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March 2, 2020
GCHQ has urged Brits to consider turning off a feature in smart security cameras and baby monitors which lets them be accessed over the internet. The spy agency’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued new advice to users of the cameras after a string of high profile hacks have led to hackers accessing some...
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According to this judicial opinion; that is, however read the full story, via Timothy B. Lee, writing at Ars Technica your opinion may be the same, or – of course – it may differ substantially. As always, you be the judge. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosecurity.US authored by Marc...
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Last week was a big one for non-profit digital certificate project Let’s Encrypt – it issued its billionth certificate. It’s a symbolic milestone that shows how important this free certificate service has become to web users. Publicly announced in November 2014, Let’s Encrypt offers TLS certificates for free. These certificates are integral to the encryption...
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LA CROSSE, Wi. (WEAU)– A new online cybersecurity master’s degree program is coming to the UW System this fall. The program aims to help stop scams and breaches in cybersecurity– an industry that is on the rise. “We know that Wisconsin is projecting a nine percent increase in cybersecuity jobs in the next decade,” said...
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The gritty documentary series Dark Side of the Ring is reportedly eyeing a launch on Viceland for later this month, and several episode topics have also been revealed. Shining a light on the dark underside of the professional wrestling business, the first season of Dark Side of the Ring was just as heartbreaking as it...
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After the turmoil of the 2016 election, consumers are asking themselves, “what will happen this time?” This series of Avast blogs take a look at the role of technology in the previous elections along with what we can expect in 2020 and what people need to know about how tech is affecting the vote.  To...
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A Metro Vancouver university has sent out an alert that a data breach has taken place at the institution. Simon Fraser University (SFU) states on its website that a privacy breach was identified on February 28. Those affected include any faculty, staff, students, alumni, and retirees who joined the university before June 20, 2019. A...
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Nintendo announced on Monday that Mario Kart Tour, the mobile iteration of the Mario Kart series, will finally be getting multiplayer this weekend, nearly six months after its late September launch. You’ll be able to play with up to seven players locally or online starting Sunday, March 8th at 11PM ET. Multiplayer for #MarioKartTour comes...
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by Dan Kobialka • Mar 2, 2020 Emcor, a Fortune 500 company that specializes in mechanical and electrical construction services and industrial and energy infrastructure, has experienced a Ryuk ransomware attack. At this time, Emcor has not uncovered evidence that employee or customer data was taken during the attack, the company said. Emcor has shut...
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On a sunny day last week during RSA 2020, a group of journalists huddled in a vault in the San Francisco Mint, plotting to wreak havoc and sow doubt on Election Day in the fictitious city of Adversaria. Despite taking over traffic cameras, the governor’s Facebook account, the mayor’s Twitter account, plotting cyberattacks, developing deepfakes...
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by Dan Kobialka • Mar 2, 2020 The City of Cartersville, Georgia submitted a $380,000 payment in non-tradeable Bitcoins to hackers, along “with an additional $7,755.65 paid for transaction fees and negotiators,” according to The Daily Tribune News. The payment came after the city experienced a Ryuk ransomware attack in May 2019. Cartersville officials regained...
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Welcome to Hillicon Valley, The Hill’s newsletter detailing all you need to know about the tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. If you don’t already, be sure to sign up for our newsletter with this LINK. Welcome! Follow the cyber team, Maggie Miller (@magmill95), and the tech team, Emily Birnbaum (@birnbaum_e)...
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Evidence collection and management can consume weeks of work when a compliance team uses manual processes and ad-hoc tools (e.g., email, file storage system, and spreadsheets) or haven’t kept meticulous records from previous audits. How do you know what to collect? How do you know when you’ve got everything you need? At Hyperproof, our goal...
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Visser Precision, a parts maker and manufacturing solutions provider for the aerospace, automotive, industrial and manufacturing industries, has reportedly suffered a combination ransomware attack and data breach that has compromised files pertaining to multiple business partners, including Tesla, SpaceX, Boeing and Lockheed Martin. In a statement, Denver, Colorado-based Visser confirmed it was “the recent target...
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In new guidance, the Department of Justice says security researchers and organizations run real risks when gathering threat intelligence or dealing with criminals in underground online marketplaces. Organizations that collect threat intelligence from Dark Web forums and other criminal online sources where cybercrimes are planned and stolen data is traded are walking into a legal...
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Executives discuss the security incidents they’re most worried about and the steps they take to prepare for them. In today’s increasingly crowded threat landscape, it can be difficult to determine which threats companies should prioritize. For those who are stuck, it’s helpful to consider what major organizations are worried about and the steps they’re taking...
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A leak in the Walgreens mobile app’s messaging service exposed personal information – including what the company said was “limited health-related data” – on a “small percentage” of customers who used the app between Jan. 9-15. “Fortunately for consumers, the short exposure window of the vulnerability and the specific conditions required should keep the impact...
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A roundup of UK focused Cyber and Information Security News, Blog Posts, Reports and general Threat Intelligence from the previous calendar month, February 2020. Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council became the latest UK organisation to become the victim of a mass ransomware attack which started on 8th February.  The north-east Council’s servers, PCs, mobile devices, websites...
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Automated and AI-based endpoint, detection and response (EDR) solutions are adept at finding anomalies across your network, but not without a major pain point: Too often, they lack the context to understand when an anomaly is a perfectly acceptable sanctioned event. Security analysts end up wasting their time investigating these sanctioned events, instead of focusing...
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Google Online Security Blog: FuzzBench: Fuzzer Benchmarking as a Service Posted by Jonathan Metzman, Abhishek Arya, Google OSS-Fuzz Team and László Szekeres‎, Google Software Analysis Team We are excited to launch FuzzBench, a fully automated, open source, free service for evaluating fuzzers. The goal of FuzzBench is to make it painless to rigorously evaluate fuzzing...
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