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Deep Instinct Touts Predictive Aspects of Deep Learning
Deep Instinct Touts Predictive Aspects of Deep Learning
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/7/2019  | 
Deep learning, as a subset of machine learning (which is itself a subset of artificial intelligence), can help transform a companys security posture, says Deep Instincts Guy Caspi. Deep learnings predictive capabilities also change the security management equation reactive to proactive, an important breakthrough in forecasting and risk management.
Regular User Awareness Training Still the Best Security Tactic
Regular User Awareness Training Still the Best Security Tactic
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/7/2019  | 
Email continues to be the largest area of exposure for most organizations, and phishing emails lead the charge, according to Stu Sjouwerman, founder and CEO of KnowBe4. And while AI and machine learning can make a difference, these same tools are used by the bad guys, Sjouwerman adds. Regular, monthly trainings help reduce phishing click rates.
Raytheon IIS Seizes the Moment with Cybersecurity as a Service
Raytheon IIS Seizes the Moment with Cybersecurity as a Service
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/7/2019  | 
Tapping the flexibility and reach of the cloud makes good sense for customers, according to Jon Check, senior director, cyber protection solutions for Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services. Cybersecurity as a Service (CYaaS) ensures both data resilience and cyber resilience by integrating analytics and automation features into the mix.
eSentire: Boost Security with Managed Detection & Orchestrated Response
eSentire: Boost Security with Managed Detection & Orchestrated Response
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/7/2019  | 
By integrating endpoint security with network security, end-users can reduce their risk and greatly improve their overall security, says Ashley Fidler of eSentire. For managed detection to deliver an orchestrated response, they must tap a reliable framework for decision-making and management, she adds.
AT&T Cybersecurity Ensures Companies SOAR with Security Strategy
AT&T Cybersecurity Ensures Companies SOAR with Security Strategy
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/7/2019  | 
SOAR, or Security Orchestration, Automation and Response, helps customers ensure the sanctity of their infrastructure, data and end-users, according to Sanjay Ramnath, vice president, product marketing, of AT&T Cybersecurity. Integrating analytics, automation and threat intelligence helps customers eliminate the seams where the bad guys get in.
Code42: Data Loss Protection is the New DLP
Code42: Data Loss Protection is the New DLP
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/7/2019  | 
Data loss protection helps companies get more proactive than data loss prevention and will help customers in an era of Big Data, says Vijay Ramanathan of Code 42. Data loss protection helps with both time to awareness and time to response; its reliance on automation also means greater volumes of data can be managed.
Contrast Security Boosts App Security with Self-Protecting Software
Contrast Security Boosts App Security with Self-Protecting Software
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/6/2019  | 
Vulnerability rates in application software remain as high as they were 15 years ago, according to Jeff Williams, CTO and Co-Founder of Contrast Security. But by injecting intelligent agents into code, app software gets instruments with thousands of smart, agile sensors that detect and correct vulnerabilities before deployment, and protect apps in operation.
Endgame Encourages Users to Balance Detection and Response Vs. Prevention
Endgame Encourages Users to Balance Detection and Response Vs. Prevention
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/6/2019  | 
Not all security data thats publicly shared gets analyzed or vetted, but Forresters recent independent analysis of MITRE ATT&CK evaluation offers up useful insights to infosec pros and can guide their procurement and security strategy, according to Mike Nichols of Endgame. These reports can help with intelligent evaluation of detection and response versus prevention approaches.
Anomali: Integration of Disparate Security Systems is Essential
Anomali: Integration of Disparate Security Systems is Essential
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/6/2019  | 
With a record number of cyber-attacks recorded in 2018 and even more expected this year, integrating multiple security sub-systems is essential for enterprises, says Anomalis Hugh Njemanze. He also encourages companies to operationalize their threat intelligence and to get better at sharing threat intel data.
Gemalto Helps Navigate Security in the Cloud Era
Gemalto Helps Navigate Security in the Cloud Era
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/6/2019  | 
With digital transformation in full swing and Big Data accumulating, end-user organizations have their hands full to manage, store and protect all their data, according to Todd Moore of Gemalto. While end-users have access to cloud-based encryption and other security services, Moore warns that the bad guys have access to them too.
From Silicon to Security: Synopsys Bolsters App Security with New Platform
From Silicon to Security: Synopsys Bolsters App Security with New Platform
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/6/2019  | 
Application security is always important to infosec professionals, and as Ravi Iyer of Synopsys points out, software development trends like Agile, DevOps and CI/CD push app security to the forefront. Polaris, the new software integrity platform from Synopsys, can help with early detection of software vulnerabilities.
Lockpath Advocates Benefits of Continuous Security Management
Lockpath Advocates Benefits of Continuous Security Management
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/6/2019  | 
Risk management and compliance technologies emerge from the intersection of technology, security, and regulation; continuous security management helps professionals from multiple departments and disciplines access the info they need, when they need it, according to Sam Abadir of Lockpath.


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CVE-2019-20399
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-23
A timing vulnerability in the Scalar::check_overflow function in Parity libsecp256k1-rs before 0.3.1 potentially allows an attacker to leak information via a side-channel attack.
CVE-2020-7915
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-22
An issue was discovered on Eaton 5P 850 devices. The Ubicacion SAI field allows XSS attacks by an administrator.
CVE-2019-20391
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-22
An invalid memory access flaw is present in libyang before v1.0-r3 in the function resolve_feature_value() when an if-feature statement is used inside a bit. Applications that use libyang to parse untrusted input yang files may crash.
CVE-2019-20392
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-22
An invalid memory access flaw is present in libyang before v1.0-r1 in the function resolve_feature_value() when an if-feature statement is used inside a list key node, and the feature used is not defined. Applications that use libyang to parse untrusted input yang files may crash.
CVE-2019-20393
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-22
A double-free is present in libyang before v1.0-r1 in the function yyparse() when an empty description is used. Applications that use libyang to parse untrusted input yang files may be vulnerable to this flaw, which would cause a crash or potentially code execution.