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A former student and wrestler at the University of Iowa was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday in Denver for allegedly installing keyloggers on university computers as part of a cheating scheme, writes The New York Times. 22-year-old Trevor Graves allegedly hacked the university’s computers to steal test questions and assignments, and change his grades […]

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It’s difficult – if not impossible – for any organization to keep their networks and systems completely safe from knowledgeable, well-resourced and determined attackers. Still, we expect companies that advise other companies on information security to be better than most at protecting themselves. But is that expectation misplaced? Take, for example, the recent Deloitte hack. […]

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    Catalan football club FC Barcelona confirmed their Twitter account was hacked Wednesday morning, following a tweet announcing the fictitious signing of player Angel Di Maria from Paris Saint-Germain. The attack happened right after on Tuesday FC Barcelona announced their plans to sue former player Neymar. The Brazilian allegedly failed to complete his contract and […]

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