GBTA Forecasts Seven Percent Growth in Global Business Travel Spend

Source: Security Magazine
GBTA Forecasts Seven Percent Growth in Global Business Travel Spend

Global business travel spending reached $1.33 trillion in 2017, advancing 5.8 percent over 2016 levels, according to the GBTA BTI™ Outlook – Annual Global Report & Forecast.

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Bug Bounty Program Dubbed “Hack the Marine Corps” Announced by DoD

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Voting Machines Used In 18 States Hacked In a Few Minutes

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Intel Reveals New Spectre-Like Vulnerability

Source: Dark Reading
Intel Reveals New Spectre-Like Vulnerability
A new side-channel speculative execution vulnerability takes aim at a different part of the CPU architecture than similar vulnerabilities that came before it.

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Miller & Valasek: Security Stakes Higher for Autonomous Vehicles

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Microsoft Cortana Flaw Allows Web Browsing on Locked PCs

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BlackIoT Botnet: Can Water Heaters, Washers Bring Down the Power Grid?

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2018 Pwnie Awards: Who Pwned, Who Got Pwned

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Widespread Instagram Hack Locking Users Out of Their Accounts

Source: The Hacking News
Widespread Instagram Hack Locking Users Out of Their Accounts
Instagram has been hit by a widespread hacking campaign that appears to stem from Russia and have affected hundreds of users over the past week, leaving them locked out of their accounts.

A growing number of Instagram users are taking to social media, including Twitter and Reddit, to report a mysterious hack which involves locking them out of their account with their email addresses changed to

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Email Phishers Using New Way to Bypass Microsoft Office 365 Protections

Source: The Hacking News
Email Phishers Using New Way to Bypass Microsoft Office 365 Protections
Phishing works no matter how hard a company tries to protect its customers or employees.

Security researchers have been warning of a new phishing attack that cybercriminals and email scammers are using in the wild to bypass the Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) mechanism implemented by widely used email services like Microsoft Office 365.

Microsoft Office 365 is an all-in-solution for users

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