Federal Government of the UAE for the month of June 2020 showed that the cyber-attacks varied between malware (73 per cent), vulnerabilities (15 percent) and phishing attacks (12 per cent).
The gang would threaten victims and take their belongings including mobile phones and credit cards after they take pictures of the men in indecent positions and threaten to post their videos online and share it with the victims' contacts if they report the matter to the authorities.
Dubbed "Fox Hunt 2", the operation took down the suspects for committing crimes outside the UAE, including money-laundering, cyber fraud, hacking, criminal impersonating, scamming individuals, banking fraud and identity theft.
in an interesting case of cyber fraud, a man posed as the victim's senior by creating a fake Facebook ID and then contacting the victim and asking for immediate transfer of Rs60,000 (Dhs2,950) into his Paytm account to get his wife treated in hospital.
The hospitality industry is increasingly prone to cyber-attacks and breach of customers’ personal data. Generally there are two types of organisations. Ones that are aware that they have been hacked and the second have been hacked
Soon after the Delhi Police started questioning a prominent South Delhi school student in connection with the the Boys Locker Room controversy probe, 22 others linked to the mess went underground on Tuesday.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Appeal upheld the judgment issued by the Court of First Instance, which convicted a famous social media figure over charges of misusing social media websites.
In a bone-chilling incident, a couple in the US was left stunned when a hacker broke into their connected home and started talking to them via camera, played vulgar music on the video system in the living room and even turned thermostat to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (over 32 degrees Celsius).
Taipei has accused Beijing of stepping up a cyber campaign since 2016 when Taiwan elected President Tsai Ing-wen, who refuses to acknowledge Beijing's insistence that the self-ruled democratic island is part of "one China".