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TLS 1.3: A Good News/Bad News Scenario
Paula Musich, Research Director, Enterprise Management AssociatesCommentary
Stronger encryption standards are improving the privacy of data in motion, but enterprises will need to adapt their security architectures to maintain visibility into network traffic.
By Paula Musich Research Director, Enterprise Management Associates, 3/20/2019
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Stealing Corporate Funds Still Top Goal of Messaging Attacks
Robert Lemos, Technology Journalist/Data ResearcherNews
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.
By Robert Lemos , 3/19/2019
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Shifting Attacks Put Increasing ID Fraud Burden on Consumers
Robert Lemos, Technology Journalist/Data ResearcherNews
Card-present fraud is down, but attackers continue to find new strategies, and consumers are paying the price.
By Robert Lemos , 3/8/2019
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Debunking 5 Myths About Zero Trust Security
Torsten George, Cybersecurity Evangelist at CentrifyCommentary
Rather than "trust but verify," a zero trust model assumes that attackers will inevitably get in if they aren't already. However, several misconceptions are impeding its adoption.
By Torsten George Cybersecurity Evangelist at Centrify, 3/7/2019
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4 Ways At-Work Apps Are Vulnerable to Attack
Yoram Salinger, CEO of Perception PointCommentary
Collaboration applications make users and IT teams more efficient. But they come with an added cost: security.
By Yoram Salinger CEO of Perception Point, 3/7/2019
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Startup Armor Scientific Launches Multifactor Identity System
Robert Lemos, Technology Journalist/Data ResearcherNews
Company aims to replace usernames and passwords by combining GPS location, biometrics, and keys issued through a blockchain-based network.
By Robert Lemos Technology Journalist/Data Researcher, 3/4/2019
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The Anatomy of a Lazy Phish
Jordan Shakhsheer, Information Security Engineer, Bluestone AnalyticsCommentary
A security engineer breaks down how easy it is for unskilled attackers to trick an unsuspecting user to submit credentials to a phishing site.
By Jordan Shakhsheer Information Security Engineer, Bluestone Analytics, 2/20/2019
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Privacy Ops: The New Nexus for CISOs & DPOs
Amit Ashbel, Security Evangelist, CognigoCommentary
No longer can privacy be an isolated function managed by legal or compliance departments with little or no connection to the organization's underlying security technology.
By Amit Ashbel Security Evangelist, Cognigo, 2/18/2019
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A Dog's Life: Dark Reading Caption Contest Winners
Marilyn Cohodas, Managing Editor, Dark ReadingCommentary
What do a telephony protocol, butt-sniffing, and multifactor authentication have in common? A John Klossner cartoon! And the winners are ...
By Marilyn Cohodas Managing Editor, Dark Reading, 2/8/2019
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New Chrome Extension Takes Aim at Password Security
Steve Zurier, Freelance WriterNews
Google adds 'Password Checkup' feature that alerts users if their online credentials have been compromised.
By Steve Zurier Freelance Writer, 2/6/2019
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8 Cybersecurity Myths Debunked
Brian Engle, Chief Information Security Officer, CyberDefensesCommentary
The last thing any business needs is a swarm of myths and misunderstandings seeding common and frequent errors organizations of all sizes make in safeguarding data and infrastructure.
By Brian Engle Chief Information Security Officer, CyberDefenses, 1/31/2019
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Why Privacy Is Hard Work
J. Trevor Hughes, President & CEO, IAPPCommentary
For Data Privacy Day, let's commit to a culture of privacy by design, nurtured by a knowledgeable team that can execute an effective operational compliance program.
By J. Trevor Hughes President & CEO, IAPP, 1/28/2019
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Credential Compromises by the Numbers
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading
Recent statistics show just how much credential stealing has become a staple in the attacker playbook.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 1/25/2019
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Online Fraud: Now a Major Application Layer Security Problem
Ting-Fang Yen, Research Scientist, DataVisor, Inc.Commentary
The explosion of consumer-facing online services and applications is making it easier and cheaper for cybercriminals to host malicious content and launch attacks.
By Ting-Fang Yen Research Scientist, DataVisor, Inc., 1/15/2019
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Advanced Phishing Scenarios You Will Most Likely Encounter This Year
Eyal Benishti, CEO & Founder of IRONSCALESCommentary
In 2019, there will be no end in sight to email-driven cybercrime such as business email compromise, spearphishing, and ransomware.
By Eyal Benishti CEO & Founder of IRONSCALES, 1/14/2019
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Election Security Isn't as Bad as People Think
Suzanne Spaulding, Former DHS Under Secretary and Nozomi Networks AdviserCommentary
Make no mistake, however: We'll always have to be on guard. And we can take some lessons from the world of industrial cybersecurity.
By Suzanne Spaulding Former DHS Under Secretary and Nozomi Networks Adviser, 1/10/2019
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25 Years Later: Looking Back at the First Great (Cyber) Bank Heist
Zia Hayat, CEO, CallsignCommentary
The Citibank hack in 1994 marked a turning point for banking -- and cybercrime -- as we know it. What can we learn from looking back at the past 25 years?
By Zia Hayat CEO, Callsign, 1/2/2019
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Start Preparing Now for the Post-Quantum Future
Tim Hollebeek, Industry and Standards Technical Strategist at DigiCertCommentary
Quantum computing will break most of the encryption schemes on which we rely today. These five tips will help you get ready.
By Tim Hollebeek Industry and Standards Technical Strategist at DigiCert, 12/28/2018
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Spending Spree: What's on Security Investors' Minds for 2019
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Cybersecurity threats, technology, and investment trends that are poised to dictate venture capital funding in 2019.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 12/26/2018
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Shhhhh! The Secret to Secrets Management
Mark B. Cooper, President and Founder, PKI SolutionsCommentary
Companies need to take a centralized approach to protecting confidential data and assets. Here are 12 ways to get a handle on the problem.
By Mark B. Cooper President and Founder, PKI Solutions, 12/17/2018
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CVE-2019-7715
PUBLISHED: 2019-03-26
An issue was discovered in the Interpeak IPCOMShell TELNET server on Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS 5.0.4. The main shell handler function uses the value of the environment variable ipcom.shell.greeting as the first argument to printf(). Setting this variable using the sysvar command results in a user-c...
CVE-2019-8981
PUBLISHED: 2019-03-26
tls1.c in Cameron Hamilton-Rich axTLS before 2.1.5 has a Buffer Overflow via a crafted sequence of TLS packets because the need_bytes value is mismanaged.
CVE-2019-10061
PUBLISHED: 2019-03-26
utils/find-opencv.js in node-opencv (aka OpenCV bindings for Node.js) prior to 6.1.0 is vulnerable to Command Injection. It does not validate user input allowing attackers to execute arbitrary commands.
CVE-2019-7711
PUBLISHED: 2019-03-26
An issue was discovered in the Interpeak IPCOMShell TELNET server on Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS 5.0.4. The undocumented shell command "prompt" sets the (user controlled) shell's prompt value, which is used as a format string input to printf, resulting in an information leak of memory addre...
CVE-2019-7712
PUBLISHED: 2019-03-26
An issue was discovered in handler_ipcom_shell_pwd in the Interpeak IPCOMShell TELNET server on Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS 5.0.4. When using the pwd command, the current working directory path is used as the first argument to printf() without a proper check. An attacker may thus forge a path contain...