Cybersprint is speed dating at KPN’s ‘Future of Transport & Logistics’ event

Today, Cybersprint participates in the KPN event Future of Transport & Logistics. We have been invited to pitch to KPN’s top customers in the industry.

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Team Cybersprint Expands

Cybersprint is proud to announce that new members have joined the team over the past few months. The expansion is in line with Cybersprint’s rapid growth in the national and international markets. Many of the departments are strengthened with motivated experts. Among them are Anne Karine Hafkamp and Jesse Kabelaar who have joined the sales team, Jeroen Dekkers strengthens the developement team, Willem van Zwieten has started as Data Scientist, Natalie Zorko as HR and Office Manager, and Hidde Kylstra as researcher, while finishing his University degree.

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How cyber-secure is Austria?

Cyber expert Christian Haschek has scanned the cyber security of Austria – the whole country. This is what he found.

American “tech geek” Christian Haschek has analysed the cyber security of Austria – the whole country. This is what he found.

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New Chrome extension checks if your passwords have been leaked

Password Checkup functions as your silent security assistant as you surf the web. How does it work?

Google has released a Chrome extension that automatically detects if your entered password has ever been leaked. “Password Checkup” was announced on 5 February, and functions as your silent security assistant as you surf the web.

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Dutch hospitals vulnerable to cyber attacks

PRESS RELEASE – Cybersprint study reveals 28 Dutch hospitals have outdated software or configuration errors.

PRESS RELEASE The Hague, 6 February 2019 – The cyber security of hospitals in the Netherlands leaves room for improvement. This makes some hospitals more vulnerable to hacking attacks, possibly leading to data breaches and the leaking of sensitive patient records, concludes a study conducted by Cybersprint, commissioned by Dutch national magazine Elsevier Weekblad. 

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Meet Cybersprint at Hannover Messe

From 1-5 April 2019, Cybersprint will be participating in Hannover Messe, Germany. Meet us at stand D08 in Hall 6! Register for a free ticket.

From 1-5 April 2019, Cybersprint will be participating in Hannover Messe in Hannover, Germany. This world-leading trade event is organised around all key technologies and core areas of the industries. Over 220,000 visitors are expected to attend this edition. We will have a Cybersprint stand where we will be ready to help you and give a demo of our Digital Risk Protection platform. You can meet us at stand D08 in Hall 6! You can register for a free ticket using our promo code.

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iOS bug turns FaceTime into spying tool

A newfound bug in FaceTime lets a caller immediately access the recipient’s microphone – before that person has accepted the call.

A newfound bug in FaceTime lets a caller immediately hear the recipient’s audio – before that person has either accepted or rejected the call. This means you can listen in on somebody while their phone is ringing without them knowing, up until they interact with their device.

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‘Collection #2 to #5’: 2.2 billion email addresses and passwords leaked

One week after ‘Collection #1’, ‘Collection #2 – #5’ leak 600GB of email data online.

New data dumps called ‘Collection #2’ to ‘Collection #5’ leak 2.2 billion email addresses and corresponding passwords. It was only a week ago that ‘Collection #1’ was leaked online, which contained similar data of 773 million unique email addresses and 21 million unique passwords.

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Gaming companies violate Dutch online privacy laws

The websites of Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft and Sony fail to request visitors for cookie permissions.

The websites of Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft and Sony are in violation with the Dutch laws concerning cookies and personal data storage, according to a study by Dutch news source NU.nl. The sites fail to ask visitors for permission, nor do they inform about the use and storing of cookies on the visitor’s devices.

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