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Personal Data Protection in Russia

On July 1, 2017 new amendments on personal data came into legal effect in Russian legislation. They dictate new rules on processing and storage personal data, and impose additional requirements on service providers. At the present moment Russian IT infrastructure migrates to cloud storages. As is in European countries this tendency is enforced by legislation, specifically Federal Law 152 “Personal ... Read More »

Drug Dealer Bought a Gun on the Darknet “for Protection”

In early October, the Chilly-Mazarin Criminal Court heard the case of a formerly convicted drug dealer who had stepped up in the world of crime. In addition to cocaine and marijuana, police found a semi automatic in the suspect’s home. The gun, he said, came from the darknet. Local news outlets reported that the 31-year-old suspect had not “escaped a ... Read More »

CiantiMF – An Android OS Security Framework For Protection Against Tor Botnet Malware

The number of individuals using online payment systems via mobile devices is increasing steadily, which attracts hackers who utilize sophisticated pieces of malware to increase the impact of their malicious attacks. By far, the android OS is the most popular mobile device OS in the whole world. Accordingly, security of android devices is increasingly becoming a hot topic. The Security ... Read More »

Recent DDoS Attack Sparks Consumer Need for IoT Protection

The massive DDoS attack that took out the host of several popular websites in the United States and Europe in October still didn’t seem to be enough to get the ball rolling on a set of national cybersecurity laws. Adam Levin, founder of the data protection company IDT911 sees the recent attack as one of several reasons to implement these ... Read More »

Tor And Mozilla Working Together For More Protection Against Malware

The Tor browser’s primary function is to provide users with high level of protection and anonymity when they browse the internet. Lately, law enforcement authorities were carrying out attacks on individuals instead of the network itself by hacking their computers or the end points. This lead to the authorities learning the users’ IP addresses. Now, Tor Project’s and Mozilla’s team ... Read More »

EU Approves New Data Protection Rules

Thursday the European Union approved new data protection rules to help strengthen on line privacy, streamline legislation between the 28 member states, and boost police and security cooperation. The rules will create a strong data protection law for Europe’s 500 million citizens, replacing an outdated patchwork of national rules that only allow for tiny fines in cases of violation. There ... Read More »