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Hungarian Apple Fans Shocked Over New iPhone Prices
US technology giant Apple unveiled its most expensive handsets ever this past Tuesday. While the basic iPhone X model costs a $999 and the more premium 256GB model retails at $1,149 in the United States, iPhone-buyers in most European countries, especially in Hungary, will have to pay significantly more for Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone. more »
Hungary To Review Its Cyber Security Strategy In Accordance With EU Regulations
The Hungarian government plans to review its cyber security strategy, identify necessary measures and implement European Union security regulations following legal harmonisation in the next 12 months, the Prime Minister’s Commissioner in Charge of Digital Welfare told a conference on ethical hacking on Thursday. more »
Budapest Flylancer Launch: Networking For Digital Nomads & Freelancers, 31 August
Eager to meet other Digital Nomads & Freelancers in Budapest? Then join us for an evening of fun, games, drinks alongside Budapest's beautiful river. more »

Digital Theme Park Opened


Digital Theme Park Opened
Every school in Hungary will be equipped with ultra-fast broadband internet and WiFi by the end of the 2018-19 school year, Tamás Deutsch, head of the Digital Welfare Programme, said yesterday in Székesfehérvár. more »

Police Drop Case Against ‘Ethical Hacker’


Police Drop Case Against ‘Ethical Hacker’
Police in Hungary have dropped a procedure against an ethical hacker who demonstrated a security vulnerability in the Budapest transport authority’s (BKK) e-ticket system, saying that the man’s actions had not presented a danger to society and did not constitute a crime. more »

Cybercriminals Target Personal Data Of Blood Donors After Attacks On Banks


Cybercriminals Target Personal Data Of Blood Donors After Attacks On Banks
Following attacks on Budapest transport authority BKK and several Hungarian banks, cybercriminals now have their sights on the personal data of blood donors, according to Magyar Idők. Over the past few weeks, the National Blood Supply Service (OVSZ) has received several reports of attempts to obtain the personal data of blood donors in the name of blood bank centres, the paper said. more »



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