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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in March 2021
Advice From Security Experts: How to Approach Security in the New Normal
Commentary  |  3/31/2021  | 
Here are the biggest lessons they've learned after a year of work from home, and how they advise their counterparts at organizations to proceed as a result of those lessons.
3 Ways Vendors Can Inspire Customer Trust Amid Breaches
Commentary  |  3/31/2021  | 
As customers rely more on cloud storage and remote workforces, the probability of a breach increases.
Watch Out for These Cyber-Risks
Commentary  |  3/30/2021  | 
It's difficult to predict what will materialize in the months ahead in terms of cyber-risks, which is why it's wise to review your organization's security posture now.
Ghost Users Haunt Healthcare Firms
Quick Hits  |  3/30/2021  | 
Data security hygiene severely lacking among healthcare firms, new research shows.
Beyond MITRE ATT&CK: The Case for a New Cyber Kill Chain
Commentary  |  3/30/2021  | 
The Cyber Kill Chain and MITRE ATT&CK are popular reference frameworks to analyze breaches, but amid the rise of XDR, we may need a new one.
In the Rush to Embrace Hybrid Cloud, Don't Forget About Security
Commentary  |  3/30/2021  | 
Cloud service providers typically only secure the infrastructure itself, while customers are responsible for their data and application security.
Security Operations in the World We Live in Now
Commentary  |  3/25/2021  | 
Despite the challenges of remote work, security operations teams can position themselves well for the future.
How Personally Identifiable Information Can Put Your Company at Risk
Commentary  |  3/25/2021  | 
By being more mindful of how and where they share PII, employees will deprive cybercriminals of their most useful tool.
How to Protect Our Critical Infrastructure From Attack
News  |  3/24/2021  | 
Just how worried should we be about a cyber or physical attack on national infrastructure? Chris Price reports on how the pandemic, the growth of remote working, and IoT are putting assets at risk.
Data Protection Is a Group Effort
Commentary  |  3/23/2021  | 
When every employee is well-versed in customer data privacy principles, the DPO knows the enterprise's sensitive data is in good hands.
Researchers Discover Two Dozen Malicious Chrome Extensions
News  |  3/22/2021  | 
Extensions are being used to serve up unwanted adds, steal data, and divert users to malicious sites, Cato Networks says.
On the Road to Good Cloud Security: Are We There Yet?
Commentary  |  3/22/2021  | 
Misconfigured infrastructure is IT pros' top cloud security concern, but they're conflicted on how to address it in practice.
Beware the Package Typosquatting Supply Chain Attack
Commentary  |  3/18/2021  | 
Attackers are mimicking the names of existing packages on public registries in hopes that users or developers will accidentally download these malicious packages instead of legitimate ones.
What CISOs Can Learn From Big Breaches: Focus on the Root Causes
Commentary  |  3/18/2021  | 
Address these six technical root causes of breaches in order to keep your company safer.
COVID, Healthcare Data & the Dark Web: A Toxic Stew
Commentary  |  3/17/2021  | 
The growing treasure trove of healthcare data is proving irresistible -- and profitable -- to bad actors.
7 Tips to Secure the Enterprise Against Tax Scams
Slideshows  |  3/17/2021  | 
Tax season is yet another opportunity for fraudsters to target your company. Here's how to keep everyone in the organization on their toes.
Can a Programming Language Reduce Vulnerabilities?
News  |  3/12/2021  | 
Rust offers a safer programming language, but adoption is still a problem despite recent signs of increasing popularity.
5 Steps for Investigating Phishing Attacks
Commentary  |  3/11/2021  | 
Phishing is a common and effective cybercrime tool, but even the most sophisticated threat actors make mistakes that you can leverage in your investigations.
Hiding in Plain Sight: Protecting Enterprises from the 'New' Shadow IT
Commentary  |  3/10/2021  | 
Three steps to fight this increasingly vexing problem.
Why Data Privacy Should Be on President Biden's Agenda for His First 100 Days
Commentary  |  3/8/2021  | 
The new administration is in an excellent position to make significant progress on data privacy -- not just because it's needed, but also because it's time.
Intel: More Than 90% of Our Vulnerabilities Found via Research
News  |  3/3/2021  | 
Internal research and external bug-bounty programs combined to discover the vast majority of reported security issues in the company's software.
How SolarWinds Busted Up Our Assumptions About Code Signing
Commentary  |  3/3/2021  | 
With so much automation in code writing process, results are rarely double-checked, which opens the door to vulnerabilities and downright danger.
4 Ways Health Centers Can Stop the Spread of Cyberattacks
Commentary  |  3/2/2021  | 
Health centers must shift the perception of cyberattacks from potential risk to real threat in order to take the first step toward a safer, healthier security posture.
Why Cloud Security Risks Have Shifted to Identities and Entitlements
Commentary  |  3/2/2021  | 
Traditional security tools focus on the network perimeter, leaving user and service accounts vulnerable to hackers.


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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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CVE-2022-31600
PUBLISHED: 2022-07-04
NVIDIA DGX A100 contains a vulnerability in SBIOS in the SmmCore, where a user with high privileges can chain another vulnerability to this vulnerability, causing an integer overflow, possibly leading to code execution, escalation of privileges, denial of service, compromised integrity, and informat...
CVE-2022-31601
PUBLISHED: 2022-07-04
NVIDIA DGX A100 contains a vulnerability in SBIOS in the SmbiosPei, which may allow a highly privileged local attacker to cause an out-of-bounds write, which may lead to code execution, denial of service, compromised integrity, and information disclosure.
CVE-2022-31602
PUBLISHED: 2022-07-04
NVIDIA DGX A100 contains a vulnerability in SBIOS in the IpSecDxe, where a user with elevated privileges and a preconditioned heap can exploit an out-of-bounds write vulnerability, which may lead to code execution, denial of service, data integrity impact, and information disclosure.
CVE-2022-31603
PUBLISHED: 2022-07-04
NVIDIA DGX A100 contains a vulnerability in SBIOS in the IpSecDxe, where a user with high privileges and preconditioned IpSecDxe global data can exploit improper validation of an array index to cause code execution, which may lead to denial of service, data integrity impact, and information disclosu...
CVE-2022-31599
PUBLISHED: 2022-07-04
NVIDIA DGX A100 contains a vulnerability in SBIOS in the Ofbd, where a local user with elevated privileges can cause access to an uninitialized pointer, which may lead to code execution, escalation of privileges, denial of service, and information disclosure. The scope of impact can extend to other ...