Take action with your library this Libraries Week

CILIP

Take action with your library this Libraries Week. This Libraries Week (4-10 October 2021) libraries across the UK showcase their vital role in supporting active and engaged communities as we celebrate the transformative impact libraries can have on people?s

Shift happens: the future office/library in a connected world

CILIP

Shift happens: the future office/library in a connected world. This seems a long way away from February when the Financial Times ran a piece in its New Workplace series that noted, inter alia, that many organisations were reviewing their working practices. But it?s It wasn?t

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Public library content in an age of impact

CILIP

Public library content in an age of impact. Public library content in an age of impact. The range of activities, services and impacts a modern library service provides has grown significantly and undeniably in recent years. Content and its potential. earn its keep?,

Should library services be cutting their most dynamic spaces?

CILIP

Should library services be cutting their most dynamic spaces? Photo credit: Should library services be cutting their most dynamic spaces? A recent report, Libraries on the Move , by Dr Alyson Tyler, studied the impact of mobile libraries in Scotland. My child lights up when it arrives. Having the library visit has lessened feelings of isolation and brings the wider world to my door? As with all technology, it?s It won?t Libraries don?t

UX in Libraries: Behaviour Mapping - decisions and desires

CILIP

UX in Libraries: Behaviour Mapping - decisions and desires. While the routes we take may not command much of our attention, in service industries such as libraries, it is worth inspecting choices of route more closely. Library users may always take the same path from the entrance to a specific area: a quick route to ?their Whatever these behaviours are, they offer opportunities for library staff to consider how effectively their spaces and furniture are laid out.

CISA warns of vulnerabilities in Hitachi Energy products

Security Affairs

The advisories address tens of vulnerabilities, most of them are related to third-party libraries used by the products such as OpenSSL, LibSSL, libxml2, and GRUB2. CISA has released six advisories to warn organizations about security vulnerabilities affecting Hitachi Energy products. The U.S.

Security Affairs newsletter Round 298

Security Affairs

Breaking News Hacking hacking news information security news IT Information Security malware Newsletter Pierluigi Paganini Security Affairs Security NewsA new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

U.S. Bookstore giant Barnes & Noble hit by cyberattack

Security Affairs

is an American bookseller with the largest number of retail outlets in the United States in fifty states. Over the weekend, users have been complaining on Nook’s Facebook page and Twitter that they were not able to access their library of purchased eBooks and magazine subscriptions.

Crafty Web Skimming Domain Spoofs “https”

Krebs on Security

Earlier today, KrebsOnSecurity alerted the 10th largest food distributor in the United States that one of its Web sites had been hacked and retrofitted with code that steals credit card and login data.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in November 2021 – 223.6 million records breached

IT Governance

If you find yourself facing a cyber security disaster, IT Governance is here to help. million records breached appeared first on IT Governance UK Blog. In November, we discovered 81 publicly disclosed cyber security incidents, accounting for 223,615,390 breached records.

CILIP and Nielsen Book announce major new partnership

CILIP

CILIP, the library and information association, is proud to announce a new two-year partnership with Nielsen Book that includes sponsorship of CILIP?s s Building a Nation of Readers campaign and National Libraries Week. s commitment to supporting libraries, librarianship and the book trade. I am delighted to be working with Nielsen Book on these two vital campaigns, Building a Nation of Readers and Libraries Week. Libraries Week is a weeklong celebration of the nation?s

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in April 2021 – 1 billion records breached

IT Governance

It was another busy month in the cyber security sector, as we discovered 143 incidents that resulted in 1,098,897,134 breached records. In case you missed it, you may also be interested in our first quarterly review of data breaches and cyber attacks.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in May 2021 – 116 million records breached

IT Governance

But, of course, the nature of ransomware attacks makes it hard for organisations to determine how many records were affected. If you find yourself facing a cyber security disaster, IT Governance is here to help.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in November 2020 – 586 million records breached

IT Governance

Don’t pay ransom on the promise your data will be deleted, because it won’t be Almost 11 million patients impacted by Blackbaud incident – and still counting Ticketmaster fined £1.25 We recorded 103 cyber security incidents in November, which accounted for 586,771,602 leaked records.

