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A new (published February 24th, 2020) study – targeting web browser chattiness and privacy (whatever may be left, i.e.). Comprised of highly detailed data, and authored by Professor Douglas J. Leith PhD, School of Computer Science & Statistics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (Eire) is our Highly Recommended Monday Must Read. *** This is a Security...
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A hacking group that’s a thorn in the side of the Russian state is at it again. Digital Revolution has dumped a trove of documents alleging Putin’s FSB commissioned a powerful DDoS tool called Fronton. The idea is to hack IoT devices, corralling them into a huge botnet. Then they can be unleashed onto, say,...
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In March 2017, Kristin Judge founded The Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) as a public-private nonprofit collaborative. The goal of the organization is simple: to provide recovery support for victims of cybercrime. In order to meet the cybercrime recovery needs of consumers and small businesses, CSN works alongside federal, state and local law enforcement partners and...
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TrueFire, a leading online guitar-tutoring platform, has suffered a “Magecart-style” security incident that may have exposed customers’ personal identifiable information and credit card numbers. The facts The data breach was discovered on January 10, when the company noticed that an unauthorized individual had gained access to their systems, “more specifically, to information that consumers had...
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Defending enterprise networks has become a convoluted challenge, one that is only getting more byzantine by the day. I’ve written about the how SIEMs ingest log and event data from all across hybrid networks, and about how UEBA and SOAR technologies have arisen in just the past few years to help companies try to make...
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Malicious actors are increasingly leveraging COVID-19 as a theme for new digital fraud attacks. In February 2020, for instance, Action Fraud received 21 reports of fraud relating to the coronavirus. This number of reports more than doubled to 46 between March 1 and March 13, 2020. Between March 14 and March 18, 2020, the United...
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If you’re reading this from your home while working remotely during the COVID-19 crisis, you’re in good company. A recent study by Global Workplace Analytics showed that even before the coronavirus forced us all into working from home, remote work had grown by 173% over the last 15 years, with nearly 5 million telecommuters in...
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As COVID-19 mauls the travel sector and hotels, airlines and cruise lines shutter their doors or park their planes and ships, this interlude may present them an opportunity to address how they handle passenger information. Each of these sectors of the travel industry collects personally identifiable information and each has suffered considerable breaches or lapses...
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Inthe wake of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many companies are leftwondering; what is their best course of action? With the number of cases on therise, the government has mandated limited physical exposure and stressed thatlarge group gatherings be halted. Last week, Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland addressedthese concerns at a conference. According to his...
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In the midst of our growing COVID-19 pandemic crisis, a major new U.S. cybersecurity strategy was released by a bipartisan commission on March 11, 2020. This ground-breaking report outlines a strategy to fundamentally reshape the U.S.’s approach to cybersecurity and prepare for resiliency and response before a major cyber incident occurs. Despite everything going on.....
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In the midst of our growing COVID-19 pandemic crisis, a major new U.S. cybersecurity strategy was released by a bipartisan commission on March 11, 2020.  This ground-breaking report outlines a strategy to fundamentally reshape the U.S.’s approach to cybersecurity and prepare for resiliency and response before a major cyber incident occurs. Despite everything going on...
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With the global transition into working and studying remotely in full swing, we at SANS have been brainstorming ways to make your experience at home a little more exciting. We’ve come up with a cool new challenge for our SANS Alumni and followers that we, for one, will certainly enjoy! So, however you’re engaging with...
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We’re prepared to help with your COVID-19 response. Learn more. IT professionals everywhere are wondering the same thing: How will I ever get my purchases approved in this market environment? With a global pandemic, a stock market in free fall, and pundits talking about layoffs, many are operating under the assumption that their leadership would...
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Written by Neha Jain, Co-Chair of India’s CSR Board Continuing in our commitment to sustainability, Akamai is excited to announce the launch of our accelerator program supporting innovators and building solutions to address India’s water challenges. A concerted effort by the Akamai India leadership team, the accelerator program is being launched at a time when...
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Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via the DEF CON Conference YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27 Monero Village – Gus Clarke’s ‘Tale Of Two Tongues: Examining Two Mimblewimble Protocols’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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It was early in 2019 that we started dropping hints we had something big in the works. The anticipation was high, when, in June, we made an exciting announcement. Social-Engineer.org along with Social-Engineer, LLC was going to put on their first ever, self-produced, conference; The SEVillage Presents: The Human Hacking Conference (HHC).   This never before...
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Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via the DEF CON Conference YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27 Monero Village – Francisco Cabanas’ ‘Critical Role Of Min Block Reward Trail Emission’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via the DEF CON Conference YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27 Monero Village – Jeremy Gillula PhD: ‘Encrypting The Web Isn’t Enough’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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Proper bike lane on NYC Chrystie Street between Canal Street and 2nd Street. Image: Gothamist, NYC DOT Nearly a decade ago I wrote about the increase in bicycle sales after disasters. I won’t go into why people moved away from these logical options for transportation and to the illogical gasoline automobile. Kunstler does a good...
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“What the government doesn’t want you to know about COVID-19” and other online scams.  As the COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping business and daily life, there is no shortage of people who see this crisis as an opportunity to capitalize on those seeking some answers or comfort online. Cybercriminals are dusting off old tricks and adding...
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