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Content tagged with Compliance posted in August 2017
International Firms Struggle to Adapt as China's Cybersecurity Law Takes Shape
Commentary  |  8/31/2017  | 
After the release of new guidelines on critical information infrastructure, international companies are still searching for clarity on how to comply with the country's new cyber regime.
New York's Historic FinSec Regulation Covers DDoS, Not Just Data
News  |  8/28/2017  | 
Starting today, New York banks and insurers must report to authorities within 72 hours on any security event that has a 'reasonable likelihood' of causing material harm to normal operations.
GDPR Compliance Preparation: A High-Stakes Guessing Game
Commentary  |  8/24/2017  | 
It's difficult to tell if your company is meeting the EU's data privacy and security standards -- or US standards, for that matter.
How To Avoid Legal Trouble When Protecting Client Data
How To Avoid Legal Trouble When Protecting Client Data
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/21/2017  | 
Attorneys discuss how cybersecurity consultants can manage conflicts between e-discovery demands and client agreements.
20 Tactical Questions SMB Security Teams Should Ask Themselves
Commentary  |  8/15/2017  | 
Or why it pays for small- and medium-sized businesses to plan strategically but act tactically.
Risky Business: Why Enterprises Cant Abdicate Cloud Security
Commentary  |  8/7/2017  | 
It's imperative for public and private sector organizations to recognize the essential truth that governance of data entrusted to them cannot be relinquished, regardless of where the data is maintained.


Small Business Security: 5 Tips on How and Where to Start
Mike Puglia, Chief Strategy Officer at Kaseya,  2/13/2020
Architectural Analysis IDs 78 Specific Risks in Machine-Learning Systems
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  2/13/2020
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CVE-2020-9308
PUBLISHED: 2020-02-20
archive_read_support_format_rar5.c in libarchive before 3.4.2 attempts to unpack a RAR5 file with an invalid or corrupted header (such as a header size of zero), leading to a SIGSEGV or possibly unspecified other impact.
CVE-2019-20479
PUBLISHED: 2020-02-20
A flaw was found in mod_auth_openidc before version 2.4.1. An open redirect issue exists in URLs with a slash and backslash at the beginning.
CVE-2011-2498
PUBLISHED: 2020-02-20
The Linux kernel from v2.3.36 before v2.6.39 allows local unprivileged users to cause a denial of service (memory consumption) by triggering creation of PTE pages.
CVE-2012-2629
PUBLISHED: 2020-02-20
Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) and cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Axous 1.1.1 and earlier allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of administrators for requests that (1) add an administrator account via an addnew action to admin/administrators_add.php; or (2) c...
CVE-2014-3484
PUBLISHED: 2020-02-20
Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in the __dn_expand function in network/dn_expand.c in musl libc 1.1x before 1.1.2 and 0.9.13 through 1.0.3 allow remote attackers to (1) have unspecified impact via an invalid name length in a DNS response or (2) cause a denial of service (crash) via an invalid ...