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February 20, 2020
In an echo of 2016, the intelligence community reportedly has warned lawmakers that Russia is trying to influence the 2020 election in a briefing that drew the ire of President Trump and may have prompted the ouster of acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Joseph Maguire. Trump, still peeved by IC reports that Russia hacked...
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Scott Lyons will provide an overview of their CTF at InfoSec World 2020, including their training class, CTF 101. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode173 Source link
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Faced with increasing volume and sophistication of cyber threats, CISOs and security teams need to find ways to garner greater executive support and meaningful budgets to keep their organizations safe. However, recent research reveals that many CISOs aren’t getting the support that they need, and it’s one of the top reasons why they switch jobs...
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Google Online Security Blog: Disruptive ads enforcement and our new approach Posted by Per Bjorke, Senior Product Manager, Ad Traffic Quality As part of our ongoing efforts — along with help from newly developed technologies — today we’re announcing nearly 600 apps have been removed from the Google Play Store and banned from our ad...
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Dive Brief: The “dark web,” the part of the internet only accessible through third-party overlay networks, is notorious for its criminal activity, but its fraud risk makes it a huge liability for the finance department. “The technology that supports and underpins the dark web allows for increased anonymity, user obfuscation and all the things that are...
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CLEVELAND — Music has brought generations together for hundreds of years. “I have probably been to over 100 shows,” Candice Brown said. However, the rising cost of a live music experience is shutting some people out. “I once paid $5 for a ticket at Blossom and you can’t even pay for parking with $5 now,”...
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The government is renewing calls to increase powers for Australia’s spy agencies in order for them to hunt down paedophile rings among other threats within the country, the ABC has revealed. The ABC reported the government was readying a proposal in order to increase the cybersecurity reach of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD). This would...
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For some time, I’ve been also fascinated with the concept of detection-in- depth and a somewhat related concept of optimal detection coverage. This fascination was born out of a particular type of analyst inquiry I used to get: if I have SIEM, do I also need an EDR? If I have SIEM with sysmon and...
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Another ransomware attack has hit the area, this time affecting a large healthcare provider and its patients. A data breach in December involving Community Care Physicians is impacting many of the 370,000 patients it serves. A letter that began arriving in patients’ mailboxes this week says their personal data may have been compromised and advises...
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Catfish biting, too with some fish reported up to 7 pounds The fish report is weekly. Its accuracy depends on marina operators, tackle shops, and local fishermen we contact. Anglers catching large fish should send the information to Outdoor News Service, P.O. Box 9007, San Bernardino, CA 92427, or telephone 909-887-3444, so it can be...
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via Karl Bode, reporting for VICE, comes news of a lawsuit filed by telecom industry shills complaining that a Maine law requiring mobile telephone customers opt-in to having the carriers flog their data to the highest bidder is a burden to the carriers’ free-speech rights. Astonishing. HT *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated...
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Home > Security News > Vulnerabilities Microsoft issued a patch for an Internet Explorer scripting engine memory corruption vulnerability that could lead remote code execution and that has been detected in the wild. The vulnerability, CVE-2020-0674, carries a CVSS rating of 7.5 and since it has been detected being abused in the wild requires users...
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Disability rights advocates on Thursday urged election officials to focus on accessibility alongside security for U.S. elections and pushed for more technological solutions that would allow all Americans to cast secure votes. “For people with disabilities, our votes aren’t secure now,” Kelly Buckland, the executive director of the National Council for Independent Living, said at an...
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About Bruce Schneier I am a public-interest technologist, working at the intersection of security, technology, and people. I’ve been writing about security issues on my blog since 2004, and in my monthly newsletter since 1998. I’m a fellow and lecturer at Harvard’s Kennedy School and a board member of EFF. This personal website expresses the...
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A federal judge who became a Twitter target for President Trump staunchly defended the prosecutors’ handling of Roger Stone’s case and had harsh words for what she saw as the president’s attempts to influence sentencing as she handed down a 40-month prison sentence and $20,000 fine for the long-time Trump confidante and former campaign adviser....
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Global facilities company ISS World, headquartered in Denmark, has shuttered most of its computer systems worldwide after suffering what it describes as a “security incident impacting parts of the IT environment.” The company’s website currently shows a holding page, with no clickable links on it: ISS World replaced its website with a static information page....
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On February 10, 2020, William P. Barr, United States Attorney General, announced that the United States was indicting four members of the People’s Liberation Army in China for hacking Equifax in 2017.  The accused men, Wu Zhiyong, Wang Qian, Xu Ke and Liu Lei, accessed and stole the names, birth dates, and social security numbers...
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Veritas this week extended the reach of a compliance tool that makes use of machine learning algorithms to identify sensitive or inappropriate conversations to now include messages stored on the public cloud. The Veritas Advanced Supervision module, available as an add-on to the Enterprise Vault.cloud archiving platform that the company delivers as a software-as-a-service (SaaS)...
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Acentrus Specialty™, an Integrated Care Network and health system solution for specialty pharmacy, and Loopback Analytics, a leading provider of data-driven solutions for hospitals and health systems, have reached a collaboration agreement to build the nation’s largest network of health systems with specialty pharmacy operations. “Health systems have data to track pharmacy dispensing, case management,...
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Emma Woollacott 20 February 2020 at 16:21 UTC Updated: 20 February 2020 at 16:25 UTC First-of-its-kind collaboration will see global telcos share malware samples and IOCs Telco Security Alliance members AT&T, Singtel, and Telefónica are now sharing threat intelligence and indicators of compromise (IoCs) to help fight global attack campaigns that are launched against...
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