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March 9, 2020
Recent U.S. efforts to ban the federal use of telecommunications equipment from Huawei Technologies and other Chinese companies are “malaligned” and “don’t make any sense to me,” said former Federal CIO Tony Scott in a podcast interview with SC Media. Scott, who served under former President Barack Obama and now operates as chairman of his own...
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Where do we stand with the management of cybersecurityrisk? Answer … Not in a good place. This position was further augmented upon reading anarticle in the January 23, 2020 Washington Post by Anna Fifieldwith the title “Wuhan quarantine expands as Chinese fear authoritieswithholding information about coronavirus outbreak,” available at https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/coronavirus-china-wuhan-latest/2020/01/23/2dc947a8-3d45-11ea-afe2-090eb37b60b1_story.html One statement, by Guan Yi,...
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Gender is still the biggest challenge facing many women seeking to progress in their cybersecurity careers, according to Sans Institute. The new findings released by SANS ahead of International Women’s Day on Sunday came from the first ever Women in Cybersecurity Survey, which was compiled from 488 interviews globally. Some 35% of respondents, who were...
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The City of Durham is the latest victim of Ryuk ransomware, and its systems remain partially offline. Apparently, the actors were Russian hackers, and they started their attack with the TrickBot Trojan. Durham is restoring its systems quickly, so the ransom may have been paid immediately. The City of Durham in North Carolina was the...
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Coconut water and kale cures, rip-off surgical masks and suspicious emails. These are some of the scams and hoaxes duping panicked consumers as they race to protect themselves from fears of a looming global health crisis. Two British companies were last week banned from using “misleading, irresponsible and scaremongering” adverts seen via the Taboola network...
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From an ultrasonic attack on Siri and Google Assistant to the guy who hacked back at tech support scammers – and everything in between. Source link
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A former US government inspector general has been indicted on charges of software and data theft and an alleged scheme to defraud the government. Charles Edwards, 59, of Sandy Spring, Maryland, and one of his assistants at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Murali Venkata, 54, of Aldie, Virginia, were charged with conspiracy to commit...
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Another RSA Conference is now in the books, as is the live version of our annual event, DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Days, a daylong lineup of industry experts speaking on all things Dev, Sec, Ops and variations of the three. It was highly successful in both attendance and knowledge-sharing, so once again we’ve taken the entire...
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Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council recently decided not to discuss the impact of last month’s ransomware attack on its IT systems in the presence of the press and public, fearing that the disclosure could leak sensitive information. The BBC reported Friday that the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council unanimously decided not to disclose the impact...
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Mackay files for divorce over social media obsession South Africa’s revered social media influencer Sarah Langa is being deleted from the marriage register like an accidental social media post by her rich husband Jehan Mackay Sunday World can reveal that Mackay dumped Langa in September last year, just two years and 10 months after their...
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Multiple likely state-backed APT groups have been detected exploiting a recently patched Microsoft flaw to target Exchange servers. The vulnerability in question, CVE-2020-0688, was discovered by an anonymous security researcher and reported to Microsoft via Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI). It was fixed in the February Patch Tuesday update round, but discovered by Volexity...
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Vendors. Supply chain partners. Third parties. Contractors. All are different names for entities that might need access to your corporate networks and systems. But they have one important thing in common: They are outsiders to your company. We are supposed to trust these outsiders to do the work they were hired for, which often requires...
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Did you know the TNW Conference has a track fully dedicated to exploring the latest work culture trends and the future of work this year? Check out the full program here. The most exciting breakthroughs of the twenty-first century will not occur because of technology, but because of an expanding concept of what it means to...
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With regard to BCSI (BES (Bulk Electric System) Cyber System Information) in the cloud, responsible entity sentiments at the moment may be akin to Prince Hamlet as he contemplated death and suicide, “bemoaning the pain and unfairness of life but acknowledging that the alternative might be worse.” As currently written and subject to enforcement, components...
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The two-day Certified Ethical Hacker course will teach attendees how to test for weaknesses in online security systems that could be exploited by malicious hackers. LONDON, ENGLAND, March 06, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — The two-day Certified Ethical Hacker course will teach attendees how to test for weaknesses in online security systems that could be exploited by...
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The CIA isn’t waiting while the White House, Congress, the Justice Department and the Pentagon squabble over the best approach to combating Huawei’s domination of the future 5G wireless network. The agency has been funneling taxpayer dollars to venture capitalists investing in a private company set up to compete with and hopefully defeat Huawei. Huawei...
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While colleges and universities seem to be embracing cloud solutions – especially when it comes to reducing data storage costs – schools seem more reluctant. By 2019, over two thirds of universities had moved to cloud-based email systems, with 50% also adopting cloud collaboration systems. But what makes for the ideal cloud security solution in...
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Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter here! Welcome to the latest edition of Pardon The Intrusion, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter in which we explore the wild world of security. It’s always good to see more consumer tech companies stepping up to protect our privacy and security. Previously, it was Apple, now it’s Mozilla‘s turn. The company behind...
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When I was 13 years old, I was shouted at by my school teacher for not having a computer at home. My family couldn’t afford one at the time, and it was only through a generous donation by a headteacher from a different school who caught wind of this unpleasant experience that we managed to...
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