Hackers stole data, Uber paid $100,000 to cover up the loopholes

Uber 2016 data security incident In 2016, Uber was evaded by hackers, private data of 57 million users and drivers worldwide has been disclosed including names, email addresses, and phone numbers of customers and drivers. The leak affected 57 million Uber users worldwide and involved 174,000 Dutch citizens. When the incident occurred, Uber did not…

Cybersecurity – Self development session

In 2020, many activities have moved online. While JCI and other organizations expand their business network and activities to this virtual platform, cybersecurity becomes increasingly important. In order to promote more member awareness around this topic, this course will cover international laws and regulations with real-life examples to help Local Organization management plan and implement…

Are Android 12 and iOS 15 worth updating?

Are Android 12 and iOS 15 worth updating? In recent years, with the continuous advancement of technology, our mobile phone system such as iOS and Android have been improving their vulnerabilities and optimizing through updates continuously. Indeed, system updates may cause some problems every time. Take phone storage as an example, the system firmware is…

Amendment on the OSCP exam in 2022

Revision on OSCP exam in 2022 Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) exam is an industry-leading penetration testing with Kali Linus (PWK/PEN-200). Passing the OSCP exam is a significant recognition and advancement to a future career, therefore, it becomes one of the most sought-after credentials in the IT industry, many IT technicians apply for the exam…

StormEye joined Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2021

StormEye joined Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2021 Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2021 on-day We joined the Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2021 as an exhibitor this year.  We are delighted to be invited to attend this event as an exhibitor which is a recognition for our effort on cybersecurity in these years. During the CVCF, we…

British airways fined £20m for data breach

In September 2018, British Airways reported to the Information Commissioners’ Office (ICO) for its website data breach that took place in June 2018. Why was fined? In the incident, over 500,000 British Airways passengers had been affected. Their personal information, including names, addresses, email addresses, payment methods, credit card numbers as well as travel booking…

New Zealand – The Privacy Act 2020

New Zealand – The Privacy Act 2020 New Data Protection Law in New Zealand In recent years, the concerns on data protection and privacy have been rising significantly, many regions and countries have introduced different laws and rules to regulate data breaches. The GDPR was launched by the EU in May 2018 and the LGPD…