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Passwords Be Gone! Removing 4 Barriers To Strong Authentication
Phillip M. Dunkelberger, President & CEO, Nok Nok LabsCommentary
As biometric factors become more prevalent on mobile devices, FIDO Alliance standards will gain traction as an industry-wide authentication solution.
By Phillip M. Dunkelberger President & CEO, Nok Nok Labs, 7/24/2014
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CEO Report Card: Low Grades for Risk Management
Marilyn Cohodas, Community Editor, Dark ReadingCommentary
Dark Reading's latest community poll shows a stunning lack of confidence in chief execs' commitment to cyber security.
By Marilyn Cohodas Community Editor, Dark Reading, 7/18/2014
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A New Age in Cyber Security: Public Cyberhealth
Brian Foster, CTO, DamballaCommentary
The cleanup aimed at disrupting GameOver Zeus and CryptoLocker offers an instructive template for managing mass cyber infections.
By Brian Foster CTO, Damballa, 7/17/2014
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Passwords & The Future Of Identity: Payment Networks?
Andre Boysen, EVP, Digital Identity Evangelist, SecureKeyCommentary
The solution to the omnipresent and enduring password problem may be closer than you think.
By Andre Boysen EVP, Digital Identity Evangelist, SecureKey, 7/16/2014
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Payment Card Data Theft: Tips For Small Business
Chris Nutt, Director, Incident Response & Malware, MandiantCommentary
For small businesses looking to reduce their exposure to data theft the good news is the advantage of being small.
By Chris Nutt Director, Incident Response & Malware, Mandiant, 7/15/2014
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Dark Reading Radio: Where Do Security Startups Come From?
Tim Wilson, Editor in Chief, Dark ReadingCommentary
This week's radio broadcast will discuss how hot new security companies are born and how they are funded. Showtime is 1:00 p.m. ET.
By Tim Wilson Editor in Chief, Dark Reading, 7/15/2014
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Government Security: Saying 'No' Doesn't Work
Steve Jones, Group Strategy Director, Big Data & Analytics, CapgeminiCommentary
It's time for government agencies to move beyond draconian security rules and adopt anomaly analytics.
By Steve Jones Group Strategy Director, Big Data & Analytics, Capgemini, 7/14/2014
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Strategic Security: Begin With The End In Mind
Jason Sachowski, Sr. Manager, Security R&D, ScotiabankCommentary
The trouble with traditional infosec methodology is that it doesn’t show us how to implement a strategic security plan in the real world.
By Jason Sachowski Sr. Manager, Security R&D, Scotiabank, 7/11/2014
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In Fog Of Cyberwar, US Tech Is Caught In Crossfire
Julian Waits, President & CEO, ThreatTrack SecurityCommentary
Distrust of the US intelligence community is eroding consumer confidence and hampering US technology firms on the global stage at a time when the sector should be showing unprecedented growth.
By Julian Waits President & CEO, ThreatTrack Security, 7/9/2014
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3 BYOD Risk Prevention Strategies
Jim Szafranski, SVP Customer Platform Services, FiberlinkCommentary
An effective BYOD plan must balance control with convenience. Here's what to keep in mind.
By Jim Szafranski SVP Customer Platform Services, Fiberlink, 7/8/2014
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Dark Reading Radio: The Changing Role Of The CSO
Marilyn Cohodas, Community Editor, Dark ReadingCommentary
Why does the CSO report to the CIO? Join us for a panel discussion. Showtime is today, Wednesday, 1:00 p.m., New York, 10 a.m., San Francisco.
By Marilyn Cohodas Community Editor, Dark Reading, 7/8/2014
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Microsoft's Seizure Of No-IP Domains Disrupted Criminals & Innocents Alike
Sara Peters, News
Microsoft successfully disrupted roughly one-quarter of the APT actors Kaspersky monitors, but took down millions of innocent hostnames too.
By Sara Peters , 7/3/2014
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Why Your Application Security Program May Backfire
Jeff Williams, CTO, Contrast SecurityCommentary
You have to consider the human factor when you’re designing security interventions, because the best intentions can have completely opposite consequences.
By Jeff Williams CTO, Contrast Security, 7/2/2014
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Hacker Movies We Love & Hate
Marilyn Cohodas, Community Editor, Dark Reading
Check out Dark Reading community members' favorite hacker movie hits and misses. Then add your picks in the comments section.
By Marilyn Cohodas Community Editor, Dark Reading, 7/1/2014
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How Microsoft Cracks The BYOD Code: 3 Tips
Bret Arsenault, CISO, MicrosoftCommentary
Microsoft’s CISO shares best-practices for balancing employee autonomy and security in today’s bring-your-own world.
By Bret Arsenault CISO, Microsoft, 6/30/2014
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3 Mobile Security Tips For SMBs
Vijay Basani, Co-Founder, President & CEO, EIQ NetworksCommentary
Everyone in an organization has to work together to combat intrusions and data loss, but this is especially true for small businesses.
By Vijay Basani Co-Founder, President & CEO, EIQ Networks, 6/27/2014
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Why A Secured Network Is Like The Human Body
Dan Ross, CEO & President, PromisecCommentary
It’s time to throw away the analogies about building fortresses and perimeter defenses and start to approach InfoSec with the same standard of care we use for public health.
By Dan Ross CEO & President, Promisec, 6/26/2014
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P.F. Chang's Breach Went Undetected For Months
Lucas Zaichkowsky, Enterprise Defense Architect, AccessDataCommentary
Early reports indicate that the compromise involved a large number of restaurant locations and dates as far back as September 2013.
By Lucas Zaichkowsky Enterprise Defense Architect, AccessData, 6/23/2014
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SMBs Ignoring Insider Threats
Henry Kenyon, Commentary
Many smaller organizations do not adequately protect against insider threats, CERT expert warns.
By Henry Kenyon , 6/23/2014
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What Workplace Privacy Will Look Like In 10 Years
David Melnick, Founder & CEO, WebLife BalanceCommentary
New laws like Europe's "right to be forgotten" in Google search are just the latest examples of how quickly perceptions and practices about personal privacy in the workplace are changing.
By David Melnick Founder & CEO, WebLife Balance, 6/19/2014
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CVE-2014-4725
Published: 2014-07-27
The MailPoet Newsletters (wysija-newsletters) plugin before 2.6.7 for WordPress allows remote attackers to bypass authentication and execute arbitrary PHP code by uploading a crafted theme using wp-admin/admin-post.php and accessing the theme in wp-content/uploads/wysija/themes/mailp/.

CVE-2014-4726
Published: 2014-07-27
Unspecified vulnerability in the MailPoet Newsletters (wysija-newsletters) plugin before 2.6.8 for WordPress has unspecified impact and attack vectors.

CVE-2014-2363
Published: 2014-07-26
Morpho Itemiser 3 8.17 has hardcoded administrative credentials, which makes it easier for remote attackers to obtain access via a login request.

CVE-2014-2625
Published: 2014-07-26
Directory traversal vulnerability in the storedNtxFile function in HP Network Virtualization 8.6 (aka Shunra Network Virtualization) allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via crafted input, aka ZDI-CAN-2023.

CVE-2014-2626
Published: 2014-07-26
Directory traversal vulnerability in the toServerObject function in HP Network Virtualization 8.6 (aka Shunra Network Virtualization) allows remote attackers to create files, and consequently execute arbitrary code, via crafted input, aka ZDI-CAN-2024.

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