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January 17, 2020
NEW HAVEN — Authorities arrested a New Haven woman Friday morning who has been on the run from federal authorities since November after an indictment was handed down against her in connection with narcotics imported from the “dark web.” Jimiesha McKoy, 30, of New Haven, was arrested Friday in Hamden where she was working as...
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When tensions got white-hot between the United States and Iran over the assassination of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, it was widely believed the U.S. electric utilities would bear the brunt of Iranian reprisals. The nation’s electric industry leaders spent anxious hours wondering where, when and how bad? It did not happen, but the alarm was...
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Getting snagged by a phishing scam is never pleasant. It usually involves a cybercriminal using emails, texts, social media or phone calls to lure someone into handing over sensitive information. And as we become more and more dependent on technology and digital alerts, this scam builds up its confidence. Thankfully, there are ways to identify,...
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Imperva’s New Expansion  We are happy to announce that Imperva has launched our new Buenos Aires data center.  We’re thrilled to bring our leadership in cybersecurity plus enhanced performance and decreased latency to Argentina and the surrounding countries in the region.  Our new data center is now servicing local customers and has already blocked several...
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The word “Burisma” is all over the news at the moment – it’s a Ukranian energy company that, according to some claims, was broken into by Russian hackers looking for sensitive data to steal. As you can imagine, the way the hackers got in is supposed to have been by means of phishing attacks. Phishing,...
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Enterprise VulnerabilitiesFrom DHS/US-CERT’s National Vulnerability Database CVE-2019-15625PUBLISHED: 2020-01-18 A memory usage vulnerability exists in Trend Micro Password Manager 3.8 that could allow an attacker with access and permissions to the victim’s memory processes to extract sensitive information. CVE-2019-19696PUBLISHED: 2020-01-18 A RootCA vulnerability found in Trend Micro Password Manager for Windows and macOS exists where...
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Welcome aboard the AIMS Research Vessel Solander. Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET A population of rare benthic siphonophores, which are related to coral and jellyfish, has been found along a 17,000-year-old drowned Western Australian coastline that’s now more than 400 feet underwater. During a recent voyage in the Kimberley Marine Park, scientists from the Australian...
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Cyber security is a complex topic where difficult problems mingle with tall claims.  This week, we came across one such from a competitor – “out-of-band real-time security.”   As the economy becomes increasingly reliant on the cloud, preventing threats and leakage is hugely important and the raison-de-etre for a CASB.    In order to prevent threats...
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Turkish hackers claimed on Friday to have hijacked for more than 90 minutes the official websites of the Greek parliament, the foreign affairs and economy ministries, as well as the country’s stock exchange. On their Facebook page, the hackers group, Anka Neferler Tim, justified their actions by saying that “Greece is threatening Turkey in the...
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Vietnam’s largest conglomerate, Vingroup, has added cybersecurity to its services, expanding a business that already stretches from real estate to cars to shopping malls. The business announced last week it obtained an international certification for the technology it uses to verify online user logins. The certification comes from the Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance, a...
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The FBI this month reportedly issued an alert to its private industry partners, warning that a probable nation-state hacking group had recently compromised the networks of two U.S. municipalities via unpatched, vulnerable Microsoft SharePoint servers. According to the report, from ZDNet, the flaw the hackers reportedly abused was CVE-2019-0604, a remote code execution bug caused by...
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IT departments are responsible for adapting to the changes a recession brings, which often involve heavy reliance on IAM tools. The post Why IAM is a Must-Have in a Recession appeared first on JumpCloud. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Blog – JumpCloud authored by Kayla Coco-Stotts. Read the original post...
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President Trump weighed in on Apple’s likely impending pitched battle with the government over unlocking a terrorist’s iPhone, encouraging the tech company to  help the Justice Department access the contents of two phones associated with the Saudi airman who went on a shooting spree at the Pensacola Naval Station last fall. “We are helping Apple...
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NEW ORLEANS/ARLINGTON, Va (press release) – PBS Digital Studios is launching a new food-focused YouTube channel, PBS Zest, with GOOD GUMBO, an original series on the cultural roots of the most popular dishes in Louisiana and the Deep South. Both PBS Zest and Good Gumbo launch Thursday, January 16, 2020, and will highlight America’s most...
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by SolarWinds MSP • Jan 17, 2020 As cyberattacks continue proliferating and data breaches continue gaining headlines, people in general—and business owners in particular—have become increasingly aware of the need for greater cybersecurity. Yet people often think of cybersecurity in binary terms—you’re either safe or not. But the truth really isn’t that black or white. ...
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Send away anyone who shows up unannounced Africa Studio/Shutterstock Ana Bera, the cofounder of Safe at Last, says that a representative who comes to your home without an appointment can be a sign of fraud. “Nobody wants to be unsafe in their own home. This fact is what frauds count on when they appear at...
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Home > Security News > Ransomware A ransomware attack on New Orleans has racked up at least $7 million in financial damage to The City That Care Forgot, its mayor said. New Orleans was able to get back $3 million through a cyber insurance policy, the mayor told WVUE, which also cited Chief Administrative Officer...
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Testing, testing. May I have your attention, please. *Ahem* Allow me to introduce myself and this new series of articles for The Ethical Hacker Network. My name is Stephanie, better known as Steph or InfoSteph in the community. I have been working as a security professional for the past year and a half, but I...
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Home > Security News Bipartisan legislation introduced in the Senate Friday would create a federal program to bolster response to cyberattacks in states by installing cybersecurity coordinators. Under the Cybersecurity State Coordinator Act, sponsored by Sens. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., Gary Peters, D-Mich., John Cornyn, R-Texas and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, the program would fall under the...
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Apple’s decision not to unlock or create a backdoor into the iPhones used by a gunman in a Florida shooting last month puts the tech giant at odds with the United States government yet again. Security experts agree, however, that circumventing the iPhone’s security poses a significant risk to iPhone users since it would provide...
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