Through its official spokesperson, the European Commission acknowledged that last March it was the victim of a dangerous cyberattack that would also have affected other organizations in the European Union.
After an arduous investigation into the operators of some profiles, Twitter decided to delete dozens of accounts allegedly linked to the Russian government dedicated to the dissemination of misinformation about
No one is safe from cybersecurity incidents, not even international agencies with large technological resources and complete equipment dedicated to their security. In a recent statement, the European Parliament (EP)
A new strategy to combat the pandemic will be implemented n the near future. According to instructors in a GDPR course, European Union member countries will begin to take the
Google has announced its plan to limit the number of advertising third-party cookies on websites visited through Chrome as a privacy and data protection measure for users. The technology company
Good news for members of the digital asset community. According to cybersecurity specialists, Germany’s parliament has just passed a law allowing banking institutions to sell and store cryptocurrencies starting in
A group of cybercriminals successfully intervened in European Union’s diplomatic communications for about three years According to specialists in digital forensics from the International Institute of Cyber Security, thousands of