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Romance Fraudster in UK to Spend 2 Years Behind Bars After Conning Victims Out of £20,000

Last week, a serial romance fraudster was sentenced to 28 months in prison for conning several women out of £20,000. According to the National Crime Agency (NCA), Osagie Aigbonohan, a 41-year-old from Nigeria, was in contact with over 670 people on various online dating and social media websites.

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Safari browser bug can expose your browsing history, affects all platforms

Famed for its mission to improve user privacy, Apple sometimes faces the thankless task of dealing with rotten fruit in its own backyard. According to 9to5Mac, citing researchers from FingerprintJS, a bug affecting Safari 15 on all platforms could potentially disclose information about your browsing history and even your Google User ID.

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Applying Operational Excellence in MDR

This is the final installment in our three-part blog series on how Bitdefender has built principles of operational excellence (OE) into our managed detection and response (MDR) service. Part 1 defined OE principles, described why they are important in the MDR industry and how they enable security operations to achieve scale and effectiveness. Part 2 outlined the steps organizations can follow to design their own MDR service or in-house security operations using OE principles. This final installment describes how OE principles are applied in the day-to-day operations of Bitdefender’s MDR service, and how that makes our clients more secure and cyber resilient.

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Crypto.com admits security incident, assures clients ‘funds are safe’

Crypto.com, a cryptocurrency exchange app based in Singapore with over 10 million users, temporarily suspended withdrawal of funds Monday after a users reported suspicious activity in their accounts. The app, which is endorsed by Matt Damon and has sponsorship contracts with Formula 1, the Italian Seria A football league and the Los Angeles Lakers, held the suspension for 12 hours.

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