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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in March 2019
Quantum Computing and Code-Breaking
Commentary  |  3/28/2019  | 
Prepare today for the quantum threats of tomorrow.
Everything I Needed to Know About Third-Party Risk Management, I Learned from Meet the Parents
Commentary  |  3/28/2019  | 
How much do you trust your vendors? You don't have to hook them up to a polygraph machine because there are better ways to establish trust.
GAO Finds Deficiencies in Systems for Handling National Debt
Quick Hits  |  3/27/2019  | 
IT systems at the Bureau of the Fiscal Service and the Federal Reserve Bank show vulnerabilities that could lead them open to exploitation and breach.
Russia Regularly Spoofs Regional GPS
News  |  3/26/2019  | 
The nation is a pioneer in spoofing and blocking satellite navigation signals, causing more than 9,800 incidents in the past three years, according to an analysis of navigational data.
Under Attack: Over Half of SMBs Breached Last Year
Commentary  |  3/26/2019  | 
Many small and midsize businesses work faster and harder than large enterprises, but they're just as vulnerable to cybercrime.
Hacker AI vs. Enterprise AI: A New Threat
Commentary  |  3/21/2019  | 
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are being weaponized using the same logic and functionality that legitimate organizations use.
What the Transition to Smart Cards Can Teach the US Healthcare Industry
Commentary  |  3/21/2019  | 
Healthcare information security suffers from the inherent weakness of using passwords to guard information. Chip-based smart cards could change that.
Stealing Corporate Funds Still Top Goal of Messaging Attacks
News  |  3/19/2019  | 
Cybercriminals focus on collecting credentials, blackmailing users with fake sextortion scams, and convincing privileged employees to transfer cash. The latter still causes the most damage, and some signs suggest it is moving to mobile.
Crowdsourced vs. Traditional Pen Testing
Commentary  |  3/19/2019  | 
A side-by-side comparison of key test features and when best to apply them based on the constraints within your budget and environment.
Are You Prepared for a Zombie (Domain) Apocalypse?
Commentary  |  3/18/2019  | 
When a domain registration expires, they can be claimed by new owners. And sometimes, those new owners have malicious intent.
On Norman Castles and the Internet
Commentary  |  3/15/2019  | 
When the Normans conquered England, they built castles to maintain security. But where are the castles of the Internet?
4 Reasons to Take an 'Inside Out' View of Security
Commentary  |  3/14/2019  | 
When you approach security from the inside out, you're protecting your data by determining the most vital applications and using a risk-based strategy, which focuses on the most valuable and vulnerable assets.
How the Best DevSecOps Teams Make Risk Visible to Developers
News  |  3/12/2019  | 
DevOps-minded CISOs say enterprise security teams need to do a better job scoring and visualizing risk for developers and business executives.
5 Essentials for Securing and Managing Windows 10
Commentary  |  3/12/2019  | 
It's possible to intelligently deploy and utilize Windows 10's many security enhancements while avoiding common and costly migration pitfalls.
IT Security Administrators Aren't Invincible
Commentary  |  3/11/2019  | 
IT security administrators and their teams are responsible for evaluating an organization's security tools and technologies, but are they armed with the proper tools, considerations, and budget to do so? Fourth in a six-part series.
Shifting Attacks Put Increasing ID Fraud Burden on Consumers
News  |  3/8/2019  | 
Card-present fraud is down, but attackers continue to find new strategies, and consumers are paying the price.
It's Time to Rethink Your Vendor Questionnaire
Commentary  |  3/6/2019  | 
To get the most from a vendor management program you must trust, then verify. These six best practices are a good place to begin.
Trust, or Lack of It, Is a Key Theme on RSAC Keynote Stage
News  |  3/5/2019  | 
Neither machines nor humans might be entirely trustworthy, but the cooperation of the two might be the answer to issues of misinformation, deep fake videos, and other issues of trust, say security leaders.
Care and Feeding of Your SIEM
Commentary  |  3/5/2019  | 
Six simple steps to mitigate the grunt work and keep your organization safe.
Artificial Intelligence: The Terminator of Malware
Commentary  |  3/5/2019  | 
Is it possible that the combination of AI, facial recognition, and the coalescence of global mass-hack data could lead us toward a Skynet-like future?
Here's What Happened When a SOC Embraced Automation
Commentary  |  3/4/2019  | 
Despite initial apprehension, security engineers and analysts immediately began to notice a variety of benefits.
Security Experts, Not Users, Are the Weakest Link
Commentary  |  3/1/2019  | 
CISOs: Stop abdicating responsibility for problems with users it's part of your job.


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I Smell a RAT! New Cybersecurity Threats for the Crypto Industry
David Trepp, Partner, IT Assurance with accounting and advisory firm BPM LLP,  7/9/2021
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Attacks on Kaseya Servers Led to Ransomware in Less Than 2 Hours
Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
Commentary
It's in the Game (but It Shouldn't Be)
Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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Craft is a CMS for creating custom digital experiences. Cross site scripting (XSS) can be triggered by review volumes. This issue has been fixed in version 4.4.7.
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PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Django-SES is a drop-in mail backend for Django. The django_ses library implements a mail backend for Django using AWS Simple Email Service. The library exports the `SESEventWebhookView class` intended to receive signed requests from AWS to handle email bounces, subscriptions, etc. These requests ar...
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PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Highlight is an open source, full-stack monitoring platform. Highlight may record passwords on customer deployments when a password html input is switched to `type="text"` via a javascript "Show Password" button. This differs from the expected behavior which always obfuscates `ty...
CVE-2023-33194
PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Craft is a CMS for creating custom digital experiences on the web.The platform does not filter input and encode output in Quick Post validation error message, which can deliver an XSS payload. Old CVE fixed the XSS in label HTML but didn’t fix it when clicking save. This issue was...
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PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
GDSDB infinite loop in Wireshark 4.0.0 to 4.0.5 and 3.6.0 to 3.6.13 allows denial of service via packet injection or crafted capture file