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Going Beyond Checkbox Security
Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeekCommentaryVideo
Terry Barbounis, cybersecurity evangelist for CenturyLink, stops by the InformationWeek News Desk.
By Emily Johnson Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 5/24/2017
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Deconstructing the 2016 Yahoo Security Breach
Jacob Olcott, VP, Strategic Partnerships, BitSightCommentary
One good thing about disasters is that we can learn from them and avoid repeating the same mistakes. Here are five lessons that the Yahoo breach should have taught us.
By Jacob Olcott VP, Strategic Partnerships, BitSight, 5/19/2017
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The Fundamental Flaw in TCP/IP: Connecting Everything
Jeff Hussey, President & CEO, Tempered NetworksCommentary
Almost 30 years after its inception, it's time to fix the engine that both fuels the modern day Internet and is the root cause of its most vexing security challenges.
By Jeff Hussey President & CEO, Tempered Networks, 5/17/2017
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Your Grandma Could Be the Next Ransomware Millionaire
Brian Vecci, Technical Evangelist, Varonis SystemsCommentary
Today's as-a-service technology has democratized ransomware, offering practically anyone with a computer and an Internet connection an easy way to get in on the game.
By Brian Vecci Technical Evangelist, Varonis Systems, 5/15/2017
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SSA Plans Stronger Website Authentication
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
Starting in June 2017, the US Social Security Administration will require a more secure login process for SSA.gov.
By Dark Reading Staff , 5/11/2017
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Shining a Light on Securitys Grey Areas: Process, People, Technology
John Brenberg, Information Security & Compliance Manager, 3MCommentary
The changing distributed and mobile business landscape brings with it new security and privacy risks. Heres how to meet the challenge.
By John Brenberg Information Security & Compliance Manager, 3M, 5/9/2017
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Backdoors: When Good Intentions Go Bad
Randy Battat Founder President & CEO PreVeil & Sanjeev Verma Founder & Chairman PreVeil, Randy Battat Founder President & CEO PreVeil & Sanjeev Verma Founder & Chairman PreVeilCommentary
Requiring encrypted applications to provide backdoors for law enforcement will weaken security for everyone.
By Randy Battat Founder President & CEO PreVeil & Sanjeev Verma Founder & Chairman PreVeil Randy Battat Founder President & CEO PreVeil & Sanjeev Verma Founder & Chairman PreVeil, 5/5/2017
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Google Docs Phishing Scam a Game Changer
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Experts expect copycats that take advantage of passive authentication from third-party applications using standards such as OAuth.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 5/4/2017
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Why OAuth Phishing Poses A New Threat to Users
Greg Martin, CEO of JASKCommentary
Credential phishing lets attackers gain back-end access to email accounts, and yesterday's Google Docs scam raises the risk to a new level.
By Greg Martin CEO of JASK, 5/4/2017
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Striving For Improvement on World Password Day
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Consumer hygiene and poor authentication practices create toxic combo.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 5/2/2017
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Kill Chain & the Internet of Things
Ofer Amitai, CEO, PortnoxCommentary
IoT things such as security cameras, smart thermostats and wearables are particularly easy targets for kill chain intruders, but a layered approach to security can help thwart an attack.
By Ofer Amitai CEO, Portnox, 4/20/2017
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Google Won't Trust Symantec and Neither Should You
Mike Baukes, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, UpGuardCommentary
As bad as this controversy is for Symantec, the real damage will befall the company and individual web sites deemed untrustworthy by a Chrome browser on the basis of a rejected Symantec certificate.
By Mike Baukes Co-Founder & Co-CEO, UpGuard, 4/19/2017
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Intrusion Suppression:' Transforming Castles into Prisons
Tom Kellermann,  CEO & Cofounder, Strategic Cyber Ventures Commentary
How building cybersecurity structures that decrease adversaries dwell time can reduce the damage from a cyberattack.
By Tom Kellermann CEO & Cofounder, Strategic Cyber Ventures , 4/18/2017
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6 New Security Startups Named to MACH37 Spring Cohort
Steve Zurier, Freelance Writer
The companies selected this year include technical talent that draws from Silicon Valley to Hungary and Western Europe.
By Steve Zurier Freelance Writer, 4/15/2017
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Health Savings Account Fraud: The Rapidly Growing Threat
Vitali Kremez, Director of Research, FlashpointCommentary
As income tax season comes to a close, financially-motivated cybercriminals are honing new tactics for monetizing medical PII.
By Vitali Kremez Director of Research, Flashpoint, 4/14/2017
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OSX.Dok: New & Sophisticated Mac Malware Strikes
Thomas Reed, Director of Mac Offerings, Malwarebytes
Phishing-deployed malware can capture account credentials for any website users log into.
By Thomas Reed Director of Mac Offerings, Malwarebytes, 4/7/2017
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FAFSA Tool Taken Offline After Breach Report
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
Personal data of 100,000 taxpayers compromised after IRS students financial aid tool hacked.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/7/2017
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Tax Deadline Leads to Heightened Phishing Email Activities
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
IRS warns tax professionals to watch out for phishing email scams attempting to steal user credentials.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/3/2017
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The Business of Security: How your Organization Is Changing beneath You
John B. Dickson, CISSP,  Principal, Denim GroupCommentary
And why its your job to change with it and skate where the puck is headed.
By John B. Dickson CISSP, Principal, Denim Group, 3/30/2017
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Privacy Babel: Making Sense of Global Privacy Regulations
Dimitri Sirota, Founder & CEO of BigIDCommentary
Countries around the world are making their own privacy laws. How can a global company possibly keep up?
By Dimitri Sirota Founder & CEO of BigID, 3/29/2017
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A privilege escalation vulnerability in Brocade Fibre Channel SAN products running Brocade Fabric OS (FOS) releases earlier than v7.4.1d and v8.0.1b could allow an authenticated attacker to elevate the privileges of user accounts accessing the system via command line interface. With affected version...

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