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Zyxel 0day Affects its Firewall Products, Too

Krebs on Security

On Monday, networking hardware maker Zyxel released security updates to plug a critical security hole in its network attached storage (NAS) devices that is being actively exploited by crooks who specialize in deploying ransomware. Now it appears Holden’s hunch was dead-on.

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The EARN-IT Act

Schneier on Security

But far from mere recommendations, those "best practices" would be approved by Congress as legal requirements: if a platform failed to adhere to them, it would lose essential legal protections for free speech. Prepare for another attack on encryption in the U.S.

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Cloud Security: Mess It Up and It's on You

Data Breach Today

It's also created a bevy of new security challenges. Jay Heiser of Gartner says if organizations don't get cloud security right, it's their own fault.

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Privacy without borders: Reality or Fantasy?

Imagine a world in which every country shared a vision and a common set of principles to protect and regulate the use of personal data. It would make international business far simpler, provide citizens in every country with the same privacy rights.

Docker Hub Breach: It's Not the Numbers; It's the Reach

Data Breach Today

But the breach has caused a collective gasp because it potentially magnifies risks for enterprises

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Ransomware at IT Services Provider Synoptek

Krebs on Security

Synoptek , a California business that provides cloud hosting and IT management services to more than a thousand customer nationwide, suffered a ransomware attack this week that has disrupted operations for many of its clients, according to sources.

Experts: Breach at IT Outsourcing Giant Wipro

Krebs on Security

Indian information technology (IT) outsourcing and consulting giant Wipro Ltd. [ NYSE:WIT ] is investigating reports that its own IT systems have been hacked and are being used to launch attacks against some of the company’s customers, multiple sources tell KrebsOnSecurity.

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Wipro Intruders Targeted Other Major IT Firms

Krebs on Security

On Monday, KrebsOnSecurity broke the news that multiple sources were reporting a cybersecurity breach at Wipro, a major trusted vendor of IT outsourcing for U.S. It’s unclear if the work of these criminal hackers is tied to a specific, known threat group.

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2020 Security Agenda: Who Owns it?

Data Breach Today

ForeScout's Ellen Sundra on Security Priorities and Challenges It's relatively easy to list an enterprise's cybersecurity priorities for 2020. But who owns them? What are the hurdles to completing these projects? These can be tougher questions to answer, says Ellen Sundra of ForeScout

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Top 10 industries for monetizing data: Is yours one of them?

Find out which industries, use cases, and business applications are the best opportunities for data monetization. Understand what data is being monetized, who wants it, and why. Use data you already own to create new revenue sources. Download the eBook today!

AMD admits hacker stole source code files related to its GPUs

Security Affairs

AMD admitted that a hacker has stolen files related to some of its graphics products, but it downplayed the potential impact of the hack. ” The company launched an investigation with the help of external experts, it is also working closely with law enforcement.

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It’s Way Too Easy to Get a.gov Domain Name

Krebs on Security

But a recent experience suggests this trust may be severely misplaced, and that it is relatively straightforward for anyone to obtain their very own.gov domain. Then you either mail or fax it in. “I never said it was legal, just that it was easy,” the source said.

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ISS reveals malware attack impacted parts of the IT environment

Security Affairs

ISS , the multinational Denmark-based facility services company, was hit with a malware that shuts down shared IT services worldwide. The post ISS reveals malware attack impacted parts of the IT environment appeared first on Security Affairs.

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U.S. Govt. Makes it Harder to Get.Gov Domains

Krebs on Security

The additional measures come less than four months after KrebsOnSecurity published research suggesting it was relatively easy for just about anyone to get their very own.gov domain. Then you either mail or fax it in.

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The City of Durham shut down its network after Ryuk Ransomware attack

Security Affairs

The City of Durham, North Carolina, was the last victim in order of time of the infamous Ryuk ransomware that infected its systems. The City of Durham, North Carolina was forced to shut down its network after its systems have been infected with the Ryuk Ransomware during the weekend.

Secret Service Investigates Breach at U.S. Govt IT Contractor

Krebs on Security

Secret Service is investigating a breach at a Virginia-based government technology contractor that saw access to several of its systems put up for sale in the cybercrime underground, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. It’s down when you get to the tier-three and the tier-four” subcontractors.

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The North Korean Kimsuky APT threatens South Korea evolving its TTPs

Security Affairs

It was first spotted by Kaspersky researcher in 2013, recently its activity was detailed by ESTsecurity. The dll is then copied into the folder “ %AppData%RoamingMicrosoftWindowsDefender ” and it is renamed into “ AutoUpdate.dll ”.

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It's Official: FTC Fines Facebook $5 Billion

Data Breach Today

Mark Zuckerberg Must Ensure Compliance With Commission's Order The U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission officially announced a privacy settlement with Facebook that includes a record-setting $5 billion fine.

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Did GandCrab Gang Fake Its Ransomware Retirement?

Data Breach Today

Evidence Mounts That Sodinokibi Ransomware Is GandCrab Gang's 'Retirement' Plan Did the gang behind GandCrab fake its retirement?

Homographic Hacking: What It Is and How It Works

Adam Levin

If a hacker registers a domain name that looks like a legit one, it’s not difficult to create a spoof version of that website to access user credentials entered at login, or to funnel malware onto the user’s computer. .

