Sat.Aug 03, 2019 - Fri.Aug 09, 2019

Debunking the Top 5 Myths about Office 365 Backup & Recovery

Quest Software

Learn about the common misconceptions surrounding Office 365 data protection and the truth behind the myths.( read more ). office 365 backup


Capital One's Breach May Be a Server Side Request Forgery

Data Breach Today

SSRF Appears to Fit Scenario, But Details Are Slim Capital One's enormous data breach is a subject of intense scrutiny as well as fear. A definitive post mortem is likely months away. But security professionals have ideas as to how the breach was achieved and the weaknesses that led to it

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When Perceived Cybersecurity Risk Outweighs Reality

Dark Reading

Teams need to manage perceived risks so they can focus on fighting the real fires

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Who Owns Your Wireless Service? Crooks Do.

Krebs on Security

Incessantly annoying and fraudulent robocalls. Corrupt wireless company employees taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to unlock and hijack mobile phone service. Wireless providers selling real-time customer location data, despite repeated promises to the contrary.

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

WhatsApp flaws allow the attackers to manipulate conversations

Security Affairs

Security experts at CheckPoint discovered a series of vulnerabilities in WhatsApp that could be exploited by attackers to tamper with conversations.

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Hackers Can Break Into an iPhone Just by Sending a Text

WIRED Threat Level

You don't even have to click anything. Security Security / Cyberattacks and Hacks

The Risk of Weak Online Banking Passwords

Krebs on Security

If you bank online and choose weak or re-used passwords, there’s a decent chance your account could be pilfered by cyberthieves — even if your bank offers multi-factor authentication as part of its login process.

Fraudster stole $870,000 from 2 US universities with spear-phishing mails

Security Affairs

A crook involved in a spear phishing scheme and that was in Kenya is facing up to 20 years in the US federal prison for stealing thousands of dollars from US universities.

Democratic Campaign Group Left 6 Million Emails Exposed

Data Breach Today

UpGuard Finds Misconfigured Amazon S3 Bucket Left Addresses Exposed Security firm UpGuard found that a misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket belonging to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee left the email addresses of more than 6 million U.S. citizens exposed to the internet.

Future-Proofing Your Information Governance Strategy

Speaker: Crystal Cao, Lindsey Simon & Lisa Ripley

Join Onna and experts from Quip, Airbnb, and Oracle for this live webinar as they dive into proactive data deletion policies, retention strategies, and legal hold practices that are essential to a modern enterprise information governance strategy.

Yes, FaceApp Really Could Be Sending Your Data to Russia

Dark Reading

FaceApp has an unprecedented level of access to data from 150 million users. What could its endgame be? We unpack three potential risks

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iNSYNQ Ransom Attack Began With Phishing Email

Krebs on Security

A ransomware outbreak that hit QuickBooks cloud hosting firm iNSYNQ in mid-July appears to have started with an email phishing attack that snared an employee working in sales for the company, KrebsOnSecurity has learned.

DRAGONBLOOD flaws allow hacking WPA3 protected WiFi passwords

Security Affairs

Dragonblood researchers found two new weaknesses in WPA3 protocol that could be exploited to hack WPA3 protected WiFi passwords. passwords.

Microsoft: Russia Probes Office Printers, VOIP Phones

Data Breach Today

Points to the Need to Make IoT Devices More Secure Microsoft warned on Monday that Russia-linked attackers are gaining access to corporate networks through poorly configured devices, such as office printers and VOIP phones.

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The North Star Playbook

Every product needs a North Star. In this guide, we will show you the metrics product managers need to tie product improvements to revenue impact. If you are looking for a more-focused, less-reactive way to work, this guide is for you.

Securing DevOps Is About People and Culture

Dark Reading

Preconceived notions and divisions make building security into the software development life cycle an uphill battle for many organizations

Inside the Hidden World of Elevator Phone Phreaking

WIRED Threat Level

Eavesdropping, reprogramming, talking to strangers: Welcome to the harmless and not-so-harmless fun of hacking elevator call boxes. Security Security / Security News

3Fun Dating App leaked members’ location and personal details

Security Affairs

The 3Fun dating mobile app for “curious couples & singles” exposed the location of its members and their personal details. What do you think about the privacy of dating apps?

