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Defining Security: The Difference Between Safety & Privacy
Last Message: 6/30/2017
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Data Visualization: Keeping an Eye on Security
Last Message: 6/30/2017
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Unsanctioned Computer Support Costs Companies $88K per Year
Last Message: 6/30/2017
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$71 Million Restitution Owed for Hacking, Fraud Scheme
Last Message: 6/29/2017
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Researchers Find 'Vaccine' for Global Ransomware Attack
Last Message: 6/28/2017
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Cloud Security Lessons from the RNC Leak
Last Message: 6/27/2017
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RAT Vulnerabilities Turn Hackers into Victims
Last Message: 6/27/2017
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$12B in Fraud Loss Came from Data Breach Victims in 2016
Last Message: 6/27/2017
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Recovering from Bad Decisions in the Cloud
Last Message: 6/27/2017
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Breach of Homeland Security Background Checks Raises Red Flags
Last Message: 6/27/2017
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Cyber Security Needs Its Ralph Nader
Last Message: 6/26/2017
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Data Breach Costs Drop Globally But Increase in US
Last Message: 6/26/2017
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Why Identity Has Become A Top Concern For CSOs
Last Message: 6/25/2017
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Most General Counsels Fret over Data Security
Last Message: 6/25/2017
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Hyundai Blue Link Vulnerability Allows Remote Start of Cars
Last Message: 6/24/2017
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Cybersecurity Fact vs. Fiction
Last Message: 6/24/2017
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The Folly of Vulnerability & Patch Management for ICS Networks
Last Message: 6/23/2017
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Cyber Insurance: Read the Fine Print!
Last Message: 6/20/2017
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Yahoo CEO Punished for Data Breaches
Last Message: 6/20/2017
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Security in the Cloud: Pitfalls and Potential of CASB Systems
Last Message: 6/16/2017
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NSA Reportedly Confident North Korea Was Behind WannaCry
Last Message: 6/16/2017
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By the Numbers: Parsing the Cybersecurity Challenge
Last Message: 6/16/2017
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Sensitive DoD Data Discovered on Unprotected Server
Last Message: 6/16/2017
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The Sorry State Of Cybersecurity Awareness Training
Last Message: 6/14/2017
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Cybersecurity Faces 1.8 Million Worker Shortfall By 2022
Last Message: 6/14/2017
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Businesses Spend 1,156 Hours Per Week on Endpoint Security
Last Message: 6/13/2017
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New Malware-as-a-Service Offerings Target Mac OS X
Last Message: 6/13/2017
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Why Compromised Identities Are ITs Fault
Last Message: 6/13/2017
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Child Exploitation & Assassins For Hire On The Deep Web
Last Message: 6/12/2017
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Majority of DDoS Attacks are Short, Low-Volume Bursts
Last Message: 6/12/2017
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How End-User Devices Get Hacked: 8 Easy Ways
Last Message: 6/12/2017
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FTC Issues Advice on Mobile Phone Data Security, Identity Theft
Last Message: 6/12/2017
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Security Orchestration Fine-Tunes the Incident Response Process
Last Message: 6/12/2017
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7 Hot Security Terms (and Buzzwords) to Know
Last Message: 6/12/2017
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New Attack Method Delivers Malware Via Mouse Hover
Last Message: 6/10/2017
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Solving IPTV's Security Problem
Last Message: 6/9/2017
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From Reporter to Private Investigator to Security Engineer
Last Message: 6/9/2017
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Police Bust $200 Million Data Theft Ring
Last Message: 6/9/2017
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Your Information Isn't Being Hacked, It's Being Neglected
Last Message: 6/9/2017
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Interpol Analyzes Global Response to WannaCry Attack
Last Message: 6/8/2017
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Advice for Windows Migrations: Automate as Much as Possible
Last Message: 6/7/2017
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This affects all versions of package html-to-csv. When there is a formula embedded in a HTML page, it gets accepted without any validation and the same would be pushed while converting it into a CSV file. Through this a malicious actor can embed or generate a malicious link or execute commands via C...
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@joeattardi/emoji-button is a Vanilla JavaScript emoji picker component. In affected versions there are two vectors for XSS attacks: a URL for a custom emoji, and an i18n string. In both of these cases, a value can be crafted such that it can insert a `script` tag into the page and execute malicious...