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Apple Pledges Privacy, Beefs Up Security
Robert Lemos, Contributing WriterNews
The company hits back at the data economy and fellow tech giants Facebook and Google by announcing its own single sign-on service. A host of other iterative security improvements are on their way as well.
By Robert Lemos Contributing Writer, 6/12/2019
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FirstAm Leak Highlights Importance of Verifying the Basics
Robert Lemos, Contributing WriterNews
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.
By Robert Lemos Contributing Writer, 5/28/2019
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8 Ways to Authenticate Without Passwords
Steve Zurier, Contributing Writer
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.
By Steve Zurier Contributing Writer, 5/28/2019
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Introducing the Digital Transformation Architect
Jordan Blake, VP of Products at BehavioSecCommentary
Bet-the-company transformation that expands the attack surface requires close alignment and leadership across executive, IT and security teams.
By Jordan Blake VP of Products at BehavioSec, 5/15/2019
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78% of Consumers Say Online Companies Must Protect Their Info
Steve Zurier, Contributing WriterNews
Yet 68% agree they also must do more to protect their own information.
By Steve Zurier Contributing Writer, 5/13/2019
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The Big E-Crime Pivot
Adam Meyers, VP of Intelligence, CrowdStrikeCommentary
Criminals have begun to recognize that enterprise ransomware offers tremendous financial advantage over the more traditional tactics of wire fraud and account takeover.
By Adam Meyers VP of Intelligence, CrowdStrike, 5/7/2019
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Why Are We Still Celebrating World Password Day?
Steve Zurier, Contributing WriterNews
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?
By Steve Zurier Contributing Writer, 5/2/2019
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World Password Day or Groundhog Day?
Stephen Cox, VP & CSA, SecureAuthCommentary
Despite decades trying to fortify our passwords with bolt-on solutions, attackers have always found ways to defeat them. Here are four reasons why.
By Stephen Cox VP & CSA, SecureAuth, 5/2/2019
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California Consumer Privacy Act: 4 Compliance Best Practices
Chris Babel, CEO, TrustArcCommentary
Companies that get ahead of the January 2020 data privacy deadline can minimize the risk of sanctions and also gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
By Chris Babel CEO, TrustArc, 4/30/2019
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A Rear-View Look at GDPR: Compliance Has No Brakes
Daniel Barber, CEO & Co-founder, DataGrailCommentary
With a year of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation under our belt, what have we learned?
By Daniel Barber CEO & Co-founder, DataGrail, 4/29/2019
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Will the US Adopt a National Privacy Law?
Seth P.  Berman, Partner, NutterCommentary
Probably not before the 2020 election. But keep an eye on this Congress as legislators debate how to define personal data and what limits to place on how companies use it.
By Seth P. Berman Partner, Nutter, 4/23/2019
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4 Tips to Protect Your Business Against Social Media Mistakes
Guy Bunker, CTO of ClearswiftCommentary
Don't let social media become the go-to platform for cybercriminals looking to steal sensitive corporate information or cause huge reputational damage.
By Guy Bunker CTO of Clearswift, 4/22/2019
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In Security, All Logs Are Not Created Equal
Joe Partlow, Chief Technology Officer, ReliaQuestCommentary
Prioritizing key log sources goes a long way toward effective incident response.
By Joe Partlow Chief Technology Officer, ReliaQuest, 4/11/2019
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Credential-Stuffing Attacks Behind 30 Billion Login Attempts in 2018
Robert Lemos, Contributing WriterNews
Using e-mail addresses and passwords from compromised sites, attackers most often targeted retail sites, video-streaming services, and entertainment companies, according to Akamai.
By Robert Lemos , 4/8/2019
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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, Contributing WriterNews
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, Contributing WriterNews
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, Contributing WriterNews
Company aims to replace usernames and passwords by combining GPS location, biometrics, and keys issued through a blockchain-based network.
By Robert Lemos Contributing Writer, 3/4/2019
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CVE-2019-12865
PUBLISHED: 2019-06-17
In radare2 through 3.5.1, cmd_mount in libr/core/cmd_mount.c has a double free for the ms command.
CVE-2017-10720
PUBLISHED: 2019-06-17
Recently it was discovered as a part of the research on IoT devices in the most recent firmware for Shekar Endoscope that the desktop application used to connect to the device suffers from a stack overflow if more than 26 characters are passed to it as the Wi-Fi name. This application is installed o...
CVE-2017-10721
PUBLISHED: 2019-06-17
Recently it was discovered as a part of the research on IoT devices in the most recent firmware for Shekar Endoscope that the device has Telnet functionality enabled by default. This device acts as an Endoscope camera that allows its users to use it in various industrial systems and settings, car ga...
CVE-2017-10722
PUBLISHED: 2019-06-17
Recently it was discovered as a part of the research on IoT devices in the most recent firmware for Shekar Endoscope that the desktop application used to connect to the device suffers from a stack overflow if more than 26 characters are passed to it as the Wi-Fi password. This application is install...
CVE-2017-10723
PUBLISHED: 2019-06-17
Recently it was discovered as a part of the research on IoT devices in the most recent firmware for Shekar Endoscope that an attacker connected to the device Wi-Fi SSID can exploit a memory corruption issue and execute remote code on the device. This device acts as an Endoscope camera that allows it...