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Content tagged with Compliance posted in April 2012
Trustworthy Internet Movement Builds SSL 'Avengers'
Quick Hits  |  4/30/2012  | 
Industry's top names in SSL development agree to join task force
Microsoft: Conficker Worm Remains 'Ongoing' Threat
News  |  4/25/2012  | 
Three-year-old 'dead' Windows worm infection is still spreading -- mainly via weak or stolen passwords, new Microsoft report says
Compliance Policy Development Do's And Don'ts
News  |  4/23/2012  | 
Policies are the keystone to good GRC, but many organizations don't write them well
You Need Help, Not An Accomplice
Commentary  |  4/20/2012  | 
Compliance is about being better and not just proving you are right
Your Compliance Is Decaying Every Day
Commentary  |  4/16/2012  | 
As soon as you train your colleagues about compliance, noncompliance is back in charge
Be Ready To Clean Up That Mess
Commentary  |  4/11/2012  | 
Compliant systems do more than prevent problems -- they help solve problems that happen
Are Today's Risk Management Frameworks Antiquated?
News  |  4/10/2012  | 
Five ways ISACA is updating its compliance framework, COBIT, to keep up with business and risk demands
Big Mac Botnet Mostly Made Up Of U.S. Machines
Quick Hits  |  4/6/2012  | 
Major 'wake-up call' for Mac users as Apple OS X Java flaw exploit spreads
Phishers Use Web Analytics To Gauge Success
Quick Hits  |  4/5/2012  | 
Attacker targeting South American bank gathered statistics on what worked and what didn't in major phishing campaign, RSA says
How To Prevent Data Leaks From Happening To Your Organization
News  |  4/5/2012  | 
Data can find its way out through accidents or malice. Here are some tips for keeping your essential information from walking out the door.


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John Fontana, Standards & Identity Analyst, Yubico,  9/19/2018
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Mukul Kumar & Anupam Sahai, CISO & VP of Cyber Practice and VP Product Management, Cavirin Systems,  9/20/2018
NSS Labs Files Antitrust Suit Against Symantec, CrowdStrike, ESET, AMTSO
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  9/19/2018
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Apache Mesos can be configured to require authentication to call the Executor HTTP API using JSON Web Token (JWT). In Apache Mesos versions pre-1.4.2, 1.5.0, 1.5.1, 1.6.0 the comparison of the generated HMAC value against the provided signature in the JWT implementation used is vulnerable to a timin...
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PUBLISHED: 2018-09-21
IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows (includes DB2 Connect Server) 9.7, 10.1, 10.5, and 11.1 contains a vulnerability in db2cacpy that could allow a local user to read any file on the system. IBM X-Force ID: 145502.
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IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows (includes DB2 Connect Server) 10.1, 10.5, and 11.1 tool db2licm is affected by buffer overflow vulnerability that can potentially result in arbitrary code execution. IBM X-Force ID: 146364.