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Costa Rican public institutions join efforts on cybersecurity policies

On Monday, June 27, the Ministry of Science, Innovation, Technology and Telecommunications (MICITT) announced that it would work jointly with the National Council of...

Costa Rica President requests investigation of the Technology Department

President Rodrigo Chaves Robles ordered an investigation of the Technology Directorate of the Costa Rican Social Security Fund. Chaves also requested that those responsible...

Costa Rica President on Cyberattack: “People within Costa Rica are collaborating with Conti”

Costa Rican President, Rodrigo Chaves, stated that there are people in the country who are collaborating with the Conti cyber-criminal group. The hackers are...

Conti Group threatens Costa Rican government once again

The cybercriminal group Conti published a threatening message directed to Rodrigo Chaves’ government. This was revealed by the hackers in a message sent to...

US offers reward for hackers behind Costa Rica attack

The United States offered up to $10 million for information on the Russian-linked Conti hacking group accused of carrying out an attack in Costa...

In Costa Rica – Supply Chain Computer Attacks are on the Rise

According to a report from Soluciones Seguras, Costa Rica Organizations are being attacked more frequently in 2021. The main threat is expected to be...

Hackers with ties to China said to breach United Airlines

The previously unreported United breach raises the possibility that the hackers now have data on the movements of millions of Americans, adding airlines to a growing list of strategic U.S. industries and institutions that have been compromised.

Researchers identify sophisticated Chinese cyberespionage group

In recent weeks, a research consortium has detected Axiom malicious software on at least 43,000 computers around the world belonging to law enforcement and other government agencies, journalists, telecommunication and energy firms, as well as human rights and pro-democracy groups.

Brazil passes trailblazing Internet privacy law

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Brazil's Congress on Tuesday passed comprehensive legislation on Internet privacy in what some have likened to a web-user's bill of rights, after stunning revelations its own president was targeted by U.S. cyber-snooping.

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