Top Cybersecurity News For 26th April 2016

  1. Hackers Have Launched a War Against the KKK. From EpochTimes. Over the course of the last couple months, websites belonging to the KKK flicked off and on, members of the hate group have had their identities posted online, and their recruiting efforts have been attacked. This has been the work of several hacker collectives, including Anonymous and BinarySec, under a loosely-coordinated operation they’re calling #OpKKK.
  2. The Latest Data Breach Involves The Voting Records Of 93.4 Million Mexican Citizens. From Yahoo News. Yet another data breach has grabbed international headlines, and this one involves the voting registration records of some 93.4 million Mexican citizens. On April 14, Chris Vickery of MacKeeper discovered that he was able to access a tome of information, including names, birth dates, home addresses, ID numbers, and more, all on an unprotected Amazon cloud server.
  3. This one chart explains why cybersecurity is so necessary. From TrueViralNews (Infographic From BI Intelligence)cybersecurity20infographic

  4. Church website hacked by alleged terrorist group. From Fox17 West Michigan. A church in West Michigan is trying to figure out why their website was a target for hackers over the weekend. An alleged terrorist group is taking credit for hacking Lamont Christian Reformed Church’s website. It was 15-year old Elizabeth Storteboom who discovered the website was hacked. Friday night instead of the churches website she read “You have been hacked by the United Cyber Caliphate”, a group that claims to be a cyber army for the Islamic State.

  5. Vancouver student expelled for hacking high school email system. From Fox19 Cincinnati. A Vancouver Public School District spokesperson said Skyview High School email system was hacked early Tuesday morning by a student. Communications Director Patricia Nuzzo said the student was “emergency expelled” until appropriate disciplinary action can be determined.
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