Brisbane Airport security trial keeps laptops, liquids in your bag

One of the biggest hassles of international travel has to be the airport security checkpoint, where passengers have to fish laptops, tablets with keyboards, powders, liquids, aerosols and gels out of their bag and present them separately for screening: but Read More …

West Yorkshire Police are recruiting dogs to join their team and help catch criminals

Officers are on the tail and sniffing out their latest most wanted – but this time it’s not a criminal they’re after. West Yorkshire Police are on the lookout for some four-legged recruits, and are turning to dog owners among the Read More …

Airbus data breach impacts employees in Europe

European aerospace corporation Airbus disclosed today a security breach that impacted its commercial aircraft manufacturing business. The company said the security breach “resulted in unauthorised access to data.” According to a press release published earlier today, Airbus said that “some personal data Read More …

Theoretical Ransomware Attack Could Lead to Global Damages Says Report

According to a speculative cyber risk scenario prepared by Cambridge University for risk management purposes, a ransomware strain that would manage to impact more than 600,000 businesses worldwide within 24 hours would potentially lead to damages of billions not covered by insurers. First Read More …

Security alert for vulnerabilities in Siemens PLCs

Siemens has issued a security alert about the company’s Simatic S7-1500 programmable logic controllers (PLCs) after security researchers at Positive Technologies reported “serious vulnerabilities” that exposed industrial processes to denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. The researchers warn that, left unpatched, the vulnerabilities can be exploited by cyber Read More …

The European Commission has adopted new measures to improve aviation security in the European Union

On 23 January 2019, the European Commission adopted an Implementing Regulation amending Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1998 as regards clarification, harmonisation and simplification as well as strengthening of certain specific aviation security measures. The amendments concern measures in the areas of airport security, Read More …

20 killed, dozens wounded in Philippines church bombings

Two bombs tore through a Roman Catholic cathedral in southern Philippines on Sunday, killing at least 20 people and leaving dozens wounded, authorities said. Two suspected improvised explosive devices detonated at intervals at the Jolo Catholic cathedral in the Mindanao Read More …