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March 11, 2020
Earlier today, KrebsOnSecurity alerted the 10th largest food distributor in the United States that one of its Web sites had been hacked and retrofitted with code that steals credit card and login data. While such Web site card skimming attacks are not new, this intrusion leveraged a sneaky new domain that hides quite easily in...
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A 25-year-old Yellowknife man has been found guilty of four charges related to his use and sale of furanyl fentanyl. At the start of his judge-only trial in August, Darcy Oake pleaded guilty to trafficking furanyl fentanyl, a synthetic drug designed to have similar effects to the deadly opiate fentanyl. On Wednesday morning, Northwest Territories Supreme Court...
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This blog provides some insights into the workings of Kubernetes network policies, how they compare to traditional firewall policies and some pitfalls and best-practices that will help you secure your Kubernetes applications. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Tufin – Cybersecurity & Agility with Network Security Policy Orchestration authored by Reuven...
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Having, hopefully, caught our collective breath from a tumultuous 2019, the New Year has much in store for federal contractors and suppliers. While we wait for 2020 to deliver on the numerous initiatives kicked-off in 2019, a handful of developments are already knocking at the door. Before the New Year hits full stride, federal contractors—especially...
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Can you run your business without Office 365 or Gmail? Probably not! Practically every business across the world captures, stores, and processes some amount of data on the cloud. While this makes data that much more valuable, it also makes it susceptible to attack. A string of high-profile data breaches in recent times has proved that no one is safe from cyberattacks. With cybercrime damage...
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Slime Mold Model Reveals Dark Threads of the Cosmic Web Press Release From: University of California Santa Cruz Posted: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 A computational approach inspired by the growth patterns of a bright yellow slime mold has enabled a team of astronomers and computer scientists at UC Santa Cruz to trace the filaments of...
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The coronavirus pandemic isn’t only a threat to your health. It could open you up to a scam. Law enforcement and cyber security experts are warning of potential schemes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are telling local police departments to beware of CDC impersonators. The CDC warns schemers may go door-to-door claiming to...
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A leak of confidential UK government documents in the run-up to last December’s general election has been blamed on Russian actors. But what evidence is there to say the Russian government itself tried to interfere in British politics? With just about two weeks to go before election day, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn revealed a trove...
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In my previous blog, I described the ForgeRock Secure Sharing solution, which enables people to share their digital resources selectively with others in an enforceable way.  How exactly do we do that? Let’s start with the three main ingredients: Who: Authenticated people What: Verified applications and services How: Trusted access Who: Authenticated People  The ForgeRock Secure...
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This week we talk about why Let’s Encrypt might have to celebrate its billionth certificate twice, wonder if James Bond could hack Siri with ultrasound, and make backups surprisingly interesting. I’m joined by Sophos experts Greg ‘Fido’ Iddon and Peter Mackenzie. LISTEN NOW Click-and-drag on the soundwaves below to skip to any point in the...
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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Cyber Solarium Commission aims to avert a cyber 9/11 before it’s too late  The Washington Post America needs to get its act together, warns cyber commission  Fortune The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 3.11.20  The CyberWire Federal report warns U.S. is unready for a cyberattack  Axios View Full Coverage on Google News Source link
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The federal commission outlined more than 60 recommendations to remedy major security problems. A new report released today from the federal Cyberspace Solarium Commission opens with a dire warning: “Our country is at risk, not only from a catastrophic cyberattack but from millions of daily intrusions disrupting everything from financial transactions to the inner workings...
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To get back up and running quickly, and because it’s cheaper, city and county governments often pay the ransom, especially if insurance companies are footing the bill. The result: More ransomware. Small and local government have not only continued to pay ransoms to the criminals behind ransomware, but they have been doing so at an...
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A rapid transition to remote work puts pressure on security teams to understand and address a wave of potential security risks. Many companies, concerned for employees’ health amid the rapid spread of coronavirus, have begun encouraging them to work from home. The shift, rightly done to protect people from infection, could also potentially expose organizations...
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It didn’t take long for a terrorist to show how hard it is to prevent violent extremist content being shared online. Within six months of the attacks at two Christchurch mosques on March 15 last year, which were live streamed on Facebook, a far-right terrorist’s attack at a German synagogue was broadcast live on Amazon’s...
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Introducing one-click NIST password standard compliance, user reporting which outlines users who are using compromised passwords, and root password detection to prevent users from using root passwords. Microsoft’s Active Directory is used widely across companies and industries throughout the world and unfortunately, it is one of the key targets for bad actors. Many organizations are...
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Written by Benjamin Freed Mar 11, 2020 | STATESCOOP The ransomware attacks that have plagued state and local governments for the past several years continue to grow more frequent and sophisticated, while government organizations struggle to be prepared for these incidents, a new study by the consulting firm Deloitte argues. The study comes after the...
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Responding to a tweet about the Covid-19 pandemic on Tuesday, President Donald Trump wrote, “We need the Wall more than ever!” Trump had made a similar assertion during a rally in South Carolina at the end of February as well. “One of the reasons the numbers are so good: We will do everything in our...
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Cyberattackers continue to seize on the dire need for information surrounding the novel coronavirus. In one of the latest examples, adversaries have created a weaponized coronavirus map app that infects victims with a variant of the information-stealing AZORult malware. The malicious online map, found at www.Corona-Virus-Map[.]com, appears very polished and convincing, showing an image of...
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Four organizations have already taken the antidote Businesses and government bodies hit by the PwndLocker ransomware strain have been given hope of recovering their encrypted files without paying the ransom, following the launch of a free decryptor. Four organizations have already been helped by the tool, less than a week after its launch on Friday...
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