Maritime company exposes military submarine details

ThyssenKrupp reveal a sensitive cyber attack on 2017. The target was a shipyard were the group will manufacture military ships and submarines for Israel. The leak exposes technical details about the submarines that were being built.  Erel Margalit, CEO of JVP, said that the Lebanese part of ThyssenKrupp group could deliver confidential information to some Iranian groups. For […]


CyberTech TLV 2018

Cydome participated at CyberTech TLV 2018. Cybertech is the most significant conference and exhibition of cyber technologies outside of the United States.Cybertech Conference & Exhibition will present commercial problem solving strategies and solutions for the global cyber threat that meet the diverse challenges for a wide range of sectors: finance transportation, utilities, defense, R&D, manufacturing, […]


Maersk will lose 300 million because cyberattack

The container transportation company Maersk was hit by NotPetya ransomware this July. The attack impacted Maersk Line, APM Terminals and Damco. Consequently, one of their subsidiaries remain offline business for two days. The CEO announced that the company could lose 300 million in revenues. However, they said that third party data was not compromised. Between […]


Maritime companies are in danger by a bug  

The consulting company IOActive publish a series of vulnerabilities found in AmosConnect 8 platform from Inmarsat. The software is used for monitor GPS and Technology systems on board, as well as providing messaging, email and web browsing services. One of the bugs was found in the login form, allowing the attacker to easily obtain the […]


Russian Hackers stole NSA spying code

The hackers stole National Security Agency procedures used to spy foreign networks and the methods adopted to protect the networks of U.S.. Besides, the group took the code associated to the previous tasks. The breach took place in the home computer of a NSA contractor. The hacker used a Kaspersky Lab antivirus to access the […]


Verizon / NICE Systems leak

A misconfigured cloud-based file repository exposed the names, addresses, account details, and PINs of as many as 6 million US customers of telecommunications carrier Verizon. The cloud server was owned and operated by telephonic software and data firm NICE Systems, a third-party vendor for Verizon. More information click here   


Equifax suffered a data leak of 143 million customers

Equifax suffered the major data leak in its history. The event involved 143 million of customers and compromised Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers. The leak took place on July 29th. The company set a web, , where you can check if your data have been stolen. […]


Data Protection and Cybersecurity Post-Brexit

Uncertainty over Brexit is high and its full implications are still unknown, especially since no date has been set for the U.K. to exit the EU. But many are concerned about the impact Brexit could have on data privacy and U.K. cybersecurity. Data Privacy Regulations In terms of data protection, the U.K. will still be […]


IT Outsourcing Grouth- Data Security and Privacy Concern

A new report released by Research and Markets, forecasts IT Outsourcing (ITO) market growth, for Asia and  Pacific market (APAC) while showing a real concern regarding data security and privacy. IT Outsourcing is growing In the report, industry expert say that ITO market in APAC will grow 5.80% by 2020. A key factors for this growth is the cloud computing: […]


Vine – source code data loss case

Twitter’s Vine short video application was released today online by accident in July. Vine was acquired by Twitter in 2012 and creates six seconds videos. The dataloss was published by a security researcher that found a subdomain on Vine’s website which led to him discovering Vine’s entire source code available for download. The source code for apps and […]