Critical Flaw Exposes Cisco Collaboration Products to Hacking

A dozen Cisco collaboration products using the company’s Voice Operating System (VOS) are exposed to remote hacker attacks due to a critical vulnerability, users were warned on Wednesday. According to...
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A CISO Sizes Up Healthcare Security Threats for 2018

A CISO Sizes Up Healthcare Security Threats for 2018 Sean Murphy of Premera Blue Cross Discusses the Cyber Challenges Ahead) • November 15, 2017     15 Minutes    In the...
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PCI Council Developing Software Framework

PCI Council Developing Software Framework Troy Leach Describes Why Payment Software Standards Are Essential) • November 14, 2017     20 Minutes    The PCI Security Standards Council is creating a...
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How Information Sharing Helped Curtail WannaCry Harm

How Information Sharing Helped Curtail WannaCry Harm Also, the Securities and Exchange Commission Mulls Tougher Cyber Risk Reporting) • November 14, 2017     10 Minutes    The latest ISMG Security...
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Singapore Considers Limiting Use of NRIC Numbers

Singapore Considers Limiting Use of NRIC Numbers
Authentication , Privacy , Risk Management Privacy, Identity Theft Protection Are the Primary Reasons• November 14, 2017     With the aim of protecting data privacy , the government of...
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Australian InfoSec Analysts Hit With Restraining Orders

Australian InfoSec Analysts Hit With Restraining Orders
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Litigation Did Disagreements on Social Media Go Too Far?( jeremy_kirk ) • November 15, 2017     What started as robust debates over social media among computer security professionals has...
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DHS Official: No Proof Kaspersky Software Used to Hack Fed IT

DHS Official: No Proof Kaspersky Software Used to Hack Fed IT
Anti-Malware , Risk Management , Technology Panel Told Most Agencies Have Complied with Directive to Stop Using Kaspersky Wares( GovInfoSecurity ) • November 14, 2017    Witnesses before at a...
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US-CERT: North Korean Hackers Targeting Three Sectors

US-CERT: North Korean Hackers Targeting Three Sectors
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Anti-Malware , Risk Management , Technology Malware Takes Aim at Financial Services, Aerospace and Telecommunications Industries( GovInfoSecurity ) • November 15, 2017    The North Korean flag Since last year,...
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Risky Business: Understand Your Assets and Align Security With the Business

Align security and risk with the business
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For years I wondered why business groups would move forward with technology initiatives before fully understanding their risk exposure. Focused on the business outcome, teams always wanted to implement first...
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WordPress Sites Exposed to Attacks by 'Formidable Forms' Flaws

Vulnerabilities found by a researcher in a popular WordPress plugin can be exploited by malicious actors to gain access to sensitive data and take control of affected websites. Formidable Forms...
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Windows 10 Detects Reflective DLL Loading: Microsoft

Windows 10 Creators Update can detect reflective Dynamic-Link Library (DLL) loading in a variety of high-risk processes, including browsers and productivity software, Microsoft says. This is possible because of function calls...
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Fileless Attacks Ten Times More Likely to Succeed: Report

A new report from the Ponemon Institute confirms, but quantifies, what most people know: protecting endpoints is becoming more difficult, more complex and more time-consuming -- but not necessarily more...
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Microsoft Patches 17 Year-Old Vulnerability in Office

Microsoft on Tuesday released its November 2017 security updates to resolve 53 vulnerabilities across products , including a security bug that has impacted all versions of its Microsoft Office suite...
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Amazon Echo, Google Home Vulnerable to BlueBorne Attacks

Amazon Echo and Google Home devices are vulnerable to attacks exploiting a series of recently disclosed Bluetooth flaws dubbed “ BlueBorne .” IoT security firm Armis reported in September that...
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UK Cyber Security Chief Blames Russia for Hacker Attacks

Russia has launched cyber attacks on the UK media, telecoms and energy sectors in the past year, Britain's cyber security chief said Wednesday amid reports of Russian interference in the...
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Multi-Stage Android Malware Evades Google Play Detection

A newly discovered multi-stage Android malware that managed to sneak into Google Play is using advanced anti-detection features, ESET security researchers reveal. Eight malicious applications hiding the new threat were...
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Investment Firm Combines Smarsh and Actiance to Solve FinServ Compliance Issues

Two major financial services and regulated industry compliance firms, Smarsh and Actiance, have combined to better serve industry's increasingly complex requirements around communications, archiving and discovery regulations. Actiance has been...
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Oracle Patches Critical Flaws in Jolt Server for Tuxedo

Oracle informed customers on Tuesday that it has patched several vulnerabilities, including ones rated critical and high severity, in the Jolt Server component of Oracle Tuxedo. Oracle Tuxedo, a key...
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Forever 21 Investigating Payment Card Breach

Los Angeles-based fashion retailer Forever 21 informed customers on Tuesday that it has launched an investigation into a security incident involving payment systems. The company said it recently learned from...
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U.S. Government Shares Details of FALLCHILL Malware Used by North Korea

FALLCHILL Malware
FALLCHILL Malware Used by North Korean Government Hackers is a Fully Functional RAT, DHS Says The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) shared details of a hacking tool they...
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