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Facebook Can Track You on Android

4 January 2019

Sharing data on Facebook is possible when you are logged out of the social network and even if you don’t have an account on it.
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Hacker Discovered New Windows Zero-Day Exploit

2 January 2019

A hacker dubbed SandboxEscaper has revealed on Twitter a new unknown serious Windows flaw.
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Schneider Electric’s Vehicle Charging Station Could be Hacked

28 December 2018

A critical vulnerability in Schneider Electric's EVLink stations allows the successful hack.
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10 Huge Cybersecurity Breaches in 2018

27 December 2018

A review of some of the most significant cybersecurity scandalous cases that AMATAS informed you about throughout 2018.
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Convention 108 Is About to Become a Modern Data Protection Instrument

20 December 2018

Council of Europe's convention which ensures data protection is in a process of serious modernisation.
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New SQLite Flaw Affects Thousands of Applications

17 December 2018

The new vulnerability was called Magellan and may impact apps for years to come.
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EU Cybersecurity Act Was Agreed On

14 December 2018

EU negotiators agreed on strengthening Europe's cybersecurity through a Cybersecurity Act.
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Hackers Exploit Adobe Flash Zero-day Vulnerability to Hijack Windows Computers

10 December 2018

Malicious ActiveX-embedded documents are distributed via phishing emails.
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100 Million Quora Users Attacked

6 December 2018

A massive cybersecurity breach of the Q&A website compromised personal data of million users.
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Personal Data of 500 Million Marriott Hotels‘ Customers Were Compromised

3 December 2018

This data security breach is one of the largest in history!
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Turning the Abstractness of Cybersecurity into a Personal Matter

30 November 2018

AMATAS’ Chief Cybersecurity Strategist Boris Goncharov held a presentation during the Technical seminar, organized by the ISSA European Network (IEN) on the topic of data exchange between social security institutions
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Google Is Accused by 7 EU Countries for GDPR Violations

28 November 2018

Google would need to pay more than $4 billion, if the accusations against the company get confirmed.
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