How a hacker attempted to poison a city’s water supply and the cybersecurity lessons learned – Video | ZDNet

How a hacker attempted to poison a city’s water supply and the cybersecurity lessons learned 21:33 / February 27, 2021 ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to Joe Slowik, senior security researcher at DomainTools, about the Oldsmar hacking incident and how to protect critical infrastructure from cyber attacks. Read more: http://zd.net/3r0vNlE Source link

Face Shields May Cut COVID Spread in Hair Salons

FRIDAY, Feb. 26, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Just having a chat in a hair salon can spread the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, a new study finds. The same is likely true in many health care settings, the same research showed. Most research on exhaled air and the spread of the virus has focused … Read more

NIA files charge sheet against 11 ‘Qaeda-inspired Module’ members

The National Investigation Agency on Friday filed a charge sheet against 11 alleged members of an ‘al-Qaeda-inspired module’. NIA has alleged in the charge sheet that they were planning to carry out terror attacks in India on instructions of their handlers based in Pakistan and Bangladesh. The 11 accused are: Murshid Hasan, Mosaraf Hoseen, Mainul … Read more

Warren Buffett’s highly anticipated annual letter arrives Saturday. Here’s what to watch for

Warren Buffett. Gerald Miller | CNBC The world is about to hear from Warren Buffett for the first time in nine months, and the legendary investor could make a wave of headlines. The 90-year-old chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is set to release his annual shareholder letter Saturday morning along with the conglomerate’s quarterly earnings. … Read more

In election year, BJP eyes new turf, Congress and others look at retaining strength

With the Election Commission announcing the dates for upcoming assembly polls for four states and one Union Territory, the crucial battle of 2021 has officially begun. In 2016, the BJP had worked hard and won Assam, which opened the gate for the party in the northeast. This time, the party has put all its might … Read more

ByteDance to pay $92 million in US privacy settlement

TikTok’s Chinese parent company ByteDance has agreed to pay $92 million in a settlement to US users who are part of a class-action lawsuit alleging that the videosharing app failed to get their consent to collect data in violation of a strict Illinois privacy law. The federal lawsuit alleged that TikTok broke the Illinois biometric … Read more

They thought they were being vaccinated. It was a trial.

Residents of the slum areas of the central Indian city of Bhopal, who recalled hearing about the offer back in December, said they scrambled to take it up. 750 rupees ($10) is about twice what they’d usually earn for a day’s hard labor. “They told us it is the corona vaccine and we should get … Read more