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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in December 2020
Mobile Endpoint Security: Still the Crack in the Enterprise's Cyber Armor
Commentary  |  12/30/2020  | 
A combination of best practices and best-in-class technology will help keep your enterprise from falling victim to ever-growing threats.
Defending the COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Chain
Commentary  |  12/28/2020  | 
We must treat this supply chain like a piece of our nation's critical infrastructure, just like the electrical grid or air traffic control system.
Quarterbacking Vulnerability Remediation
Commentary  |  12/24/2020  | 
It's time that security got out of the armchair and out on the field.
Enterprise IoT Security Is a Supply Chain Problem
Commentary  |  12/23/2020  | 
Organizations that wish to take advantage of the potential benefits of IoT systems in enterprise environments should start evaluating third-party risk during the acquisition process.
Security as Code: How Repeatable Policy-Driven Deployment Improves Security
Commentary  |  12/22/2020  | 
The SaC approach lets users codify and enforce a secure state of application configuration deployment that limits risk.
We Have a National Cybersecurity Emergency -- Here's How We Can Respond
Commentary  |  12/21/2020  | 
Let's prioritize bipartisan strategic actions that can ensure our national security and strengthen the economy. Here are five ideas for how to do that.
2021 Cybersecurity Predictions: The Intergalactic Battle Begins
Commentary  |  12/18/2020  | 
There's much in store for the future of cybersecurity, and the most interesting things aren't happening on Earth.
Rising to the Challenge: Perspectives from Security Leaders on 2020 and Beyond
News  |  12/17/2020  | 
For those who work in the security industry 2020 has been a particularly challenging year. Chris Price talks to five industry leaders from different perspectives in the sector about how they coped with COVID and asks them to look forward to 2021.
VPNs, MFA & the Realities of Remote Work
Commentary  |  12/17/2020  | 
The work-from-home-era is accelerating cloud-native service adoption.
Why the Weakest Links Matter
Commentary  |  12/16/2020  | 
The recent FireEye and SolarWinds compromises reinforce the fact that risks should be understood, controls should be in place, and care should be taken at every opportunity.
Senior Managers Twice as Likely to Share Work Devices With Outsiders
News  |  12/16/2020  | 
New survey finds top C-suite managers are much shakier on security than their junior counterparts.
Patching Still Poses Problems for Industrial Controllers, Networking Devices
News  |  12/16/2020  | 
More than 90% of devices that run popular embedded operating systems remain vulnerable to critical flaws disclosed more than a year ago.
Medical Imaging Leaks Highlight Unhealthy Security Practices
News  |  12/15/2020  | 
More than 45 million unique images, such as X-rays and MRI scans, are accessible to anyone on the Internet, security firm says.
7 Security Tips for Gamers
Slideshows  |  12/11/2020  | 
Gamers can expect to be prime targets over the holidays as COVID-19 rages on. Here's some advice on how to keep hackers at bay.
Cloud Identity and Access Management: Understanding the Chain of Access
Commentary  |  12/10/2020  | 
Here's where enterprises encounter challenges with cloud IAM and the best practices they should follow to correct these mistakes.
The Line Between Physical Security & Cybersecurity Blurs as World Gets More Digital
Commentary  |  12/10/2020  | 
Security teams are being challenged by the connected nature of IP devices, and preventing them from being compromised by cybercriminals has become an essential part of keeping people and property safe.
The Holiday Shopping Season: A Prime Opportunity for Triangulation Fraud
Commentary  |  12/9/2020  | 
As e-commerce sales increase, so does the risk of hard-to-detect online fraud.
Open Source Developers Still Not Interested in Secure Coding
News  |  12/8/2020  | 
Security and development are still two different worlds, with open source developers resistant to spending time finding and fixing vulnerabilities.
Keeping Cyber Secure at Christmas
News  |  12/8/2020  | 
Sylvain Cortes, Security Evangelist and cybersecurity expert at Alsid, highlights the need for security departments to raise awareness through their organizations over cyber threats this Christmas.
Attackers Know Microsoft 365 Better Than You Do
Commentary  |  12/8/2020  | 
Users have taken to Microsoft Office 365's tools, but many are unaware of free features that come with their accounts -- features that would keep them safe.
Avoiding a 1984-Like Future
Commentary  |  12/7/2020  | 
We must not simply trust technology to be safe. Technology providers and users should agree on severe security practices, and these standards must be implemented wherever data goes.
Flash Dies but Warning Signs Persist: A Eulogy for Tech's Terrible Security Precedent
Commentary  |  12/4/2020  | 
Flash will be gone by the end of the year, but the ecosystem that allowed it to become a software security serial killer is ready to let it happen again.
Cloud Security Threats for 2021
Commentary  |  12/3/2020  | 
Most of these issues can be remediated, but many users and administrators don't find out about them until it's too late.
From FUD to Fix: Why the CISO-Vendor Partnership Needs to Change Now
Commentary  |  12/3/2020  | 
CISOs and their staffs are up against too many systems, screens, and alerts, with too few solutions to effectively address pain points.
Open Source Flaws Take Years to Find But Just a Month to Fix
News  |  12/2/2020  | 
Companies need to embrace automation and dependency tracking to keep software secure, GitHub says in its annual security report.


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Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
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It's in the Game (but It Shouldn't Be)
Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2021-38562
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-18
Best Practical Request Tracker (RT) 4.2 before 4.2.17, 4.4 before 4.4.5, and 5.0 before 5.0.2 allows sensitive information disclosure via a timing attack against lib/RT/REST2/Middleware/Auth.pm.
CVE-2021-41611
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-18
An issue was discovered in Squid 5.0.6 through 5.1.x before 5.2. When validating an origin server or peer certificate, Squid may incorrectly classify certain certificates as trusted. This problem allows a remote server to obtain security trust well improperly. This indication of trust may be passed ...
CVE-2021-42565
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-18
myfactory.FMS before 7.1-912 allows XSS via the UID parameter.
CVE-2021-42566
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-18
myfactory.FMS before 7.1-912 allows XSS via the Error parameter.
CVE-2021-36097
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-18
Agents are able to lock the ticket without the "Owner" permission. Once the ticket is locked, it could be moved to the queue where the agent has "rw" permissions and gain a full control. This issue affects: OTRS AG OTRS 8.0.x version: 8.0.16 and prior versions.