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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in May 2019
Focusing on Endpoints: 5 Steps to Fight Cybercrime
Commentary  |  5/31/2019  | 
Follow these best practices to strengthen endpoint management strategies and protect company data.
The Ransomware Dilemma: What if Your Local Government Is Next?
Commentary  |  5/30/2019  | 
Baltimore has so far refused to comply with a ransom demand. It's being forced to make a decision all such victims face: to act morally or practically.
Don't Just Tune Your SIEM, Retune It
Commentary  |  5/29/2019  | 
Your SIEM isn't a set-it-and-forget-it proposition. It's time for a spring cleaning.
FirstAm Leak Highlights Importance of Verifying the Basics
News  |  5/28/2019  | 
The Fortune 500 giant in the real estate industry missed a basic vulnerability in its website, leaving as many as 885 million sensitive records accessible to attackers. The fix: teaching developers the top 10 security issues and frequent testing.
8 Ways to Authenticate Without Passwords
Slideshows  |  5/28/2019  | 
Passwordless authentication has a shot at becoming more ubiquitous in the next few years. We take a look at where things stand at the moment.
'Cattle, Not Pets' & the Rise of Security-as-Code
Commentary  |  5/28/2019  | 
Nearly a decade in, the famous analogy has underpinned a sea change in enterprise IT, but still falls short of the security mark. More recent developments can help.
How Security Vendors Can Address the Cybersecurity Talent Shortage
Commentary  |  5/24/2019  | 
The talent gap is too large for any one sector, and cybersecurity vendors have a big role to play in helping to close it.
Satan Ransomware Adds More Evil Tricks
News  |  5/21/2019  | 
The latest changes to the Satan ransomware framework demonstrate attackers are changing their operations while targeting victims more carefully.
To Narrow the Cyber Skills Gap with Attackers, Cut the Red Tape
Commentary  |  5/21/2019  | 
Attackers are getting further ahead, and entrenched corporate rules shoulder much of the blame.
Old Threats Are New Again
Commentary  |  5/21/2019  | 
They may look familiar to you, and that isn't a coincidence. New threats are often just small twists on old ones.
Financial Sector Under Siege
Commentary  |  5/20/2019  | 
The old take-the-money-and-run approach has been replaced by siege tactics such as DDOS attacks and land-and-expand campaigns with multiple points of persistence and increased dwell time.
Killer SecOps Skills: Soft Is the New Hard
Commentary  |  5/20/2019  | 
The sooner we give mindsets and tool sets equal bearing, the better. We must put SOC team members through rigorous training for emergency situations.
A Trustworthy Digital Foundation Is Essential to Digital Government
Commentary  |  5/17/2019  | 
Agencies must take steps to ensure that citizens trust in the security of government's digital channels.
The Data Problem in Security
Commentary  |  5/16/2019  | 
CISOs must consider reputation, resiliency, and regulatory impact to establish their organization's guidelines around what data matters most.
Introducing the Digital Transformation Architect
Commentary  |  5/15/2019  | 
Bet-the-company transformation that expands the attack surface requires close alignment and leadership across executive, IT and security teams.
Windows 10 Migration: Getting It Right
Commentary  |  5/15/2019  | 
The transition to Windows 10 doesn't need to be a sprint. Organizations can still take advantage of the security in Windows 7 while gaining added management flexibility from the newer OS.
Commercial Spyware Uses WhatsApp Flaw to Infect Phones
News  |  5/14/2019  | 
A single flaw allowed attackers thought to be linked to a government to target human rights workers and install surveillance software by sending a phone request. The victims did not even have to answer.
Effective Pen Tests Follow These 7 Steps
Slideshows  |  5/14/2019  | 
Third-party pen tests are part of every comprehensive security plan. Here's how to get the most from this mandatory investment.
How We Collectively Can Improve Cyber Resilience
Commentary  |  5/10/2019  | 
Three steps you can take, based on Department of Homeland Security priorities.
How to Close the Critical Cybersecurity Talent Gap
Commentary  |  5/9/2019  | 
If we don't change our ways, the gap will keep getting worse. Outside-the-box thinking and new techniques are required, and here are a few ways to get started.
Fighting Back Against Tech-Savvy Fraudsters
Commentary  |  5/9/2019  | 
Staying a step ahead requires moving beyond the security techniques of the past.
FBI: Cybercrime Losses Doubled in 2018
Commentary  |  5/8/2019  | 
The world has embraced digital technology, but cybercrime is putting a serious dent in corporate finances, the FBI finds.
The Big E-Crime Pivot
Commentary  |  5/7/2019  | 
Criminals have begun to recognize that enterprise ransomware offers tremendous financial advantage over the more traditional tactics of wire fraud and account takeover.
Better Behavior, Better Biometrics?
Commentary  |  5/7/2019  | 
Behavioral biometrics is a building block to be used in conjunction with other security measures, but it shows promise.
Attackers Add a New Spin to Old Scams
News  |  5/6/2019  | 
Scammers are figuring out unique ways of abusing cloud services to make their attacks look more genuine, Netskope says.
Trust the Stack, Not the People
Commentary  |  5/6/2019  | 
A completely trusted stack lets the enterprise be confident that apps and data are treated and protected wherever they are.
Open Security Tests Gain Momentum With More Lab Partners
News  |  5/3/2019  | 
NetSecOPEN, a group of next-generation firewall vendors, has added the first university-based testing facility in its effort to move toward more open security testing.
Security Depends on Careful Design
Commentary  |  5/2/2019  | 
Deploying focused edge protection on-site extends security beyond the network level to shield millions of previously exposed devices, apps, and control systems.
Why Are We Still Celebrating World Password Day?
News  |  5/2/2019  | 
Calls to eliminate the password abound on this World Password Day and the technology to change is ready. So why can't we get off our password habit?
Staffing the Software Security Team: Who You Gonna Call?
Commentary  |  5/1/2019  | 
Recruiting developers and testers from the product group is a great way to build a top-notch application security team. Here's why.
Digital Transformation Exposes Operational Technology & Critical Infrastructure
Commentary  |  5/1/2019  | 
The convergence of OT and IP-based IT networks makes society more vulnerable, requiring CISOs to rethink defense.


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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-2021-37436
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-24
Amazon Echo Dot devices through 2021-07-02 sometimes allow attackers, who have physical access to a device after a factory reset, to obtain sensitive information via a series of complex hardware and software attacks. NOTE: reportedly, there were vendor marketing statements about safely removing pers...
CVE-2021-32686
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-23
PJSIP is a free and open source multimedia communication library written in C language implementing standard based protocols such as SIP, SDP, RTP, STUN, TURN, and ICE. In PJSIP before version 2.11.1, there are a couple of issues found in the SSL socket. First, a race condition between callback and ...
CVE-2021-32783
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-23
Contour is a Kubernetes ingress controller using Envoy proxy. In Contour before version 1.17.1 a specially crafted ExternalName type Service may be used to access Envoy's admin interface, which Contour normally prevents from access outside the Envoy container. This can be used to shut down Envoy rem...
CVE-2021-3169
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-23
An issue in Jumpserver 2.6.2 and below allows attackers to create a connection token through an API which does not have access control and use it to access sensitive assets.
CVE-2020-20741
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-23
Incorrect Access Control in Beckhoff Automation GmbH & Co. KG CX9020 with firmware version CX9020_CB3011_WEC7_HPS_v602_TC31_B4016.6 allows remote attackers to bypass authentication via the "CE Remote Display Tool" as it does not close the incoming connection on the Windows CE side if t...