Oracle critical patch advisory addresses 284 flaws, 33 critical

Security Affairs

The Commons FileUpload library is the default file upload mechanism in Struts 2, the CVE-2016-1000031 was discovered two years ago by experts at Tenable. The bug affected the OCA’s Diameter Signalling Router component and its Communications Services Gatekeeper. The flaw also affected the Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure, the Fusion Middleware MapViewer, and four three Oracle Retail components.

CILIP Coronavirus Information Service

CILIP

CILIP is committed to supporting our members in all aspects of their work, including understanding and managing the emerging impact of COVID-19 and coronavirus on library, information and knowledge services. If your library, information or knowledge service is to be fully-closed.

Hidden Cobra APT used the new ATM cash-out scheme FASTCash to hit banks worldwide

Security Affairs

The activity of the Lazarus Group surged in 2014 and 2015, its members used mostly custom-tailored malware in their attacks and experts that investigated on the crew consider it highly sophisticated. This threat actor has been active since at least 2009, possibly as early as 2007, and it was involved in both cyber espionage campaigns and sabotage activities aimed to destroy data and disrupt systems.

Your journey starts here ? achieving success with CILIP

CILIP

In a fast-paced and changing world, it can be difficult to chart a course to success as an information professional. sometimes it can be overwhelming to know where to start when it comes to building your career as an information professional. library roles. It couldn?t

Nodersok malware delivery campaign relies on advanced techniques

Security Affairs

It’s not uncommon for attackers to download legitimate third-party tools onto infected machines (for example, PsExec is often abused to run other tools or commands).” About 3% of the infected systems belong to organizations in different sectors, including education, professional services, healthcare, finance, and retail. Microsoft researchers observed a campaign delivering malware, dubbed Nodersok, relying on advanced techniques and elusive network infrastructure.

Florida Man Arrested in SIM Swap Conspiracy

Krebs on Security

” A SIM card is the tiny, removable chip in a mobile device that allows it to connect to the provider’s network. ” The following month, Michigan authorities found the same individual accessing personal consumer data via public Wi-Fi at a local library, and seized 45 SIM cards, a laptop and a Trezor wallet — a hardware device designed to store crytpocurrency account data.

Calculating the Benefits of the Advanced Encryption Standard

Schneier on Security

NIST has completed a study -- it was published last year, but I just saw it recently -- calculating the costs and benefits of the Advanced Encryption Standard. The report contains lots of facts and figures relevant to crypto policy debates, including the chaotic nature of crypto markets in the mid-1990s, the number of approved devices and libraries of various kinds since then, other standards that invoke AES, and so on.

ATMitch: New Evidence Spotted In The Wild

Security Affairs

Its initial triage suggests it may be part of an advanced attacker arsenal targeting the Banking sector, possibly related to the same APT group Kaspersky Lab tracked two years ago after the compromise of a Russian bank, where a particular malware tool dubbed ATMi tch has been unveiled. It seems to be custom loader for the real malicious payload able to take control of the target machine. It looks for a really particular one: “ fwmain32.exe ”.

The Sainsbury Archive chooses Preservica to create new cloud-based digital archive

Preservica

Preservica’s active digital preservation platform selected to future-proof unique digital assets that document nearly 150 years of corporate, brand and retail history. The Sainsbury Archive is undertaking a large-scale digitisation project which prompted the team to examine its digital preservation strategy.

FIN6 recently expanded operations to target eCommerce sites

Security Affairs

FIN6 group has been active since 2015, past attacks were focused on point-of-sale (POS) machines used by retailers and companies in the hospitality sector in the U.S. The malicious code allows attackers to steal payment card data when it is entered by customers while purchasing goods. At least in one case observed by the experts, the attacker contacted a victim via email and attempted to trick it into clicking on a Google Drive URL purporting to contain an attractive job advert.

Guest Blog: TalkingTrust. What’s driving the security of IoT?

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

There are so many reasons why manufacturers connect their products to the Internet, whether it’s industrial machines, medical devices, consumer goods or even cars. Imagine a world where the retail value of your car actually grows over time – that’s now becoming a reality.

The John Lewis Partnership creates new cloud-based business archive with Preservica

Preservica

Oxford, UK and Boston, MA: April 11 2018: The John Lewis Partnership, one of the UK’s leading retail businesses, has selected digital preservation specialist Preservica to build a secure cloud-based business archive. It also features 100 years of the Partnership’s in-house magazine, the Gazette , which is the UK’s longest standing internal publication that has not changed its name since launch.

