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Opinion

Most Commented Content posted in October 2019
Why Organizations Must Quantify Cyber-Risk in Business Terms
Commentary  |  10/24/2019  | 
The rising costs of breaches and regulatory fines are driving demand for better measurement and articulation of business impacts.
Quantifying Security Results to Justify Costs
Commentary  |  10/31/2019  | 
The CISO job isn't to protect the entire business from all threats for any budget. It's to spell out what level of protection executives can expect for a given budget.
Data Privacy Protections for the Most Vulnerable Children
Commentary  |  10/17/2019  | 
The business case for why companies that respect the privacy of individuals, and especially minors, will have a strong competitive advantage.
It's Time to Improve Website Identity Indicators, Not Remove Them
Commentary  |  10/24/2019  | 
Why Google and Mozilla are wrong about the benefits of Extended Validation certificates that aim to prevent fraud and protect user privacy.
4 Security Lessons Federal IT Pros Can Teach the Private Sector
Commentary  |  10/25/2019  | 
With a little research and basic planning, small companies can make big strides against the cybersecurity threats they face. Here's how.
The AI (R)evolution: Why Humans Will Always Have a Place in the SOC
Commentary  |  10/22/2019  | 
In cybersecurity, the combination of men, women and machines can do what neither can do alone -- form a complementary team capable of upholding order and fighting the forces of evil.
AIOps: The State of Full Packet Capture Enters the Age of Practicality
Commentary  |  10/1/2019  | 
How machine learning and artificial intelligence are changing the game of acting on large volumes of network data in near real time.
For Cybersecurity to Be Proactive, Terrains Must Be Mapped
Commentary  |  10/8/2019  | 
As in any battle, understanding and exploiting the terrain often dictates the outcome.
How to Think Like a Hacker
Commentary  |  10/10/2019  | 
In the arms race of computer security, it's never been more important to develop an adversarial mindset that can identify assumptions and determine if and how they can be violated.
A Realistic Threat Model for the Masses
Commentary  |  10/9/2019  | 
For many people, overly restrictive advice about passwords and other security practices is doing more harm than good. Here's why.
Hacking Phones: How Law Enforcement Is Saving Privacy
Commentary  |  10/30/2019  | 
It's no longer true that society must choose to either weaken everybody's privacy or let criminals run rampant.


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Cloud-Native Businesses Struggle With Security
Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  5/6/2021
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Defending Against Web Scraping Attacks
Rob Simon, Principal Security Consultant at TrustedSec,  5/7/2021
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CVE-2020-27020
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
Password generator feature in Kaspersky Password Manager was not completely cryptographically strong and potentially allowed an attacker to predict generated passwords in some cases. An attacker would need to know some additional information (for example, time of password generation).
CVE-2021-30183
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
Cleartext storage of sensitive information in multiple versions of Octopus Server where in certain situations when running import or export processes, the password used to encrypt and decrypt sensitive values would be written to the logs in plaintext.
CVE-2021-31922
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
An HTTP Request Smuggling vulnerability in Pulse Secure Virtual Traffic Manager before 21.1 could allow an attacker to smuggle an HTTP request through an HTTP/2 Header. This vulnerability is resolved in 21.1, 20.3R1, 20.2R1, 20.1R2, 19.2R4, and 18.2R3.
CVE-2021-32051
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
Hexagon G!nius Auskunftsportal before 5.0.0.0 allows SQL injection via the GiPWorkflow/Service/DownloadPublicFile id parameter.
CVE-2021-32615
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-13
Piwigo 11.4.0 allows admin/user_list_backend.php order[0][dir] SQL Injection.