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September 5, 2019
Computer Weekly Computer Weekly

Latest Facebook security lapse exposes millions to account hijack

Positive Technologies commented on the Facebook data leak where 419 million user phone numbers were left unprotected. Dmitry Kurbatov, CTO of Positive Technologies, said this latest Facebook breach is a reminder that even the largest companies companies can fail to secure data. He discussed the damages and risk associated with these type of attacks.
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September 5, 2019
The Independent The Independent

Facebook accidently leaks phone numbers of 419 million users

Positive Technologies commented on the Facebook data leak where 419 million user phone numbers were left unprotected. Dmitry Kurbatov, CTO of Positive Technologies said "In terms of the damage that could be done – the more a hacker knows about you the more powerful they are."
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September 5, 2019
SC Magazine SC Magazine

Millions of Facebook user records, including phone numbers, found online

Dmitry Kurbatov CTO at Positive Technologies commented on the Facebook data leak where 419 million user phone numbers were left unprotected. He discussed the damages and risk associated with the type of data under attack.
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July 24, 2019
Infosecurity Magazine Infosecurity Magazine

UK Government Delays Huawei 5G Decision

The article includes comment from Dmitry Kurbatov CTO at Positive Technologies to highlight the impact of the UK government's decision to delay Huawei 5G rollout.
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July 23, 2019
Professional Security Professional Security

Telecoms review

The article is centred on the UK government's decision to delay Huawei 5G rollout. Dmitry Kurbatov CTO at Positive Technologies delivers insights into the impact of shunning Huawei when it comes to launching 5G networks in the UK.
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June 28, 2019
Telemedia Online Telemedia Online

5G launches with security flaws, expert warns

"The article mentions a report by Positive Technologies which outlines what is known about the standardization and architecture of 5G networks, and what security issues could come to the fore as a result. Positive Technologies experts highlight that many 5G networks will have known vulnerabilities from day one, due to the fact that they rely on existing 4G infrastructure. According to 3GPP Release 15 for 5G which came out in summer 2018, the first wave of 5G networks and devices is classified as Non-Standalone (NSA)."
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June 28, 2019
Information Security Buzz Information Security Buzz

Positive Technologies Experts: 5G Launches With Security Flaws

The article highlights the security implications of 5G based on a Positive Technologies report, featuring comment from Jimmy Jones, Telecom Business Unit Lead at Positive Technologies.
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June 27, 2019
Intelligent CIO Intelligent CIO

Positive Technologies experts: 5G launches with security flaws

Intelligent CIO covers Positive Technologies report, 5G Network Security: Vulnerabilities Old and New, which outlines some of the greatest risks facing 5G as networks as they begin to launch around the world.
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June 10, 2019
Verdict Verdict

Is $62bn a price worth paying to protect Europe’s 5G from alleged Chinese threats?

Verdict published an article about banning equipment from Chinese vendors from Europe’s 5G networks costing up to €55bn, and feautures comment from Dmitry Kurbatov CTO at Positive Technologies.
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May 13, 2019
Telecoms Telecoms

Why unlocking 5G’s value depends on its security

Telecoms publishes an article authored by Michael Downs, Managing Director of UK & EMEA at Positive Technologies on the security concerns that need to be addressed as operators roll out 5G
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