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March 20, 2020
A message from our Chief Executive Officer, Pam Murphy: All of us at Imperva wish you good health and safety as the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to unfold. As we respond to the ongoing crisis, we have established the following core principles to keep us focused on what’s important: Ensure our employees stay safe. Maintain...
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Earlier today Sean Underwood, Tom Knolmayer, and Matthew Failor requested assistance from race staff after they went through a section of trail with deep overflow from the Solomon River, outside of Nome. According to Chas St. George, COO of Iditarod, the incident occurred sometime last night, but the group of teams didn’t activate their emergency...
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We’re prepared to help with your COVID-19 response. Learn more. Troubleshooting end users’ computer issues doesn’t have to be tedious or time consuming. The right combination of tools and soft skills can help you isolate issues quickly, reducing the time it takes to close individual tickets and freeing you up for more exciting IT projects....
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British police are saying coronavirus-related fraud reports have spiked by 400 per cent over the past six weeks as the COVID-19 illness continues its inexorable march through humanity. Although absolute numbers of reports are low, perhaps kept that way because the public now knows Action Fraud is largely useless, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB)...
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Masses of global citizens have been retreating to their homes and relying on online services to stock up their domiciles during the coronavirus pandemic, and it could be having an influence on cyberattacks against websites. Researchers at application protection company PerimeterX have reported a two-month increase in account takeover attacks against online home goods retailers,...
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An internal document circulated among European Union officials alleges that Russia launched a “significant disinformation campaign” about the coronavirus in order to cause panic and worsen the impact of the outbreak on European countries, reported Reuters, who has seen the document. Created by the European External Action Service, the EU’s foreign policy arm, the document...
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Before miniseries attained a prestige aura by being rebranded as limited series, TV audience embraced them as lush, big-budget delights that only came around a few times a year. Legendary among them were the ones adapted from bestseller potboilers built around a torrid affair or a romanticized setting. “The Thorn Birds,” “Lonesome Dove,” “Lace,” TV...
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Researchers have not determined who owns the database, which was one of several large exposed instances disclosed this week. Researchers discovered an unprotected database holding 800GB of personal user information, including 200 million detailed user records. The entirety of the database was wiped on March 3. User records inside the database held what appeared to...
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Signal Sciences is excited to announce the availability of new advanced rate limiting features that extend our customers’ ability to detect and stop abusive behavior at the application and API layer. Over the past several weeks as part of our early access program, we piloted advanced rate limiting in real-world production environments and stopped major...
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Finastra, a company that provides a range of technology solutions to banks worldwide, said today it was shutting down key systems in response to a security breach discovered this morning. The company’s public statement and notice to customers does not mention the cause of the outage, but their response so far is straight out of...
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The aerospace giant was already facing challenges following the grounding of its 737 Max fleet, and disruptions caused by the coronavirus will only exacerbate its fiscal woes. Earlier this week, Boeing called for an injection of $60 billion for the commercial aerospace industry, with Trump signaling he is open to the idea. Balancing act As...
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Home > Security News > Malware In an effort to make malware appear legitimate and help it sneak past security software, groups using two well-known trojans are inserting news text from Coronavirus stories into their file descriptions. Padding malware with fake news is not new but Bleeping Computer has found Trickbot and Emotet now being...
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This week, Duck advises on how to keep your company safe while working remotely, Peter discusses malwareless ransomware attacks, and Mark shares the latest in the EARN IT saga. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Paul Ducklin, Peter Mackenzie and Mark Stockley. Listen now! LISTEN NOW Click-and-drag on the soundwaves below to skip...
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The data — which included names, birthdays, and personal addresses — was discovered in June 2017 on an Amazon web server by the cyber risk firm UpGuard. UpGuard described the mishap as “perhaps the largest known exposure of voter information in history.” The RNC moved swiftly to separate itself from Deep Root Analytics and the...
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Cybercrime , Cyberwarfare / Nation-State Attacks , Fraud Management & Cybercrime Group Leveraging Corporate Email Accounts, Trend Micro Researchers Say Apurva Venkat (VenkatApurva) • March 20, 2020     Over the last year, Russian state-sponsored hackers have switched their techniques, relying more on compromised corporate email accounts to send out targeted phishing emails and spam,...
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In typical fashion, attackers are gearing up to take advantage of the surge in teleworking prompted by the pandemic. The speed at which organizations are being forced to respond to the unfolding COVID-19 health crisis could be leaving many of them vulnerable to attack by threat actors rushing to exploit the situation. Over the past few...
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Here’s a little something to snuggle up with if you’re on lockdown. (image by juliasudnitskaya, via Adobe Stock) Snuggle up with your hot beverage of choice and take a break from the perils of facing reality, and hack away at our first cybersecurity crossword puzzle. It might be just what you need to ease burnout...
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We’re prepared to help with your COVID-19 response. Learn more. Many IT admins are rushing to find effective methods for dealing with the global pandemic and its resulting effects on daily life. That is especially the case for admins looking for solutions to securely enable an entirely remote working scenario.  JumpCloud® is uniquely positioned to...
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The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting communities around the world. For the two billion of those people who also use the encrypted communication service WhatsApp, now more than ever is a time for calling, messaging, and seeking trustworthy information. So the World Health Organization is going where the people are, launching a new tool called WHO...
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