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February 25, 2020
SPRING, Texas – Investigators arrested a 28-year-old mother of two and confiscated computers, credit cards and other items at her Spring home after they said she stole billionaire Tilman Fertitta’s identity. “It was, I mean, spur of the moment,” Stephanie Hunter said in an interview after her arrest. “I do apologize for it. It wasn’t...
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In my previous blog post, I wrote about the ways our new Windows Cloud Agent addresses the identity and access management challenges that come with the shift to the cloud-based infrastructure and distributed workforce. This week, I am excited to introduce you to the new Idaptive Mac Cloud Agent extends the benefits of cloud-centric identity...
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The government has set up the National Cyber Research, Innovation and Capacity Building Centre Regional cyber crime coordination centres likely to be set up at the state level In 2019, India witnessed 3.94 Lakh instances of cybersecurity incidents In a bid to control cybercrime in the country, the government has set up National Cyber Research,...
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Updated: May 25, 2018: JD Supra is a legal publishing service that connects experts and their content with broader audiences of professionals, journalists and associations. This Privacy Policy describes how JD Supra, LLC (“JD Supra” or “we,”https://www.jdsupra.com/”us,” or “our“) collects, uses and shares personal data collected from visitors to our website (located at www.jdsupra.com)...
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Adam Bannister 25 February 2020 at 16:10 UTC Updated: 25 February 2020 at 16:18 UTC Private program for Cybermalveillance.gouv.fr set to go public sometime in April Rewards for high risk and critical flaws found in a French government website that supports cyber-attack victims are set to double when its bug bounty program goes public...
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At RSA Conference in San Francisco, RSA’s Ankush Baveja made a case for a SOC effectiveness framework SOC effectiveness is hard to measure without a valid framework, argued RSA’s presales engineer, Ankush Baveja. “Senior executives and senior leadership teams don’t get to see the results of what the SOC team is doing.” The solution, he...
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Easily one of the to-the-point, no nonsense, network reconnaissance detection methods I have read appeared yesterday via the CYMRU Blog; obviously written with both great care and expertise, David Monnier’s piece on Detecting Cyber Recon Using Network Signals is today’s Must Read. Enjoy. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosecurity.US authored...
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‘Are you arachnophobic?’ I’m asked before entering ‘Aria’, the new Tomás Saraceno exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi in the heart of Florence.  The Argentine installation artist known for his environmental concerns has turned the webs of spiders into objects of monumental significance – a way to meditate on the ‘new potentials of urbanism’ in an era of ecological upheaval....
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Shodan is a well-known security hacking tool that has even been showcased on the popular Mr. Robot TV show. While Shodan can potentially be used by hackers, it can also be used for good to help protect critical infrastructure, including energy utilities. At the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Michael Mylrea, Director of Cybersecurity R&D (ICS, IoT, IIoT)...
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Eight startup teams for the next AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) Commercialization Academy cohort were announced by the Griffiss Institute. The companies, developing innovations in the cyber security, big data analytics, information systems, and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)/drones industry, were selected from a pool of applicant submissions. The teams are building their startups around Department...
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The BlackBerry team is pleased to announce the addition of exciting new enhancements to our endpoint protection, detection and response solutions CylancePROTECT® and CylanceOPTICS™, two of the six core solution pillars in the BlackBerry Spark Platform for Unified Endpoint Security (UES). Key features include a single-agent and installer for both solutions as well as custom...
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Algernon D’Ammassa Las Cruces Sun-News Published 4:33 PM EST Feb 25, 2020 SUNLAND PARK – Seven months after a ransomware attack disabled its email systems, the Gadsden Independent School District is suffering another bout with the virus after its systems were taken down Monday.  The district announced Tuesday it had shut down its internet and...
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Home > Security News > Government/Defense The inevitable rise and potential disruptive force quantum computing will present when it becomes a reality means it is never too early to start preparing. These words of wisdom came from McAfee CTO Steve Grobman during his keynote address at RSA Conference 2020. Grobman noted that even if quantum...
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(973espn.com) – If it’s up to the head coach Jason Peters will be back as the Eagles left tackle in 2020. “Oh, yeah,” Pederson told reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine when asked if he wanted the 38-year-old back next season. It’s not that easy of course. Peters is set to become a free agent...
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Google has issued an update for its widespread Chrome browser to fix three security holes. Unfortunately, one of those holes is what’s known as a zero-day: a bug that was already being exploited by cyerbcrooks before Google tracked it down and fixed it. Sadly, that’s about all we know about the issue so far. Google,...
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Home » Cybersecurity » Analytics & Intelligence » Communications of the ACM, March 2020 – Edmond Awad’s, Sohan Dsouza’s, Jean-François Bonnefon’s, Azim Shariff’s, Iyad Rahwan’s ‘Crowdsourcing Moral Machines’ Communications of the ACM, March 2020 – Edmond Awad’s, Sohan Dsouza’s, Jean-François Bonnefon’s, Azim Shariff’s, Iyad Rahwan’s ‘Crowdsourcing Moral Machines’ Source link
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Distributing malware by attaching tainted documents to emails is one of the oldest tricks in the book. It’s not just a theoretical risk—real attackers use malicious documents to infect targets all the time. So on top of its anti-spam and anti-phishing efforts, Gmail expanded its malware detection capabilities at the end of last year to...
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Gmail protects your incoming mail against spam, phishing attempts, and malware. Our existing machine learning models are highly effective at doing this, and in conjunction with our other protections, they help block more than 99.9% of threats from reaching Gmail inboxes. One of our key protections is our malware scanner that processes more than 300...
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When the NotPetya virus infected computers internationally in 2017, the Russian military’s target was Ukraine, not manufacturing. As collateral damage, NotPetya immobilized Merck’s pharmaceutical manufacturing, costing the company $870 million, halted Mondelez’s food production, running $188 million in losses and disrupted manufacturing and shipping capacity for U.K. company Reckitt Benckiser, maker of Durex condoms and other...
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The various threat intelligence stories in this iteration of the Weekly Threat Briefing discuss the following topics: Android Malware, Data Breach, Hardware Vulnerabilities, Ransomware, Phishing, and Vulnerabilities. The IOCs related to these stories are attached to the Weekly Threat Briefing and can be used to check your logs for potential malicious activity. Figure 1 –...
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