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March 3, 2020
From the day we started building Tala, we’ve been motivated to not only build the best possible product for our customers, but also to make it incredibly easy to use.  For us, that’s meant three key things: *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Tala Blog authored by Aanand Krishnan, CEO and...
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PM Imran Khan approves FIA pay, allowances package ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday approved pay packages and allowances for the FIA officials on the pattern of NAB. The prime minister had been informed that the work scope of the FIA had become multidimensional with increased responsibilities including investigation into cases of corruption, money laundering,...
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Former Vice President Joe Biden is campaigning hard to win over Democratic presidential primary voters in 14 states today. And he’s also running strongly in the deep state, although his campaign staff seems unsure whether to accept a new high-profile endorsement. The online awkwardness began on Tuesday afternoon. That’s when former FBI Director James Comeytweeted:...
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Admins considering an Azure AD replacement should select one that best suits their security and authentication requirements. The post Azure AD Replacement appeared first on JumpCloud. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Blog – JumpCloud authored by Kayla Coco-Stotts. Read the original post at: https://jumpcloud.com/blog/aad-replacement/ Source link
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Players of Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare are getting perhaps the most tonally jarring cosmetic option in the history of shooting games with the introduction of the “Tomogunchi,” a parody of the iconic Japanese digital pet watches launched back in 1996. Similar to Bandai’s original Tamagotchi, these in-game wristwatches feature a virtual pet that...
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by Dan Kobialka • Mar 3, 2020 Cybercriminals are increasingly using malware-free tactics to target global organizations, according to the “2020 CrowdStrike Global Threat Report.” CrowdStrike Global Threat Report results included: 51 percent of cyberattacks involved the use of malware-free techniques, compared to 40 percent one year earlier. The largest ransom demand was $12.5 million,...
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In this month’s edition, we examine the California attorney general’s proposed modified regulations under the CCPA, the Treasury Department’s new CFIUS regulations, and the SEC Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations’ observations and guidance on cybersecurity. We also look at a federal court’s ransomware-related coverage ruling involving a businessowners policy, the U.K. ICO’s age-appropriate design...
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The various threat intelligence stories in this iteration of the Weekly Threat Briefing discuss the following topics: 0-Day, Data breach, NetSupport Manager RAT, Roaming Mantis, Sea Turtle, and Trickbot. 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...
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Passwordless authentication is a hot topic. Did you know that the U.S. federal government went passwordless more than 15 years ago? Well, kind of, as I’ll explain shortly. From 2010 to 2015, I worked for the Department of Homeland Security, and was part of driving this effort. We achieved a great deal and learned many...
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How much would you ‘pay’ for ‘free’ Wi-Fi? Would you give away your birthday? Your travel details? Your home address? Your phone number? Well, a couple of weeks ago, a security researcher in the UK was looking around online, as you do… …when he came across yet another company that had joined the 100 million...
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SUN CITY CENTER, Fla. — The United States Attorney General and White House officials revealed efforts to fight elder abuse and fraud during a “Keeping Seniors Safe” event in Sun City Center Tuesday. During the event, the Department of Justice announced what it called the largest coordinated sweep of elder fraud cases in history. They...
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Public K-12 education agencies across the nation reported 348 cybersecurity incidents during 2019—nearly three times as many incidents as were publicly disclosed during 2018. A report from the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2019 Year in Review,  says many of these incidents caused significant problems. They resulted  in the theft of millions...
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Backups are one the most, if not the most, important defense against ransomware, but if not configured properly, attackers will use it against you. Recently the DoppelPaymer Ransomware operators published on their leak site the Admin user name and password for a non-paying victim’s Veeam backup software. Leaked Veeam Account This was not meant to...
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The biggest story on Super Tuesday might not be whether former Vice President Joe Biden; Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.; or Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., pick up the most delegates, but rather if polling stations or election-related entities have to fend off any hinky cybersecurity activity, tech problems or disinformation campaigns. Recent contentions that Russia has continued...
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The latest Phishing Activity Trends Report from the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG), which compiles insights from member companies, announced that the year-end number of reported phishing websites for 2019 reached a record high. Most menacing; however, are the trends of phishing gangs targeting users of web-hosted email, social media, and business email compromise (BEC) attacks...
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New email extortion scams that combine elements of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and “click fraud” have been spotted in the wild. The would-be extortionists are targeting publishers with websites that are monetized with Google AdSense, threatening to use bots to generate fraudulent traffic. A new twist on email extortion scams? To understand how...
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When it’s impossible to remediate all vulnerabilities in an organization, data can indicate which bugs should be prioritized. Modern security teams face a daunting task in keeping up with a growing amount of vulnerabilities. While they may not be able to patch all the flaws in their environments, they can cut down on risk by...
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Almost one year after a ransomware attack struck the city of Cartersville, Ga., municipal officials revealed that they paid a ransom of $380,000 to regain access to their files. The news was made known after the local Daily Tribune News filed a Freedom of Information Act request, which disclosed the payment to mitigate the May...
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Tuesday, March 03, 2020 1:25 p.m. CST by Thomson Reuters By Raphael Satter (Reuters) – Chinese anti virus firm Qihoo 360 said CIA hackers have spent more than a decade breaking into the Chinese airline industry and other targets, a blunt allegation of American espionage from a Beijing-based firm. In a brief blog post http://blogs.360.cn/post/APT-C-39_CIA_EN.html...
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Qihoo 360, one of the most prominent cybersecurity firms, today published a new report accusing the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to be behind an 11-year-long hacking campaign against several Chinese industries and government agencies. The targeted industry sectors include aviation organizations, scientific research institutions, petroleum, and Internet companies—which, if true, gives the CIA the...
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