UniCredit Hackers Try to Sell Employee Data on Cyber-Crime Forums

Data on about 3,000 UniCredit SpA employees was put up for sale on cyber-crime forums after a hacking attack. The data went on sale on April 19 and contained what the hacker said was information on UniCredit workers, including emails, phone numbers, encrypted passwords and names, Telsy, a unit of Telecom Italia SpA, wrote on its website Monday.

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Microsoft Just Dealt A New Blow To Zoom With This Bold Security Move

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last couple of weeks, you’ll know Zoom’s been having a pretty hard time…Not wanting to miss an opportunity to take advantage of this, Microsoft has just dealt a new blow to Zoom by publishing a blog promoting the security and privacy credentials of its rival video conferencing service, Teams.
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DOJ instructs state, local law enforcement to excuse feds traveling for work from lock downs

Despite lock downs and travel restrictions that are beginning to spread across the country, many federal employees still need to go into work to provide essential services. That’s why, on March 20, the Office of Attorney General William Barr sent a memo to all U.S. attorneys instructing them on how to deal with federal employees traveling to and from work during a lock down.
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