The Week in Review: Cybersecurity News

Recent threats to real estate companies, HBO's new hack, the secret cyber attack on the FCC, explaining machine learning's role in big-data security analytics, and more


All the important stories you may have missed, in one place:

Real Estate Companies Are Sitting Ducks With countless attack vectors, real estate (a goldmine of financial transactions and data) is not prepared for what’s to come. [Read More]

Scottish Parliament Suffers a “Brute Force” Cyber Assault The attack targeted parliamentary IT accounts. [Read More]

AP Moller-Maersk Attack Will Cost Company $200–300 Million Most of this third-quarter fallout comes from the Petya/NotPetya attack. [Read More]

HBO Update: Social Media Accounts Compromised in New Attack This second hack went down on Wednesday. [Read More]

Big Data + Machine Learning = Dynamic Most Wanted List Why machine learning is essential to extracting intelligence from big data. [Read More]

Inside the FCC’s Reluctantly Admits to May 7 Cyber Attack Congress is calling for an independent investigation, because the agency refuses to reveal any details. [Read More]