0800 808 5270

Latest News

Latest News on Cyber, Penetration Testing, BPM & Digital development

Dilitas – Weekly Security Brief – Cyber/Internet/Mobile/Social Media/Hacking News


A report published today reveals that North Korea’s government-backed hacking units are renting access to elite hacking tools and access to hacked networks from the operators of the TrickBot botnet.

A threat group believed to have ties to the government of Vietnam is likely be behind the hacking of networks belonging to two car manufacturers: Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, better known as BMW, and Hyundai Motor Co.

A walkie talkie toy and two karaoke devices have been found to be potentially hackable, consumer group Which? has claimed.

Hackers Infect Hundreds Of Counterfeit Sneaker Sites To Steal Credit Cards.

Iran has foiled a second cyber-attack in under a week, the country’s telecommunications minister says.

A former U.S. Army employee was charged Thursday for his role in a bribery scheme to steer contracts to a U.S. Army base in Kuwait,

According to the Paraná state government, civil police in the state raided an unnamed organisation in Sao Paulo, Curitiba and other regional cities claiming the group promised as many as 5,000 victims that they could produce sky-high returns on bitcoin investments.

A US entrepreneur has been charged with defrauding investors in a cryptocurrency Initial Coin Offering (ICO) that raised more than $42 million. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) alleged that UnitedData founder Eran Eyal conducted a “fraudulent unregistered securities offering” by selling tokens for his Shopin business from August 2017 to April 2018.

Researchers discovered a new kind of “Fileless Malware” distributed by the infamous Lazarus APT Hackers Group. According to a security researcher from K7 Labs, the hacking group was spreading malware targeting MacOS users, to create fake cryptocurrency trading applications.

A 29-year-old cyber criminal is facing jail after he admitted accessing National Lottery gambling accounts.

Video showing a hacker talking to a young girl in her bedroom via her family’s Ring camera has been shared on social media amid warnings people need to secure the devices better.

Ensure that your own security arrangements are adequate and robust at all times.
Report any suspicious activity to Police immediately.
Confidential Anti Terrorist Hotline: 0800 789 321 or dial 999.

Source: ©2019 Dilitas Ltd | Unit 36, Chessington Business Centre, Cox Lane, Chessington, Surrey KT9 1SD

If you would like to understand how you can improve your cybersecurity strategy, find out more or get in touch with us today.