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March 9, 2020
It is clear the United States is going to suffer a full-blown epidemic of novel coronavirus, and quite possibly a financial crisis and recession as a result. The disease is spreading fast in multiple states, and the government’s response has fallen far short of the efforts even in much smaller countries like the U.K. or...
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The impact of pulling those certificates would be swift and severe. Once browsers like Chrome and Firefox found them missing, they would flash warnings to any visitors that the sites weren’t safe. Some browsers would block access altogether. A not insignificant chunk of the internet would effectively be taken out of commission. All because of...
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by Joe Panettieri • Mar 9, 2020 Each business day, MSSP Alert broadcasts a quick lineup of news, analysis and chatter from across that managed security services provider ecosystem. The Content: Written for MSSPs, SOC as a Service (SOCaaS), Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and MSP security providers — and those who need to partner up...
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Fears over the novel coronavirus have triggered mass quarantines, Purell and Clorox shortages and financial market turmoil. As global concerns continue to mount with the latest headlines – just today, it was reported that the head of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was infected – cyber fraudsters and threat actors continue...
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The University of Kentucky (UK) has fought off a month-long cyber-attack that impacted UK Healthcare and caused a system-wide slowdown. According to UK officials, the disruption was caused by cryptocurrency mining malware installed by threat actors on the UK network in February. The malware caused daily interruptions to everyday functions and triggered temporary failures of...
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Today’s defenses must be creative in both isolating threats and segmenting environments to prevent attacks. Here’s why. As more applications move to the cloud and hybrid cloud environments, so too do the threats and bad actors that permeate today’s businesses. Today, defending against such threats is only half the battle, and preventing against the vulnerabilities...
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One thing seems certain: Attackers are only getting more devious and lethal. Expect to see more advanced attacks. We’re in an arms race with cybercriminals. Adversaries are becoming stealthier and more dangerous, constantly improving their attack techniques to evade the best security defenses. From malicious mobile apps to exploited cloud misconfigurations and devastating Remote Desktop...
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WatchGuard Technologies has announced its intention to acquire endpoint security vendor Panda Security. In a combination of network and endpoint technologies, WatchGuard said that the combined entity will provide centralized management of advanced threat detection and response functionality fueled by AI, behavior profiling techniques and security event correlation. Prakash Panjwani, CEO of WatchGuard, said that...
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International cybersecurity organization (ISC)² today announced that its membership has grown to include over 150,000 professionals. (ISC)² is the world’s largest nonprofit association of certified cybersecurity professionals, drawing members from 175 different countries.  The organization was founded in the United States in 1989 as “The Consortium,” with the dream of creating a global information security certification process for professionals. ...
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One of the UK’s most recognizable and respected information security service providers has been acquired by Accenture. Context Information Security was acquired for an undisclosed sum from former parent company Babcock International Group.  The deal is the latest in a string of cybersecurity acquisitions by Accenture, which agreed to acquire Symantec’s cybersecurity services business in January. Context will strengthen an...
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A new malware campaign that offers a “coronavirus map” delivers a well-known data-stealer. Criminals are leveraging the Covid-19 epidemic to spread malware through a “Coronavirus Map” app that provides no useful information to victims but may provide the victims’ user names, passwords, credit card numbers, and other sensitive information to the attacker. The new campaign,...
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The global pandemic of Coronavirus, and the concerns of people traveling and gathering indoors at large events, has hit the cybersecurity events calendar with events now being canceled. Initially Mobile World Congress was canceled, after being due to take place in late February, with a statement claiming that this was due to “the global concern...
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Facebook announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Namecheap in Arizona, a provider of domain name registrars online, for refusing to cooperate in an investigation to find malicious domains that have been registered through its services. The social networking giant said that Namecheap impersonated its brand name and refused to share details about the...
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Congress’ most senior lawmakers are beginning to consider how the institution might solve a variety of nettlesome coronavirus problems. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images THE CHALLENGE FOR WASHINGTON right now is multifaceted, sprawling and difficult for even the most seasoned hands to grasp: The coronavirus is spreading, there is no cure and no vaccine, there are...
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A new book shows how police forces can use forensic linguistics techniques to infiltrate online networks of child sex offenders to bring them to justice and protect potential victims. A nationwide rollout of evidence-based linguistic training for undercover police officers could help them catch more paedophiles who target children online, a new book suggests. In...
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Today’s uncertain global environment has made it an imperative for companies to enable remote access to business-critical applications. In particular, the fluidity and uncertainty of the current global crisis triggered by COVID-19 have accelerated the movement to have employees work remotely. Akamai’s Enterprise Application Access solution provides secure and scalable application access for remote users,...
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John Leyden 09 March 2020 at 15:50 UTC Updated: 09 March 2020 at 16:04 UTC Forget crowdsourcing, here’s crooksourcing Computer scientists in the US are working to apply machine learning techniques in order to develop more effective honeypot-style cyber defenses. So-called ‘deception technology’ refers to traps or decoy systems that are strategically placed around...
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AMD processors from as early as 2011 to 2019 carry previously undisclosed vulnerabilities that open them to two new different side-channel attacks, according to a freshly published research. Known as “Take A Way,” the new potential attack vectors leverage the L1 data (L1D) cache way predictor in AMD’s Bulldozer microarchitecture to leak sensitive data from...
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In July, Microsoft announced it is now seeking advice from the Linux development community. The company has now officially been admitted to the closed Linux-distro list. The news was met with some dismay at first, but it’s a move that makes a great deal of sense, and not just because Linux has a reputation for...
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Tom Goldstein, an associate professor of computer science at the University of Maryland, took an “invisibility cloak” from a pile on a chair in his office and pulled it on over his head. To my eye, it looked like a baggy sweatshirt made of glossy polyester, printed with garish colors in formless shapes that, far...
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