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Digital Transformation: Security Best Practices

Data Breach Today

RSA's Holly Rollo on the Importance of Third-Party Risk Management Organizations going through a digital transformation need to make sure they develop a sound third-party risk management strategy, says RSA's Holly Rollo, who discusses best practices

B2B Pocket Playbook: End-to-End Guide to Sales Enablement

Sales enablement is the strategic process of providing sales teams with the content, guidance, and mentorship needed to engage targeted buyers. It’s all about equipping sales professionals with the tools they need to put their best-selling foot forward. And if sales teams want to continuously sell better -- and faster -- their sales enablement process must have a game-winning strategy. It's time for you to start selling smarter - and hitting your sales number - with the best B2B database in the market. Get started today.

How Much Data is Created on the Internet Each Day?

Micro Focus

90% of the data on the internet has been created since 2016, according to an IBM Marketing Cloud study. People, businesses, and devices have all become data factories that are pumping out incredible amounts of information to the web each day.

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Significant Vulnerabilities Found in 6 Common Printers Brands

Dark Reading

In a half-year project, two researchers tested six of the top enterprise printer brands and found vulnerabilities in every device, some of which allow remote execution


New strain of Clipsa malware launches brute-force attacks on WordPress sites

Security Affairs

Avast spotted a new strain of Clipsa malware that is used to mine and steal cryptocurrencies along with carrying out brute-force attacks on WordPress sites.

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Mobile-Only Bank Monzo Warns 480,000 Customers to Reset PINs

Data Breach Today

Software Bug Meant Some Numbers Were Stored Unencrypted Monzo, a U.K. mobile-only bank that plans to expand into the U.S.,

Pressure Points: How to Ensure Your B2B Pipeline Passes Inspection

This eBook highlights best practices for developing a pipeline management process that helps sales leaders and their team C.L.O.S.E (you’ll see what we mean in this eBook) more revenue through data-driven prospecting, stage analysis, and subsequent sales enablement.

AT&T Employees Took Bribes to Unlock Smartphones

Schneier on Security

This wasn't a small operation : A Pakistani man bribed AT&T call-center employees to install malware and unauthorized hardware as part of a scheme to fraudulently unlock cell phones, according to the US Department of Justice.

Dark Reading News Desk Live at Black Hat USA 2019

Dark Reading

Watch right here for more than 30 video interviews with speakers and sponsors. Streaming live from Black Hat USA Wednesday and Thursday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern


A Zero-Day in Steam client for Windows affects over 100 Million users

Security Affairs

Two researchers publicly disclosed a zero-day vulnerability that affects the popular Steam game client for Windows, 0ver 100 million users at risk.

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DOJ: Bribed AT&T Workers Planted Malware on Carrier's Network

Data Breach Today

Scheme Involved Unlocking 2 Million Smartphones to Enable Fraud The Justice Department has indicted two men on charges of paying more than $1 million in bribes to AT&T employees who helped plant malware on the carrier's network and access the company's internal systems.

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Marketing-Led Post-COVID-19 Growth Strategies

Businesses are laying off workers, shutting their doors (some permanently), and struggling to react to the radical destruction that coronavirus (COVID-19) is doing to our society and communities. Most have already sustained massive damage, and we still have yet to see the scope of impact of the global pandemic that has upended the globe. Any return to normalcy may seem far-off, but sales and marketing are on the front lines of restarting the economy. When the dust settles, we have a responsibility to turn our shock and grief into fierce determination, and lead the charge of responsible, strategic, sustainable future growth. However, there’s no team better suited to lead that charge than the marketing department. Marketers are uniquely positioned to provide creative solutions to aid their organization in times of change and chart a course for navigating success.

Cloudflare Ditches 8chan. What Happens Now?

WIRED Threat Level

In an interview with WIRED, Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince explains his decision to stop protecting 8chan—and where the notorious forum goes from here. Security Security / Security News

State Farm Reports Credential-Stuffing Attack

Dark Reading

The insurer has informed customers a third party used a list of user IDs and passwords to attempt access into online accounts

Expert publicly disclosed a zero-day vulnerability in KDE

Security Affairs

A security expert has published PoC code exploit for a vulnerability in the KDE software framework that is yet to be fixed. The security expert Dominik Penner, aka “@zer0pwn”, has disclosed an unpatched KDE vulnerability on Twitter.