There has been an unprecedented level of new cyber crime attacks worldwide in 2017 — both in number and intensity — and next year is expected to be even worse, according to global security firm MailGuard.
Global security vendor Centrify has warned that the major data breach revelations that have marked the past year would continue in 2018 as organisations struggle to recognise that “unmanaged trust is at the core of their cyber security vulnerability”.
A lone 20-year-old attacker hacked into the ride-sharing firm Uber last year and was paid by the company to destroy the data through a bug-bounty programme. The hack exposed the data of 57 million users globally, plus the details of seven million Uber drivers.
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