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March 12, 2020
[ad_1] City officials discuss the budgeting process at last week’s strategic planning meeting. Photo by Jeannette Andruss The City of Seal Beach has prioritized 10 objectives for city leaders to tackle over the coming months. The goals include developing a financial forecast, addressing pension liability, getting feedback for what to do with the space at...
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[ad_1] MARCH 13 — A few years ago, the Panama Papers episode revealed how the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) held the rich and powerful to account. ICIJ exposed the complex ways used by companies and individuals to conceal beneficial ownership of companies. The files were made public by 370 investigative journalists in 76...
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[ad_1] The hub-and-spoke network model is outdated   Safeguarding Internet access is a significant problem for most businesses. In a recent Verizon Study, 6.2 percent of all data breaches result from browser-based attacks. These attacks, including watering-hole and drive-by downloads, can be costly https://securityboulevard.com/2020/03/provide-secure-access-for-everyone/ and might lead to massive damage to an organization’s reputation.  ...
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[ad_1] Cyber Diamonds in the Hood   It is Black History Month in the United States. This moment should be a time to remember how vital leadership and access for all people is to national posterity. This nation flourished with the free labor of immigrants, people escaping oppressive Kings, and yes – slaves. Black...
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[ad_1] The U.S. launched a series of air strikes targeting an Iran-backed militia in Iraq on Thursday, the day after two American service members were killed during an exchange of rocket fire between U.S. forces and the group. It is a dramatic escalation in a months-long confrontation between Washington and Tehran, and U.S. officials worry...
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[ad_1] Fed report castigates U.S. ability to fend off a cyberattack, suggests major reforms The Cyberspace Solarium Commission issued a 182-page report stating the United States in dangerously insecure when it comes to defending itself from a cyberattack and offered a litany of recommendations to shore up the nation’s defenses. The Commission, headed by Sens....
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[ad_1] TEL AVIV, Israel and SAN FRANCISCO, March 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Odo Security, a leader in zero trust network access (ZTNA) and management, today announced it is offering free subscriptions to its market-leading secure remote access solution, OdoAccess, to companies for use by their employees based in countries impacted by the Coronavirus health...
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[ad_1] Horror sequels rarely best the original movie, but in the case of Unfriended: Dark Web, it managed to top the original in every possible way. While some detractors of the first Unfriended might argue that Dark Web didn’t have a large hill to climb in that respect, it’s important to remember that despite Unfriended‘s...
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[ad_1] The costs associated with data breaches climb alongside the amount of data managed by the enterprise according to the latest Global Protection Index Snapshot. Organizations are, on average, managing nearly 40% more data than one year ago. And 80% see that data having value. Unfortunately, 81% don’t think their cybersecurity is up to future...
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[ad_1] Hackers are sending emails purporting to provide information about the coronavirus but are designed to trick people into handing over their passwords, experts at the leading cyber threat intelligence firm FireEye said Thursday. Some even contain malware that could take over a victim’s computer. “We’ve seen financially motivated actors using coronavirus themed phishing in...
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[ad_1] JumpCloud’s new Active Directory Migration Utility automates a key part of switching from AD to a modern cloud directory service. The post New Feature: Automated Migration from AD to JumpCloud appeared first on JumpCloud. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Blog – JumpCloud authored by Mike Ranellone. Read the original...
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[ad_1] House Democrats on Thursday introduced two bills to penalize individuals for spreading misinformation about the upcoming 2020 census.  The Census Form Integrity Act, sponsored by House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairwoman Carolyn MaloneyCarolyn Bosher MaloneyOvernight Health Care — Presented by Philip Morris International — Trump to deliver Oval Office statement on coronavirus | WHO...
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[ad_1] Threat actor’s practice of using known malware and tactics gives an opening for defenders, says Recorded Future. The activities of Turla Group, a stealthy Russia-based threat actor associated with numerous attacks on government, diplomatic, technology, and research organizations, may be trackable because of the group’s penchant to use older malware and techniques alongside its...
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[ad_1] From slime to space The idea to use a slime-based algorithm to map the cosmic web came from co-author Oskar Elek, a UC Santa Cruz computational media post-doc. He had previously seen the work of slime mold algorithms, so he urged Joe Burchett — an astronomer at UC Santa Cruz and lead author of...
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[ad_1] Looks like cybercriminals have come up with yet another innovative means to distribute malware. Researchers at Inky, which provides tools to combat phishing attacks, have discovered that cybercriminals are now sending emails that come with fake attachments, known as phaxttachments. When recipients click on the attachment they are actually clicking on a URL that...
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[ad_1] Emma Woollacott 12 March 2020 at 15:38 UTC Updated: 12 March 2020 at 15:42 UTC Interoperability rules largely welcomed, but potential privacy and security issues must be addressed, experts warn New rules giving patients better access to their medical data have been approved by the US Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS)...
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[ad_1] A CASB isn’t a WAF, isn’t an NGF, and isn’t an SWG. So what is it, precisely, and why do you need one to go along with all the other letters? Read on for the answer. As IT operations began to move from on-premises installations to the cloud, organizations looked for ways to bring...
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[ad_1] Cybercriminals constantly latch on to news items that captivate the public’s attention, but usually they do so by sensationalizing the topic or spreading misinformation about it. Recently, however, cybercrooks have started disseminating real-time, accurate information about global infection rates tied to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic in a bid to infect computers with malicious software. A...
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[ad_1] The House Tuesday introduced bipartisan legislation that lawmakers touted as reforming the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court (FISC) based on recent recommendations from the Justice Department inspector general (IG) and ends the government’s controversial domestic surveillance program, but which detractors say doesn’t represent reform at all. The bill, USA Freedom Reauthorization Act, bumps up congressional...
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[ad_1] Here we go again: An SMB vulnerability lets hackers access your Windows clients and servers. And there’s no patch (yet). You remember the WannaCry ransomware? It used the leaked “EternalBlue” SMB exploit that the NSA had hoarded. Could this RCE bug be as bad? At least we know about it. In today’s SB Blogwatch, we dance the...
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