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Profile Of A Cybercrime Petty Thief
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
Trend Micro provides peek at methods of amateur, lone-wolf carder.
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 5/26/2015
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State-Sponsored Cybercrime: A Growing Business Threat
David Venable,  Director, Professional Services, Masergy CommunicationsCommentary
You donít have to be the size of Sony -- or even mock North Korea -- to be a target.
By David Venable Director, Professional Services, Masergy Communications, 5/26/2015
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DR Radio: Incident Response War-Gaming
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingCommentary
Wednesday, May 27: Learn how to practice the post-breach panicking.
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 5/25/2015
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Cyber Threat Analysis: A Call for Clarity
Michael McMahon, Director, Cyber Strategy & Analysis, Innovative Analytics & Training, LLCCommentary
The general public deserves less hyperbole and more straight talk
By Michael McMahon Director, Cyber Strategy & Analysis, Innovative Analytics & Training, LLC, 5/22/2015
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5 Signs Credentials In Your Network Are Being Compromised
Idan Tendler, CEO, FortscaleCommentary
Where should you start to keep ahead of attackers using insiders to steal corporate secrets or personal identifiable information? Check out these common scenarios.
By Idan Tendler CEO, Fortscale, 5/20/2015
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Retailers Take 197 Days To Detect Advanced Threat, Study Says
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
Most common method of identifying them as advanced threats is a "gut feeling."
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 5/19/2015
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Experts Urge InfoSec Info Sharing At Columbia-GCIG Conference
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
'It all starts at the bar with a beer.'
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 5/18/2015
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Why We Can't Afford To Give Up On Cybersecurity Defense
Jeff Williams, CTO, Aspect Security & Contrast SecurityCommentary
There is no quick fix, but organizations can massively reduce the complexity of building secure applications by empowering developers with four basic practices.
By Jeff Williams CTO, Aspect Security & Contrast Security, 5/18/2015
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When Encrypted Communication Is Not Good Enough
Lysa Myers, Security Researcher, ESETCommentary
For the vast majority of conversations -- on paper, by phone or computer -- encryption is a perfectly adequate form of protection. Unless, of course, a life or livelihood is at stake.
By Lysa Myers Security Researcher, ESET, 5/14/2015
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Taking A Security Program From Zero To Hero
Joshua Goldfarb, VP & CTO - Americas, FireEye.Commentary
Breaking the enigma of InfoSec into smaller bites is a proven method for building up an organizationís security capabilities. Here are six steps to get you started.
By Joshua Goldfarb VP & CTO - Americas, FireEye., 5/13/2015
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Vulnerability Disclosure Deja Vu: Prosecute Crime Not Research
Katie Moussouris, Chief Policy Officer, HackerOneCommentary
There is a lesson to be learned from a locksmith living 150 years ago: Attackers and criminals are the only parties who benefit when security researchers fear the consequences for reporting issues.
By Katie Moussouris Chief Policy Officer, HackerOne, 5/12/2015
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First Example Of SAP Breach Surfaces
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
USIS attack in 2013 stealing background check information about government personnel with classified clearance came by way of an SAP exploit.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 5/12/2015
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Women In Security Speak Out On Why There Are Still So Few Of Them
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingNews
They're now CISOs, security officials in DHS and the NSA, researchers, and key players in security -- but women remain a mere 10% of the industry population.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 5/11/2015
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3 Ways Attackers Will Own Your SAP
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
SAP vulnerabilities that have been highlighted for years are now becoming attackers' favorite means of breaking into enterprises.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 5/5/2015
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Deconstructing Mobile Fraud Risk
Subbu Sthanu, Director, Mobile Security & Application Security, IBMCommentary
Todayís enterprise security solutions donít do enough to manage BYOD risk, credit card theft and the reputational damage resulting from a major data breach.
By Subbu Sthanu Director, Mobile Security & Application Security, IBM, 5/5/2015
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Building a Stronger Security Strategy: 6 Tips
Harry Folloder, CIO, Advantage Waypoint LLC (AWP)Commentary
CIO offers his formula for achieving the right balance between data security and employee productivity and convenience
By Harry Folloder CIO, Advantage Waypoint LLC (AWP), 5/4/2015
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Big Data & The Security Skills Shortage
Peter Schlampp, VP of Products, PlatforaCommentary
Finding a security analyst with the data discovery experience to combat modern threats is like searching for the mythical unicorn. The person does not exist
By Peter Schlampp VP of Products, Platfora, 4/29/2015
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Twitter's Top 10 Social CISOs
Marilyn Cohodas, Community Editor, Dark Reading
If you work in information security today, you're on Twitter. Or are you?
By Marilyn Cohodas Community Editor, Dark Reading, 4/27/2015
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As Malware Surges, U.S. Remains Biggest Source of Attacks
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writerNews
The country leads others in malicious IP, URLs and phishing sites.
By Jai Vijayan Freelance writer, 4/24/2015
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Cybersecurity: Donít Bank On It With 3rd Parties
Greg Dickinson, CEO, HiperosCommentary
Not knowing that a contractorís employee had access to system passwords is not a valid excuse when your clientís records are stolen.
By Greg Dickinson CEO, Hiperos, 4/24/2015
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CVE-2015-0986
Published: 2015-05-26
Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in Moxa VPort ActiveX SDK Plus before 2.8 allow remote attackers to insert assembly-code lines via vectors involving a regkey (1) set or (2) get command.

CVE-2015-3808
Published: 2015-05-26
The dissect_lbmr_pser function in epan/dissectors/packet-lbmr.c in the LBMR dissector in Wireshark 1.12.x before 1.12.5 does not reject a zero length, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop) via a crafted packet.

CVE-2015-3809
Published: 2015-05-26
The dissect_lbmr_pser function in epan/dissectors/packet-lbmr.c in the LBMR dissector in Wireshark 1.12.x before 1.12.5 does not properly track the current offset, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop) via a crafted packet.

CVE-2015-3810
Published: 2015-05-26
epan/dissectors/packet-websocket.c in the WebSocket dissector in Wireshark 1.12.x before 1.12.5 uses a recursive algorithm, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption) via a crafted packet.

CVE-2015-3811
Published: 2015-05-26
epan/dissectors/packet-wcp.c in the WCP dissector in Wireshark 1.10.x before 1.10.14 and 1.12.x before 1.12.5 improperly refers to previously processed bytes, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a crafted packet, a different vulnerability than CVE-2015-...

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