Here’s a link to the United States National Security Strategy released today: https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/NSS-Final-12-18-2017-0905.pdf (cyberspace security strategy starts on page 31). No plan is perfect, but I’d like to point out a bright a really good (and surprising) focus of the strategy,
I got this in my inbox this morning about a Senate hearing regarding major data breaches (Yahoo and Equifax): http://www.zdnet.com/article/equifax-yahoo-fail-to-answer-the-most-basic-questions-during-senate-hearing. If you’re interested in watching the actual hearing, check out YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LunazYJGNXU (starts at about the 12:20 mark). The article reports
Was just using Google and noticed this under the search bar: https://privacy.google.com/your-security.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=hpp-desktop-auth&utm_campaign=security-tips&categories_activeEl=sign-in#your-security-action Great short little tips from Google (especially since the Equifax hack is still fresh in everyone’s minds) that you can use to help protect your accounts. –Kevin
A security researcher (and by the way ex-NSA guy) named Patrick Wardle released an exploit that enables attackers to exfiltrate passwords from macOS reportedly hours before Apple released their new operating system macOS High Sierra. http://www.zdnet.com/article/apple-macos-high-sierra-password-vulnerable-to-password-stealing-hack There’s no point in
Here’s a story about what caused hackers to be able to compromise the Equifax hack which eventually led to 143 million accounts to be accessed: http://www.zdnet.com/article/equifax-confirms-apache-struts-flaw-it-failed-to-patch-was-to-blame-for-data-breach The cause was a series of patches that were available since March that slipped
You probably have heard of Equifax getting hacked and some 143 million records stolen, tons of articles everywhere about that. Here’s one you probably didn’t read and it’s about how if you receive help from Equifax on this data breach,
Here’s a story about how hackers are using hotel wi-fi networks to attack users, corporate espionage and for political targets: http://www.zdnet.com/article/hackers-are-using-hotel-wi-fi-to-spy-on-guests-steal-data Attacks come in various flavors (social engineering, network based and malware). For social engineering that’s on the user to be
Several millions of Verizon customer data was exposed on an Amazon cloud storage endpoint that was incorrectly configured by a vendor. It allowed anyone with that link to access the information. More about the hack can be found at this
Check out this article: http://www.zdnet.com/article/eu-seeks-to-make-it-easier-for-police-to-grab-data-from-us-tech-firms. Summary: Due to all the recent attacks, the EU is looking to increase their ability to access data on servers stored on their continent (even by US tech companies). I get, and I understand why they
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