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Ex-AWS employee behind Capital One hack also infiltrated its cloud servers to mine crypto

The former AWS employee who allegedly hacked Capital One bank in July has been accused of breaching the bank’s cloud servers to mine cryptocurrency.

Paige Thompson – who went by the online moniker “erratic” – was indicted yesterday for stealing data from Capital One and 30 other entities, and has been charged with wire fraud, and computer fraud and abuse, according to Seattle court documents.


Cloud Expo Asia Q&A: Branson Lee, CEO ECXX.com
It's just over two months until Cloud Expo Asia opens its doors at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. Looking ahead to October, Techerati has sat down with some of the event's most high-profile speakers to get underneath the tech and find out what makes them tick. First up is Branson Lee, prolific consultant, technologist... Read More

3 ways to secure your business against future cyber threats
Ahead of his presentation at Cloud Expo Asia in Singapore, Steve Ng, Lead, digital platform operations at Mediacorp Singapore, explains how organisations can prime themselves for evolving cyber threats Cyber security is a challenging field with a broad spectrum of technologies, threats, processes and zero-day exploits, one where both good and bad actors are searching... Read More

Nestlé launches another blockchain food tracker, despite ongoing IBM Food Trust participation

Nestlé wants to make its supply chain data accessible to everyone Food giant Nestlé has launched a blockchain platform that allows consumers to track the journeys made by food they purchase. The company, which is one of the world’s largest food companies by revenue, is working with OpenSC on the initiative. OpenSC was founded by WWF-Australia… Read More


Facebook’s rumoured cryptocurrency gets a name, white paper and launch date

Libra currency has already received millions in investment from names such as Mastercard, Uber and Spotify Facebook is to launch a smartphone-based cryptocurrency next year – backed by the likes of Mastercard, Visa and PayPal. The currency is known as Libra, which the social network says it has “no special role” in governing and will… Read More



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