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February 12, 2020
Instead, try prioritizing with the aid of a thorough asset inventory. What is your information security program defending? This is a deceivingly difficult question for most. When I ask this at typical organizations, the answer is often disheartening. The standard response is “everything.” The word everything causes my skepticism radar to start chirping like a Chernobyl...
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Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via their YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27, Crypto And Privacy Village – Ethan Dodge’s ‘Scrubber: An Open Source Compilation To Protect Sources’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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Ransomware hit at least 966 U.S. government agencies, educational establishments and healthcare providers in 2019, at a cost possibly exceeding US$7.5 billion, Emisoft reported late last year. The victims included 113 state and municipal governments and agencies; 764 healthcare providers; and 89 universities, colleges and school districts. Operations at up to 1,233 individual schools potentially...
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TRADER INTERACTIVE PURCHASES COSBY HARRISON COMPANY IN CROSSVILLE – 105.7 News Crossville Rockwood Knoxville TN Home > Business > TRADER INTERACTIVE PURCHASES COSBY HARRISON COMPANY IN CROSSVILLE Source link ——————————————————————————————————
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With help from Mary Lee and Martin Matishak Editor’s Note: This edition of Morning Cybersecurity is published weekdays at 10 a.m. POLITICO Pro Cybersecurity subscribers hold exclusive early access to the newsletter each morning at 6 a.m. Learn more about POLITICO Pro’s comprehensive policy intelligence coverage, policy tools and services at www.politicopro.com. Advertisement — Several...
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The North Miami Beach Police Department was recently attacked in a ransomware campaign that encrypted files on the police computer networks. The department immediately took down the affected computers and alerted the FBI, the U.S. Secret Service, and the Miami-Dade Police Department to investigate the issue. However, the police officials noted that there was no...
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Last month, SpaceX became the operator of the world’s largest active satellite constellation. As of the end of January, the company had 242 satellites orbiting the planet with plans to launch 42,000 over the next decade. This is part of its ambitious project to provide internet access across the globe. The race to put satellites...
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American bank Fifth Third has come under fire for sending customers a cryptic breach disclosure letter judged to be “vague and deceptive” by a consumer group.   Fifth Third wrote to customers after discovering that at least two of its employees had stolen customer information and provided it to a third party. Data exposed included names, Social Security...
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OWASP recently released the first iteration of the API Security Top 10. Like the ubiquitous OWASP Top 10, the API Security Top 10 delivers a prioritized list of the most critical application security issues with a focus on the API side of applications. This is a critical new tool for AppSec teams that hones in...
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A large number of technology firms have opened up shop in Manchester, as the centre of the developing ‘Northern Powerhouse’ starts to give London a run for its money. Enterprise City, the technology cluster in central Manchester, UK has been awarded a £2m grant from the UK government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)...
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Great Britain’s three nations are not in agreement over the use of facial recognition technology by police forces. The technology, which can be legally used by police in Wales, was officially introduced by England’s Metropolitan Police Service in East London yesterday, amid a peaceful protest by Big Brother Watch.  Use of the technology by English police...
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An around-the-clock phone line to report suspected cyber-attacks has been created for federal cabinet ministers in Canada. Newly released documents show that officials at the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCS) set up the 24/7 telephone service last year to help ministers respond swiftly to possible security breaches and hacking incidents.  The cyber-reporting hotline is...
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The implications of chaos form the basis of a new approach to encryption that promises quantum-proof perfect secrecy. But first, your current crypto needs some tidying up. (image by wigglestick, via Adobe Stock) The specter of quantum-powered cyberattacks that can break even the most powerful encryption algorithms looms ever-larger and ever-darker. Chances are, nation-state attackers...
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Speaking on a panel at the TEISS conference in London on the theme of threats in the supply chain, chair Raef Meeuwisse asked where the supply chain sits in a company’s overall risk. Mike Seeney, head of supply chain information risk at Pinsent Masons, said that it is typically very high, as it is common that...
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PATIALA: Left-arm spinner Vinay Chaudhary landed the ball on the right spots to send the batting line-up of Bengal for a spin in their crucial Ranji Trophy group A match at the Dhruv Pandove Stadium on Wednesday. The 26-year-old, who got married a just couple of days before, bagged six wickets to restrict Bengal to...
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At The European Information Security Summit in London, Dr Stephanie Hare, author of the forthcoming book Technology Ethics, reflected on the need for ethical frameworks in technology. Technology ethics engages with a problem that no one has solved to anyone’s satisfaction, Dr Hare said. That problem is how we create and use technologies so that...
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WhiteSource today announced it has extended to reach of its tool for scanning for vulnerabilities in open source application code to include support for the Python programming language. Jeffrey Martin, director of product for WhiteSource, said the company also plans to support other programming languages such as C++ shortly to WhiteSource Prioritize, with support for...
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The implications of chaos form the basis of a new approach to encryption that promises quantum-proof perfect secrecy. (image by wigglestick, via Adobe Stock) Researchers have published a technique for encryption that promises to go beyond perfect secrecy to encryption that is unbreakable, even if quantum computing is brought into the picture. The technique, which...
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Make these mistakes and invaders might linger in your systems for years. Although cybersecurity technologies continue evolving to address current threats, many data breaches remain undiscovered for months or even years. For instance, in one of the biggest data breaches discovered in 2018, which affected 500 million customers of the Marriott Hotel Group, hackers went...
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Emotet, the notorious trojan behind a number of botnet-driven spam campaigns and ransomware attacks, has found a new attack vector: using already infected devices to identify new victims that are connected to nearby Wi-Fi networks. According to researchers at Binary Defense, the newly discovered Emotet sample leverages a “Wi-Fi spreader” module to scan Wi-Fi networks,...
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