Posts Tagged ‘Cybersecurity’

Danger: Not-for-profit sector cuts corners on cybersecurity

Thursday, August 10th, 2023

New Zealand’s not-for-profit (NFP) sector’s cybersecurity isn’t anything like good enough, a newly-released report says. Grant Thornton New Zealand’s latest Not-for-Profit report says charities are particularly vulnerable to phishing attempts and ransomware attacks. The report states that these attacks are all over the economic sector and show no signs of abating. Report findings The Not-for-Profit Read more

Archbishop’s online rosary for peace cyber attacked

Monday, March 7th, 2022

There have been multiple internet outages across Europe and the US that experts say are cyberattacks linked to the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. According to the Archdiocese of San Francisco, an online “Rosary for Peace in Ukraine” was disrupted by a suspected cyberattack. The incident has been reported to the FBI. Instigated by Archbishop Read more

Claims China hacked Vatican emerge in lead-up to summit

Thursday, July 30th, 2020

Chinese government spies hacked Vatican computer networks, a US firm that tracks state-backed cyber attacks has reported. The apparent espionage effort also included hacking Catholic diocese of Hong Kong and the head of the Hong Kong Study Mission, who is seen as Pope Francis’ de facto representative to China. Security firm Recorded Future, which detected Read more