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Cloud Misconceptions Are Pervasive Across Enterprises
Paul Martini, The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of ibossCommentary
Shadow IT is rampant at many organizations that rely upon cloud-delivered tools and services to enable remote work, according to a new study. Here's what security teams need to do about it.
By Paul Martini The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss, 4/25/2018
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How to Leverage Artificial Intelligence for Cybersecurity
Joe Cosmano, Senior Vice President of Engineering Services, ibossCommentary
AI and predictive analytics should be used to augment a companys security team, not replace it. Here's why.
By Joe Cosmano Senior Vice President of Engineering Services, iboss, 4/18/2018
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Avoiding the Ransomware Mistakes that Crippled Atlanta
Chris Park, Chris Park, CIO, ibossCommentary
What made Atlanta an easy target was its outdated use of technology: old computers running on non-supported platforms, which are also a characteristic of many municipalities and most major cities.
By Chris Park Chris Park, CIO, iboss, 4/11/2018
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Securing Retail Networks for an Omnichannel Future
Peter Martini, President and Co-FounderCommentary
Retailers who haphazardly move to digital from a brick-and-mortar environment can leave their businesses open to significant cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Here's how to avoid the pitfalls.
By Peter Martini President and Co-Founder, 4/4/2018
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Getting Ahead of Internet of Things Security in the Enterprise
Simon Eappariello, Senior VP Product & Engineering, EMEIA, ibossCommentary
In anticipation of an IoT-centric future, CISOs must be rigorous in shoring up defenses that provide real-time insights across all network access points.
By Simon Eappariello Senior VP Product & Engineering, EMEIA, iboss, 3/28/2018
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Cybersecurity Spring Cleaning: 3 Must-Dos for 2018
Paul Martini, The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of ibossCommentary
Why 'Spectre' and 'Meltdown,' GDPR, and the Internet of Things are three areas security teams should declutter and prioritize in the coming months.
By Paul Martini The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss, 3/21/2018
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How to Interpret the SECs Latest Guidance on Data Breach Disclosure
Peter Martini, President and Co-FounderCommentary
Forward-looking organizations should view this as an opportunity to reevaluate their cybersecurity posture and install best practices that should have already been in place.
By Peter Martini President and Co-Founder, 3/14/2018
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Virtual Private Networks: Why Their Days Are Numbered
Chris Park, Chris Park, CIO, ibossCommentary
As companies move to the cloud and depend less on physical servers and network connections, their reliance on VPNs for security will eventually evolve, if not disappear altogether.
By Chris Park Chris Park, CIO, iboss, 2/28/2018
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Getting Started with IoT Security in Healthcare
Chris Park, Chris Park, CIO, ibossCommentary
Theres a hazard that comes with introducing any new element into patient care whether it's a new drug or a connected device. These four steps will help keep patients safe.
By Chris Park Chris Park, CIO, iboss, 2/21/2018
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The GDPR Clock Is Running Out. Now What?
Simon Eappariello, Senior VP Product & Engineering, EMEIA, ibossCommentary
Many organizations impacted by new European Union data privacy rules that go into effect May 25 are still blind to some of the basics.
By Simon Eappariello Senior VP Product & Engineering, EMEIA, iboss, 2/14/2018
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Top Cloud Security Misconceptions Plaguing Enterprises
Paul Martini, The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of ibossCommentary
Contrary to popular opinion, there is no one single cloud. There are a wealth of cloud-based providers that own dedicated server space across the globe. Heres how to find the best fit for your company.
By Paul Martini The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss, 2/7/2018
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Data Encryption: 4 Common Pitfalls
Joe Cosmano, Senior Vice President of Engineering Services, ibossCommentary
To maximize encryption effectiveness you must minimize adverse effects in network performance and complexity. Here's how.
By Joe Cosmano Senior Vice President of Engineering Services, iboss, 1/31/2018
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Selling Cloud-Based Cybersecurity to a Skeptic
Paul Martini, The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of ibossCommentary
When it comes to security, organizations dont need to look at cloud as an either/or proposition. But there are misconceptions that need to be addressed.
By Paul Martini The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss, 1/26/2018
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Applying Defense-in-Depth to the Digital Battlefield
Chris Park, Chris Park, CIO, ibossCommentary
How a layered security strategy can minimize the threat and impact of a data breach.
By Chris Park Chris Park, CIO, iboss, 1/18/2018
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Top 3 Pitfalls of Securing the Decentralized Enterprise
Paul Martini, The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of ibossCommentary
Doubling down on outdated security practices while the number of users leveraging your enterprise network grows is a race to the bottom for businesses moving to distributed workflows.
By Paul Martini The CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss, 1/16/2018
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CVE-2020-26120
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-27
XSS exists in the MobileFrontend extension for MediaWiki before 1.34.4 because section.line is mishandled during regex section line replacement from PageGateway. Using crafted HTML, an attacker can elicit an XSS attack via jQuery's parseHTML method, which can cause image callbacks to fire even witho...
CVE-2020-26121
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-27
An issue was discovered in the FileImporter extension for MediaWiki before 1.34.4. An attacker can import a file even when the target page is protected against "page creation" and the attacker should not be able to create it. This occurs because of a mishandled distinction between an uploa...
CVE-2020-25812
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-27
An issue was discovered in MediaWiki 1.34.x before 1.34.4. On Special:Contributions, the NS filter uses unescaped messages as keys in the option key for an HTMLForm specifier. This is vulnerable to a mild XSS if one of those messages is changed to include raw HTML.
CVE-2020-25813
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-27
In MediaWiki before 1.31.10 and 1.32.x through 1.34.x before 1.34.4, Special:UserRights exposes the existence of hidden users.
CVE-2020-25814
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-27
In MediaWiki before 1.31.10 and 1.32.x through 1.34.x before 1.34.4, XSS related to jQuery can occur. The attacker creates a message with [javascript:payload xss] and turns it into a jQuery object with mw.message().parse(). The expected result is that the jQuery object does not contain an <a> ...