Cross-Post from Out of the Stacks: How to Convert Your Home Movie Tapes to Digital

The Texas Record

The Talking Book Program, the Library Development Network and the State Librarian himself, Mark Smith all use the blog format to communicate with the people and agencies who rely on us. Digitize your old home videos before it’s too late!

Types of Malware & Best Malware Protection Practices

eSecurity Planet

At its core, malware exploits existing network, device, or user vulnerabilities , posing as little a risk as annoying advertisements to the much more damaging demand for millions of dollars in ransom. Boost your organization’s IT literacy with ongoing cybersecurity training so they recognize the threats posed by malware attacks. Much like malware, it is an inclusive category that encompasses a wide variety of malicious software. In IT security, spam is unwanted email.

Breaking the Ice on DICE: scaling secure Internet of Things Identities

The Security Ledger

» Related Stories Expert says: Hack your Smart Home to Secure It Fitness apps: Good for your health, not so much for military security Mobile, automation-industry leaders promote two new IoT security efforts. It’s especially true of the Internet of Things, where both the diversity and scale of connected endpoints create endless opportunities for mischief and mayhem. “Its just a big complicated thing,” Mattoon notes.

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Why You Need A VPN

Cyber Info Veritas

What Is A VPN And How Does It Work? How VPNs work The role of a VPN is privacy: it allows you absolute privacy as you send data over a network. Now, while the VPN you use will greatly determine how it works—some will ask you to sign up and create an account while with others, all you have to do is download and install the VPN app or software—most VPN services and platforms have the same underlying technology. Its most basic price is $2.91

The Hacker Mind: Hacking IoT

ForAllSecure

It seems everything smart is hackable, with IoT startups sometimes repeating security mistakes first made decades ago. How then does one start securing it? It's like using a hash of your street address, as the password for your front door. It didn't. It's still a threat.

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The Hacker Mind: Hacking IoT

ForAllSecure

It seems everything smart is hackable, with IoT startups sometimes repeating security mistakes first made decades ago. How then does one start securing it? It's like using a hash of your street address, as the password for your front door. It didn't. It's still a threat.

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3D Printing with Kids on Lenovo Yoga 7i

Troy Hunt

Here's where it all started: Looking at a mate’s Prusa i3 printer and getting a bit tempted, what are folks using out there for hobby projects? And it did, which has been particularly useful when performing later maintenance. folding it like a tent for watching movies).

Security Ledger Podcast: Security Automation Is (And Isn't) The Future Of InfoSec

ForAllSecure

It has also made some smaller number of those people fantastically rich. Machine learning algorithms are already being used in transportation to ease road congestion, in healthcare to spot medical errors and improve patient care and in retail to improve the customer shopping experience.

Security Ledger Podcast: Security Automation Is (And Isn't) The Future Of InfoSec

ForAllSecure

It has also made some smaller number of those people fantastically rich. Machine learning algorithms are already being used in transportation to ease road congestion, in healthcare to spot medical errors and improve patient care and in retail to improve the customer shopping experience. When it comes to what can you do today? Think about it. Will you think about it? So, it wasn't about saying, "Okay, I think I found a bug and maybe this is a patch."

SECURITY LEDGER PODCAST: SECURITY AUTOMATION IS (AND ISN'T) THE FUTURE OF INFOSEC

ForAllSecure

It has also made some smaller number of those people fantastically rich. Machine learning algorithms are already being used in transportation to ease road congestion, in healthcare to spot medical errors and improve patient care and in retail to improve the customer shopping experience. When it comes to what can you do today? Think about it. Will you think about it? So, it wasn't about saying, "Okay, I think I found a bug and maybe this is a patch."

What Are My Photos Revealing About Me? You may be accidentally sharing personal information in your photos (an important Guest Post)

Architect Security

Here is a handy guide , but a simple trick is just to take a screenshot of your photo before posting it. Facial recognition technology has become so ubiquitous, it’s not hard to imagine that somebody in your photo may be easily identifiable. So how easy is it for someone to identify the people in the photos that you post online? Google and Apple can also identify faces of your friends and family (that you have labeled) in your photo library.