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Singapore health database breached, data of 1.5m stolen

Singapore's government health database has been breached by attackers who have stolen the personal information of about 1.5 million people, with the data of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long specifically targeted, the country's Ministry of Health has announced.

Big US heathcare diagnostics firm LabCorp hit by ransomware

Multinational healthcare diagnostics company Laboratory Corporation of America — better known as LabCorp — suffered a ransomware attack which hit one of its genetic-testing units over the last weekend.

British Airways accused of GDPR violation over data leaks

A security researcher has asked British Airways to explain why its online check-in page leaks booking references and surnames to a number of third parties, among them Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Doubleclick.

Robot security guard Nimbo set for duties in Australia

Nimbo, an intelligent security robot based on leading-edge artificial intelligence, could soon be deployed as a guard in places around Australia.

Optus delivers Bluetooth-connected app for Perth stadium

Australia’s second largest telco Optus has installed more than 1200 Bluetooth beacons inside Perth’s Optus Stadium which will deliver visitors a newly enhanced stadium app.

‘Índustry first’ email threat isolation solution released by Symantec

Global security company Symantec has released a new solution — email threat isolation — designed to block advanced email attacks on end user devices by helping to protect users against spear phishing, credential theft, account takeover and ransomware attacks.

Buried US Internet infrastructure faces risk from rising seas

Rising seas may inundate thousands of kilometres of buried fibre optic cable in densely populated coastal regions of the US in as little as 15 years due to climate change, a study has warned.

No standards for vulnerability database, but 'US has set norms'

There are no universal standards for a vulnerability database but the US national vulnerability database was the first to be set up and has set the norms for others, a researcher at the threat intelligence firm Recorded Future says.

Equinix set to roll out Cloud Exchange Fabric for Australia, APAC region

Interconnection and data centre company Equinix has announced plans for the rollout of its Cloud Exchange Fabric capabilities across the Asia Pacific which it says will help Australian businesses establish interconnection and networking capabilities with the South East Asia region.

Ballistix Sport AT Gaming memory released in TUF alliance

Gaming RAM manufacturer, Ballistix, today announced its new Ballistix Sport AT memory line, in support of the ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance.

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