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Content tagged with Compliance posted in March 2019
The 'Twitterverse' Is Not the Security Community
Commentary  |  3/27/2019  | 
The drama on social media belies the incredible role models, job, training, and networking opportunities found in the real world of traditional cybersecurity.
Data Privacy Manifestos: Competitive Advantage or the Start of Something Bigger?
Commentary  |  3/26/2019  | 
Facebook is the latest company to weigh in with a corporate manifesto focused on privacy. Though it's a welcome trend, only time will tell how many follow through.
A Glass Ceiling? Not in Privacy
Commentary  |  3/25/2019  | 
According to a new study, female professionals in the US privacy profession outnumber males 53% to 47%.
Businesses Manage 9.7PB of Data but Struggle to Protect It
News  |  3/21/2019  | 
What's more, their attempts to secure it may be putting information at risk, a new report finds.
The Insider Threat: It's More Common Than You Think
Commentary  |  3/20/2019  | 
A new study shows why security teams must look holistically across cybersecurity, compliance, technology, and human resources to truly address the business effects of workforce risk.
The Case for Transparency in End-User License Agreements
Commentary  |  3/13/2019  | 
Why it behooves technology companies to consider EULAs as an opportunity to accurately inform customers about privacy issues and other important information.


7 Tips for Infosec Pros Considering A Lateral Career Move
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  1/21/2020
For Mismanaged SOCs, The Price Is Not Right
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  1/22/2020
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CVE-2014-9720
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-24
Tornado before 3.2.2 sends arbitrary responses that contain a fixed CSRF token and may be sent with HTTP compression, which makes it easier for remote attackers to conduct a BREACH attack and determine this token via a series of crafted requests.
CVE-2015-1525
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-24
audio/AudioPolicyManagerBase.cpp in Android before 5.1 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (audio_policy application outage) via a crafted application that provides a NULL device address.
CVE-2015-1530
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-24
media/libmedia/IAudioPolicyService.cpp in Android before 5.1 allows attackers to execute arbitrary code with media_server privileges or cause a denial of service (integer overflow) via a crafted application that provides an invalid array size.
CVE-2015-2688
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-24
buf_pullup in Tor before 0.2.4.26 and 0.2.5.x before 0.2.5.11 does not properly handle unexpected arrival times of buffers with invalid layouts, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (assertion failure and daemon exit) via crafted packets.
CVE-2015-2689
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-24
Tor before 0.2.4.26 and 0.2.5.x before 0.2.5.11 does not properly handle pending-connection resolve states during periods of high DNS load, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (assertion failure and daemon exit) via crafted packets.