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Reminder: We're Still Bad At Securing Industrial Controllers

Bug hunters have discovered yet another set of flaws in industrial control systems used by electric utilities, oil and gas companies, and shipping and transportation providers. The Positive Technologies trio of...
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Protests In Russia Target Internet Iron Curtain Legislation

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A protester holds a flag during the demonstration in Moscow on Sunday. Igor Russak/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Thousands of Russians on Sunday protested the country's tightening grip on its internet....
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Guilty Plea in Rare HIPAA Criminal Case

Guilty Plea in Rare HIPAA Criminal Case
Governance , HIPAA/HITECH , Privacy Former Patient Coordinator Wrongfully Disclosed Patient Information( HealthInfoSec ) • March 8, 2019     A former patient coordinator at UPMC, a medical center in Pittsburgh,...
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Women in Tech: How Are We Doing? How Should We Be Doing?

CISO Trainings , Recruitment & Reskilling Strategy , Training & Security Leadership Ann Ruckstuhl of Unisys Says Women Are Key to Solving Sector's Talent Shortage( euroinfosec ) • March 8, 2019...
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GRC: A Status Report

Governance , GRC Matt Kunkel of LogicGate Offers Update on Governance, Risk Management and Compliance( @nickster2407 ) • March 7, 2019     Matt Kunkel, CEO of LogicGate How are governance,...
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GDPR: Still Plenty of Lessons to Learn

GDPR: Still Plenty of Lessons to Learn
Compliance , General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) , Governance RSA Conference Panel: Organizations Worldwide Face Long List of Challenges• March 7, 2019     As the one year anniversary of enforcement...
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Live Webinar | Anatomy of Container Attack Vectors and Mitigations

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Highlights of RSA Conference

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Buffer Overflow Found In British Airways Entertainment Systems

A cybersecurity professor has insisted he was not hunting for a vulnerability when he found a denial-of-service bug on an in-flight entertainment screen during a long-haul flight. His findings could affect...
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809 Million Records Exposed By Email Marketing Giant


Data breach leaves hundreds of POS units infected with malware Nearly 140 bars, restaurants, and coffee shops all over the US have had POS systems infected with malware. Data breaches are...
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Security Holes Found In Big Brand Car Alarms

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWATCH: Security holes found in third-party smart car alarms Security flaws in three specialist car alarms have left vehicles vulnerable to being stolen...
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Equifax Neglected Cybersecurity Prior To Breach, Senate Finds

On the eve of executives from Equifax CEO and Marriott appearing before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations to discuss the lessons learned from a pair of major breaches, the subcommittee...
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FB Messenger Bug Revealed Who You Had Conversations With

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Facebook Messenger had a flaw that let potential attackers see who you had conversations with. James Martin Facebook is making a big shift to private messages, but it's not immune to...
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A Serious Windows Zeroday Is Being Actively Exploited In The Wild

Google security officials are advising Windows users to ensure they’re using the latest version 10 of the Microsoft operating system to protect themselves against a “serious” unpatched vulnerability that attackers have...
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RSA Conference 2019: The Sky's The Limit For Satellite Hacks

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Sonic Hit By $5 Million Suit Over 2017 Data Breach

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The drive-in fast food chain Sonic is being sued by the American Airlines Federal Credit Union for $5 million in an attempt to recoup money the credit union lost due to...
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Coinbase CEO Regrets HackingTeam Hires

After a wave of protest from the cryptocurrency community, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong announced in a blog post on Monday that some of the leadership of a recently acquired blockchain analytics...
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Former Security Officials To Trump: Stop Trying To Undermine Climate Science

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President Donald Trump reportedly plans to convene a group of scientists to reassess the government's earlier conclusions on climate change.  Getty Images Top former military and security officials are warning President...
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Are Autonomous Vehicles Trustworthy?

Endpoint Security , Internet of Things Security Summer Craze Fowler of Argo AI on the Concept of 'Prosilience'( @nickster2407 ) • March 6, 2019     Summer Craze Fowler, CSO, Argo AI...
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Improving Threat Detection With AI

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development Brian NeSmith of Arctic Wolf Networks on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence( APACinfosec ) • March 6, 2019     Brian NeSmith, CEO,...
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