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February 27, 2020
Posted under: For Research Library This is the third post in our series, “Network Operations and Security Professionals’ Guide to Managing Public Cloud Journeys”, which we will release as a white paper after we complete the draft and have some time for public feedback. You might want to start with our first and [second] posts....
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Circles Around The Sun was always and will always be the musical baby of celebrated rock and roll musician Neal Casal. But CATS, as they go by for short, is still as much the musical journey of band members Adam McDougall, Dan Horne, and Mark Levy. The three have put miles and muscle into popular...
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Edward C. Baig USA TODAY Published 5:10 PM EST Feb 27, 2020 Reddit CEO Steve Huffman presumably won’t be singing on TikTok anytime soon.  Huffman referred to the wildly popular short-form mobile video app as “fundamentally parasitic,” in remarks he made Wednesday at a Silicon Valley conference. TikTok was formerly known as Musical.ly and compared to...
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IntSights report highlights ‘cultural acceptance of cybercrime as an alternative way to make money’ Widespread adoption of digital technology in Latin America alongside government corruption and organized crime has resulted in a dangerous environment for e-commerce operators. According to a new study by threat intel firm IntSights, companies across the region are “struggling to keep up...
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Google Online Security Blog: Helping Developers with Permission Requests Posted by Sai Teja Peddinti, Nina Taft and Igor Bilogrevic from PDPO Applied Privacy Research, and Pauline Anthonysamy from Android Security and Privacy. User trust is critical to the success of developers of every size. On the Google Play Store, we aim to help developers boost...
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The new mobile application is exclusive for university students; BucksApp provides cash advances to students and helps them build their credit; the start-up has raised $2M from investors Intended exclusively for active university or college students, the new BucksApp application offers an instantaneous mechanism of cash advances of up to 200 US dollars. BucksApp “is...
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Note: Yes, this is written while wearing my vendor hat. But do keep in mind that I only work on things I believe in! So, don’t knock that hat off my head 🙂 Chronicle has two secret weapons to make our detection approach superior to that of others: 1. We have the structured data (organized via Unified...
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Editor’s Note: Will English, The Daily News’ web developer, was a part of the immersive learning class mentioned in the article. For three years, Ball State computer science students have worked to make their field available to the next generation of computer scientists. Since fall 2017, Ball State computer science professor Dave Largent and his...
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Home > Security News > Podcasts The saying goes: “On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” But the more apt expression in this day and age might be “nobody knows you’re a bot.” Bots are becoming increasingly human-like, which presents a significant challenge to security professionals, website owners and social media network operators seeking...
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Enterprise VulnerabilitiesFrom DHS/US-CERT’s National Vulnerability Database CVE-2018-8877PUBLISHED: 2020-02-27 Information disclosure in Asuswrt-Merlin firmware for ASUS devices older than 384.4 and ASUS firmware before 3.0.0.4.382.50470 for devices allows remote attackers to acquire information on internal network IP address ranges by reading the new_lan_ip variable on the error_page.htm page. CVE-2018-8878PUBLISHED: 2020-02-27 Information disclosure in Asuswrt-Merlin firmware...
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This past year, more than 100 state and local governments and educational (SLED) institutions across the United States learned how defenseless traditional endpoint protection solutions are against ransomware attacks. Despite the overwhelming trend, prevention of successful cyber attacks in the growing attack surface of connected schools and entities is possible.   Join us March 10th to...
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Home > Security News > Podcasts Dr. Andrea Little Limbago, Chief Social Scientist at Virtru, and SC Senior Reporter Bradley Barth talk about the human side of cybersecurity, a theme she was happy to see at RSA 2020 as she believes it indicates that the industry is finally moving beyond humans as the weakest link...
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There has been a lot written in recent years about election security and ensuring the integrity of voting systems. While voting machines are important, so too are non-voting election technologies, which was the topic of a session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. Aaron Wilson, Senior Director of Election Security at the Center for Internet...
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Chrissy Hamiel is a Shareholder and Chair of the School Law Section where she concentrates her practice on assisting school districts on all aspects of law surrounding education. Chrissy provides advice and guidance to districts on challenging legal matters involving students, educators, staff, administrators and school boards, and provides creative and resourceful solutions to the...
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The method, procedures, and practices used by cybersecurity professionals have relevance beyond just the technology sphere; they can also be used to hack society. That’s the view espoused by Bruce Schneier, security technologist, researcher, and lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, during a keynote session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. “This is the big idea: we here...
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Microsoft has a neat web page that helps you get Outlook set up on your phone. You can either scan in a QR code off the web page, which takes you to the relevant download link… …or put in your phone number and get an SMS with the link in it: Just like Italian security...
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Speaking in a keynote talk at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Mary T. Barra, chairman and CEO of General Motors Company, said that she acknowledged that “no one in this room needs convincing that there are virtually no industries today that are not vulnerable to cyber-attacks.” She said that the auto industry is no...
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Data shows 73% are concerned about municipal ransomware threats but only 38% are trained on preventing these attacks. RSA CONFERENCE2020 – San Francisco – Nearly 75% of government employees are concerned about the potential for ransomware attacks against cities across the United States, but only 38% of state and local government workers are trained in...
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DHS cyber chief takes on ransomware By Derek B. Johnson Feb 27, 2020 The head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency admitted the Department of Homeland Security has been “a little bit late to the game on ransomware” and other threats that directly impact citizens. “For years and years and years, particularly in...
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With all the things you have to track in the healthcare business to keep up with various compliance standards (HIPAA, HITECH, PCI-DSS, the list goes on…), do you really need another thing like third-party risk to worry about? Well like it or not, third-party risk is real and it is coming for your compliance.  While you...
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