How to keep your data safe online
This week, the Associated Press and Bloomberg reported that the FBI is looking into an attack on Skyworks Solutions.
The AP reported that FBI agents raided the company’s offices in Brooklyn, New York, and found $5 million in cash, an encrypted hard drive, and other sensitive information.
Skyworks told Bloomberg that it had no idea that the funds were at risk.
The New York Times said the FBI had also raided the offices of a subsidiary of the company called Skyworks Digital Solutions.
SkyWorks Digital Solutions is not part of Skyworks, and it is unclear if the company has been shut down.
Skyware says that the banknote attack is not connected to the company, but that it does not have any knowledge of it.
Skyvesolutions chief executive officer told Bloomberg, “It’s like a virus, and there is no vaccine.
There’s no way we can stop it.”
Bloomberg said that the company will take a forensic examination of the data to see if it contains any malware.
Skyworths website states, “We have been conducting a forensic investigation into the data breach and we are continuing to do so.”
Bloomberg also reported that Skyworks has begun removing some of its sensitive customer information from the company.
Skywide is a cybersecurity company that helps businesses and organizations protect their sensitive data online.
It was founded in 2014 and has raised more than $100 million in funding.
Bloomberg reported on Monday that Skyware will work with the FBI to investigate the attack and prevent future financial losses.
Bloomberg also cited an unnamed law enforcement official who said that “the FBI and local law enforcement are investigating the possible financial loss of the Skyworks business, a small technology company that’s been targeted in recent years by cybercriminals.”
Skyworks also has been targeted by hackers in the past.
In 2014, Skyworks reported a $4.3 million hack, which it said was caused by a botnet that infected its network with malware.
In 2015, Skyware said that it was hit with another $3.5 million attack, which is believed to have been caused by another botnet.
Skywork is currently working with the US Department of Homeland Security to investigate Skyworks’s data breach.