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Cisco addresses multiple issues in its SD-WAN product

Security Affairs

Cisco has addressed a total of five vulnerabilities in its SD-WAN solution, including three high severity flaws. Cisco has addressed five vulnerabilities in its SD-WAN solution, including three high severity flaws.

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It's Great to Go Straight

Data Breach Today

Ex-Cybercriminal Brett Johnson Discusses Life as a Keynote Speaker It's good to be legal, according to Brett Johnson, formerly America's most wanted cybercriminal, as he reflects on a year of his experiences speaking at ISMG Summits

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The 'Going Dark' Debate: It's Back

Data Breach Today

Trump Administration Reportedly Weighs Forcing Tech Firms to Use Weak Crypto The debate over whether the U.S. government should have the right to force weak crypto on Americans has returned.

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Canonical Investigating Hack of Its GitHub Page

Data Breach Today

a British company that offers commercial support and services for the popular Ubuntu Linux open source operating system, is investigating a hack of its GitHub page over the weekend. Company Says Ubuntu Linux Source Code Remains Safe Canonical Ltd.,

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'Zero Trust': Can It Be Defined?

Data Breach Today

"Zero trust" is arguably the cybersecurity buzzword of 2019, but what exactly does it mean? Jack Koons of Unisys provides his perspective

Solve fundamental IT issues within your business

IT Governance

As a framework in your business, governing your IT effectively helps ensure your organisation’s IT infrastructure supports and enables the corporate strategies and objectives. Find out more >> Due care is not always taken with IT and information.

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Ransomware at Colorado IT Provider Affects 100+ Dental Offices

Krebs on Security

A Colorado company that specializes in providing IT services to dental offices suffered a ransomware attack this week that is disrupting operations for more than 100 dentistry practices, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. Multiple sources affected say their IT provider, Englewood, Colo.

Hybrid IT tactics and techniques

DXC Technology

As companies embrace hybrid IT, they must address both technology and the human side of change. There are several key actions to take: Staff and train differently: As applications move from traditional platforms to the cloud, current IT staff needs to be trained and re-skilled. Cloud DevOps Digital Transformation Platform AI automation cloud cloudops governance hybrid IT shadow IT talent

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Attackers Demand $14 Million Ransom From IT Services Firm

Data Breach Today

Incident Could Have Ripple Effect on Virtual Care Provider's 110 Healthcare Clients Virtual Care Provider Inc.,

Crypto Mining Service Coinhive to Call it Quits

Krebs on Security

In March 2018, Coinhive was listed by many security firms as the top malicious threat to Internet users, thanks to the tendency for Coinhive’s computer code to be surreptitiously deployed on hacked Web sites to steal the computer processing power of its visitors’ devices.

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IT Misconfiguration Leads to 15 Breach Reports

Data Breach Today

Letters From Texas Health Resources Hospitals Mailed to Wrong Recipients A misconfigured billing system that caused a mailing mishap affecting nearly 83,000 individuals has prompted Texas Health Resources to file 15 breach reports to federal regulators - one for each hospital involved

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Hacking a network, using an ‘invisibility cloak’ – Is it that simple?

Security Affairs

Is it possible to hack into a network using a sort of invisibility cloak? The short answer is, YES it is. The audit revealed some irregularities and it became evident that an external party had continuous access to the internal and secured parts of the network.

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Blockchain Revisited: How Can It Reduce Fraud?

Data Breach Today

Microsoft's David Houlding on Use Cases and Lessons Learned Critics say blockchain is a technology looking for a purpose, but Microsoft's David Houlding says organizations are using blockchain today to validate identities and to help prevent fraud. He shares use cases and emerging best practices

Misconfigured IT (Again) Leads to Big Health Data Breach

Data Breach Today

A misconfigured IT setting has landed a Puerto Rico-based clearinghouse and cloud software services vendor at the top of federal regulators' list of largest health data breaches so far this year. Did Company Also Bungle Notification for Some Victims Impacted?

European Commission has chosen the Signal app to secure its communications

Security Affairs

The popular cross-platform encrypted messaging service Signal has been chosen by the European Commission for its communications. The European Commission has decided to adopt for its staff the popular cross-platform encrypted messaging service Signal for its communications.

Google sued by New Mexico attorney general for collecting student data through its Education Platform

Security Affairs

Tracking student data without parental consent is not only illegal, it is dangerous; and my office will hold any company accountable who compromises the safety of New Mexican children.”.

Facial recognition firm Clearview AI reveals intruders stole its client list

Security Affairs

Bad news for the controversial facial recognition startup Clearview AI, hackers gained “unauthorized access” to a list of all of its customers. . The company already informed its customers of the security breach. .

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Blockchain for Identity Management: It's Years Away

Data Breach Today

Why It Doesn't Fix Long-Running Access Management Problems Technologists are wrangling with an identity puzzle: Is it possible to create a single digital identity that can be seamlessly and securely used at a bank, a hospital or consumer websites? It's the holy grail of identity.

Adobe addresses 42 flaws in its five products

Security Affairs

Adobe also addressed a total of 17 flaws in the Windows and macOS versions of its Acrobat and Reader products. The IT giant also fixed an important denial-of-service ( DoS ) issue that affects versions 6.5

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