Login

Register

Login

Register

Day

January 24, 2020
The Rise of Third-Party Scripts Modern web applications have become increasingly reliant on external code, services and vendors that execute JavaScript code in the browser… often referred to as third-party scripts. As a close-to-home example shown below, Akamai executes dozens of scripts to populate our home page.  Nearly 70% of these scripts come from outside...
Read More
CISA has released an advisory for six high-severity CVEs for GE Carescape patient monitors, Apex Pro, and Clinical Information Center systems. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) today issued an advisory for six high-severity security vulnerabilities in patient monitoring devices manufactured by GE Healthcare. These flaws, collectively dubbed “MDhex,” could allow an attacker to...
Read More
Just a few days back, WhatsApp had reportedly rolled out the much-awaited Dark Mode feature for its Android Beta version 2.20.13. The feature was spotted by WABetaInfo, a blog that tracks WhatsApp development. If you want to use the feature on your Android smartphones, all you need to do is download the latest Android Beta...
Read More
Continuing a series on how to better strengthen your personal online privacy, we are looking to take personal inventory of how we connect online. These were themes covered during our webinar “Security Beyond Your Website: Personal Online Privacy” and in a Twitter conversation (through the #Digiblogchat weekly forum) on this same topic. The first posts...
Read More
Last week, senior U.S. officials warned their British counterparts that letting Chinese telecom giants like Huawei build next-generation 5G internet infrastructure would be “nothing short of madness” for national security. The comments follow a Council of the European Union (EU) conclusion that 5G must respect “core values of the EU such as human rights,” and...
Read More
In the summer of 2017, a 25-year-old government contractor exposed detailed evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Reality Winner printed out classified U.S. Intelligence documents, hid the papers in her pantyhose as she left work and then put them in the mail to The Intercept. The report they published was the first piece...
Read More
What is Ryuk? In the autumn fall of 2018, a modified version of Hermes ransomware was discovered: Ryuk. Both Hermes and Ryuk have similar characteristics. They identify and encrypt network devices along with deleting shadow copies stored on the endpoints. The only difference is how they create the encryption keys. While Hermes uses an RSA and private key...
Read More
We’ve been chasing ET for millennia with nothing concrete to show for it. Aside from conspiracy theory claims that the US government has an alien spacecraft hidden away somewhere, the search for alien life has been a complete bust. Michael Masters, a professor of biological anthropology at Montana Technological University in Butte, thinks that could...
Read More
Finastra, a leading global Fintech company, has entered a partnership with the Synopsys Software Integrity Group to bring security to its app ecosystem. In the hypercompetitive world of online banking apps, speed, flexibility, and innovation are all important. But security is even more important. All the convenience and quality features in the world don’t matter...
Read More
By South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis Benjamin Franklin once said, “Nothing is certain except death and taxes.” But just as you can count on tax time happening each year, you can be certain there will be scammers trying to steal your personal information and tax refund. This week, January 27 – January 31, is Tax...
Read More
Eliminate distractions.  Create Energy.  Fear Nothing. Attack Everything. The presenter who spoke before me this week at the Rackspace kickoff was Coach Dan McCarney, a former Division 1 US college football coach, and he talked about the lessons he learned while leading winning teams in the challenging (and always changing) world of college football.  It...
Read More
Home > Health Care The DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued a warning of six critical-rated vulnerabilities in several GE medical monitoring devices. Advisory ICSMA-20-023-01 covers the GE CARESCAPE Telemetry Server, ApexPro Telemetry Server, CARESCAPE Central Station (CSCS) and Clinical Information Center (CIC) systems, CARESCAPE B450, B650, B850 monitors. The vulnerabilities include unprotected...
Read More
Cyber criminals have threatened to raid the bank accounts of customers and employees of German automotive group Gedia, following a major cyber attack on the company’s headquarters last week. Gedia Automotive Group, based in Attendorn, has been forced to shut down its IT systems and send home more than 300 employees from its head office...
Read More
People who make their living on the water’s off the Oregon coast have long known that ocean acidification is a problem. As carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is absorbed by the ocean, it becomes more acidic and carbonate ions, which many crustaceans use to build their shells, become scarce. Between 2006 and 2008, the Whiskey...
Read More
There are important steps security teams should take to be ready for the evolving security threats to the IoT in 2020. In the opening weeks of a new year, it’s reasonable to ask whether the security challenges to be faced in the year ahead differ from those in previous years. And whether or not the...
Read More
Today is Data Privacy Day, commemorating the Council of Europe Treaty known as Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty on data protection signed on January 28, 1981. This “holiday” was originally celebrated in Europe where it is known as Data Protection day. But in 2009, the United States and Canada joined in the celebration....
Read More
Far from protecting the security and privacy of Safari users as advertised, Apple’s much-vaunted Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) could leave them exposed to a raft of privacy issues, including – ironically – being tracked. That’s the surprising conclusion of a group of Google researchers who this week published a short but sharp proof-of-concept analysis of...
Read More
Home > Security News > Cybercrime The New York City Police Department has arrested a ninth member of the Methbot click-fraud gang, according to court documents. Sergey Denisoff’s arrest comes one year after eight other Methbot members were charged and arrested. Denisoff was not named in the original court filing, but was named part of...
Read More
If you’re running a business online, few things can be as disruptive or destructive to your brand as someone stealing your company’s domain name and doing whatever they wish with it. Even so, most major Web site owners aren’t taking full advantage of the security tools available to protect their domains from being hijacked. Here’s...
Read More
A SPECIALIST police unit in the West Midlands has been credited with helping bring down one of the most shocking online paedophile rings in recent history. Yesterday (23 Jan) Portuguese police held a press conference praising the cooperation of law enforcement agencies across the world in identifying the man at the centre of a child...
Read More
1 2 3 4
Shqip Shqip አማርኛ አማርኛ العربية العربية English English Français Français Deutsch Deutsch Português Português Русский Русский Español Español

National Cyber Security Consulting App

 https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1521390354

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nationalcybersecuritycom.wpapp


Ads

NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY RADIO

Ads

ALEXA “OPEN NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY RADIO”

National Cyber Security Radio (Podcast) is now available for Alexa.  If you don't have an Alexa device, you can download the Alexa App for free for Google and Apple devices.   

nationalcybersecurity.com

FREE
VIEW