SEC Releases Updated Cybersecurity Guidance

SEC Releases Updated Cybersecurity Guidance
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Breach Response , Compliance , Cybersecurity Regulator Demands More Risk Disclosure, Better Insider Trading Policies( euroinfosec ) • February 23, 2018     The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has...
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Anatomy of a Russian Information Warfare Campaign

Anatomy of a Russian Information Warfare Campaign
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Fraud , Governance , Incident Response Cost of Troll Farm: $15 Million. Impact: Priceless( euroinfosec ) • February 22, 2018    55 Savushkina Street in St. Petersberg, Russia, said to...
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Mitigating the Insider Threat: Lessons From PNB Fraud Case

Mitigating the Insider Threat: Lessons From PNB Fraud Case
Blockchain Applications , Fraud , Insider Fraud After PNB Incident, Security Practitioners Discuss Technologies to Mitigate Risks( gsuparna ) • February 21, 2018     Now that it's been confirmed...
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How to Keep Your Endpoints Safe from Cybercrime

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Out for Justice: Feds Battle Trolls

Out for Justice: Feds Battle Trolls Also, Australia's New Real-Time Payment System Makes a Privacy Tradeoff) • February 23, 2018     10 Minutes    Leading the latest edition of the...
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Iranian Hackers Use New Trojan in Recent Attacks

The cyberespionage group known as OilRig and previously linked to Iran has been observed using a new Trojan in recent attacks, Palo Alto Networks reports. A highly active group mainly...
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U.S. Enters Final Stage of Net Neutrality Debate

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) published its official order ( PDF ) repealing net neutrality rules in the Federal Register on Thursday. This follows the December vote by the commissioners...
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Customers fume as BB&T and TD Bank suffer major outages

Customers of BB&T and TD Bank have had a frustrating few days, with tech gremlins leaving many unable to access their mobile and online accounts and use ATMs. BB&T took...
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Dozen Flaws Found in Trend Micro Email Encryption Gateway

Researchers have discovered a dozen vulnerabilities in Trend Micro’s Email Encryption Gateway, including several issues rated critical and high severity. A majority of the flaws have been patched by the...
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ATM industry petitions Visa to lift ban on DCC

A public petition on behalf of consumers and the U.S. ATM industry (the "Petition"), has been formally submitted to VISA by the National ATM Council ("NAC"), seeking elimination of current...
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Use of Fake Code Signing Certificates in Malware Surges

There has been surge in the use of counterfeit code signing certificates to evade security detection solutions, despite the high cost such certificates come with, a new Recorded Future report...
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Tech Giants Hit by Meltdown, Spectre Respond to Lawmakers

Intel, AMD, ARM, Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft have responded to lawmakers who raised questions last month about the disclosure of the CPU vulnerabilities known as Meltdown and Spectre. The...
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Bank of Ireland and Tsys prep open data hack

Bank of Ireland has joined forces with Tsys to host an open data hack, inviting coders to play with payment data sets for the chance to win cash prizes. With...
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GitHub Enforces Stronger Encryption

GitHub this week permanently disabled a series of weak cryptographic standards across its software development platform in an attempt to better protect users. As of Feb. 22, 2018, the TLSv1/TLSv1.1 standard...
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Apple Pay adoption jumps, but still a long way to go

We completed our annual Apple Pay review and found year over year growth has been impressive with active users more than doubling (source: Apple), transactions more than tripling (source: Apple)...
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GitLab Patches Domain Hijacking Vulnerability

Open source Git repository management system GitLab has addressed a security hole that could have been exploited to hijack users’ custom domains and point them to malicious content. GitLab Pages...
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Report Highlights Challenges of Incident Response

False Positives Lead to a Surprising Number of Incident Response Investigations Helsinki, Finland-based security firm F-Secure has analyzed a random sample of incident response investigations conducted by its security consultants....
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It Takes a Village: The Importance of Security Standards

Why You Should Use DMARC
The Greatest Challenge that DMARC Adoption Faces is That Many Do Not Know That it Exists It takes a communal effort to improve security. Technology standards are the foundation of...
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What is next for ATMs as retail payment technologies evolve?

I was asked recently to predict the future for ATMs (Auto Teller Machines) and the services they will provide. I approached this by looking back at what has driven the...
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US bank puts car buyers in the driving seat with AutoGravity

US Bank has struck a partnership with financial technology startup Autogravity to become the latest of the nation's financial institutions to streamline the loan application process for car-loving Americans Car...
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