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Two engineers who reportedly attended last month’s RSA Conference in San Francisco have tested positive for Coronavirus. According to a statement posted on Twitter, the engineers worked for Exabeam, though the company could not confirm “whether they contracted Covid-19 prior to, at or after the conference,” but warned anyone who did come into contact with...
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A key highlight of any RSA Conference in San Francisco is the annual “Top 5 Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques and How to Counter Them” session led by experts from the SANS Institute. For the 2020 edition, however, many of the attack vectors presented weren’t entirely new, as old threats resurfaced. Additionally of note, while the title of...
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Delivering a keynote talk at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Mary T Barra, chairman and CEO of General Motors Company, said “all of you today are the best and strongest line of defense in this on going and even more complex fight.” Barra had concluded the first part of her keynote talk by saying that “we...
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There has been a lot written in recent years about election security and ensuring the integrity of voting systems. While voting machines are important, so too are non-voting election technologies, which was the topic of a session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. Aaron Wilson, Senior Director of Election Security at the Center for Internet...
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The method, procedures, and practices used by cybersecurity professionals have relevance beyond just the technology sphere; they can also be used to hack society. That’s the view espoused by Bruce Schneier, security technologist, researcher, and lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, during a keynote session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. “This is the big idea: we here...
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Speaking in a keynote talk at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Mary T. Barra, chairman and CEO of General Motors Company, said that she acknowledged that “no one in this room needs convincing that there are virtually no industries today that are not vulnerable to cyber-attacks.” She said that the auto industry is no...
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Criminals are using a combination of server exploitation, email, and voice calls to execute voice phishing attacks, often referred to as vishing. In a session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, John LaCour, founder and CTO at PhishLabs, and Davey Ware, Special Agent at the FBI, detailed the mechanics of how vishing attacks work to...
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In a talk at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions director of product management Daniel Ayoub and VP of product management Dean Weinert talked about the reality of which metrics and identifiers browsers release on users. In a talk titled “Creepy Leaky Browsers,” Ayoub said that the classic cartoon “on the internet no...
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Traditional organized crime gangs are now making efforts to succeed in financial cybercrime in Latin America. According to research by IntSights into cybercrime activities in central and south America, persistent cyber-criminals are operating extensive schemes targeting banks, hospitality services,and retail businesses for their credentials and financial assets. As the attackers were deliberately changing their tactics...
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Now is the time to review your exposure to GDPR and CCPA-related lawsuits, and review contracts related to penetration testing. In a talk at RSA Conference in San Francisco exploring recent cyber-related court cases, Julia Bowen, senior vice-president, general counsel and corporate secretary, The MITRE Corp and Professor Rick Aldrich, cybersecurity policy and compliance analyst,...
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It’s time to get rid of parental controls and let younger people make their own decisions. Speaking in the opening keynotes at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Wendy Nather, head of advisory CISOs, Duo Security at Cisco, said that parental controls need to be disabled as “we need to teach them to make good security...
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Speaking at the RSA Conference in San Francisco on how to build a comprehensive Internet of Things (IoT) security testing methodology, Rapid7 IoT research lead Deral Heiland said that it is currently hard to determine what IoT is, so he built a testing model to determine the traits of IoT so they can be better...
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In a talk at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, students and researchers from University of California, Berkeley presented a theoretical method on how voters could be influenced using technical and automated methods. Talking about “How AI Inference Threats Might Influence the Outcome of 2020 Election,” the three presented their own research, which included aggregating...
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How can the US deter other nations from executing cyber-attacks? According to a panel of US government officials speaking at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, there is a range of legal, diplomatic, and even military options that can be considered. Adam Hickey, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, National Security Division at the US Department of Justice...
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Cyberattacks can impact individuals and companies in different ways, but few if any industries have the same life-or-death impact as medical devices. In recent years, medical devices and hospitals have come under increasing attack from different threat actors, which has not escaped the notice of regulators in the United States. At the RSA Conference in San Francisco, the...
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Nation states are actively attacking digital and internet-connected assets, but whether or not the US and other governments are doing enough to stop those attacks is a burning question that was debated in a session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. Sometimes there is a tendency for individuals or even organizations to question whether...
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At RSA Conference in San Francisco, Steve Lipner, executive director of SAFECode, reflected on some of the mistakes he has made in 50 years of working in IT and cybersecurity. In a talk he introduced as “things I wish I’d done differently,” Lipner named six instances of products and services he’s been involved with. The first was...
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In an era when data breaches can lead to corporate losses and ruin brand reputations, cybersecurity is no longer just an IT issue, it’s a board-level issue The question of what corporate boards should be doing and how governments can help them was the topic of a session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco,...
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At RSA Conference in San Francisco, RSA’s Ankush Baveja made a case for a SOC effectiveness framework SOC effectiveness is hard to measure without a valid framework, argued RSA’s presales engineer, Ankush Baveja. “Senior executives and senior leadership teams don’t get to see the results of what the SOC team is doing.” The solution, he...
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Shodan is a well-known security hacking tool that has even been showcased on the popular Mr. Robot TV show. While Shodan can potentially be used by hackers, it can also be used for good to help protect critical infrastructure, including energy utilities. At the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Michael Mylrea, Director of Cybersecurity R&D (ICS, IoT, IIoT)...
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