This blog post is a summary of this week’s Information Security News put together by our Security Incident Response Team (SIRT). Police in the Netherlands announced on Tuesday that they’ve broken the encryption used on an cryptophone app called IronChat. The Dutch police made the coup a while ago. They didn’t say when, exactly, but […]
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This blog post is a summary of this week’s Information Security News put together by our Security Incident Response Team (SIRT) According to Tara Seals in an article for threatpost.com: “Half of Execs Feel Unprepared to Respond to a Cyber-Incident.” “Nearly half (46 percent) of executives in a Deloitte poll say their organizations have experienced […]
This blog post is a summary of this weeks Information Security News put together by our Security Incident Response Team (SIRT).
This blog post is a summary of this weeks Information Security News put together by our Security Incident Response Team (SIRT). Thousands of breached websites turn up on MagBo Black market The research team said it has shared its findings with law enforcement and victims are being notified. A newly-discovered underground marketplace has been peddling […]
Check for the Security-First Mindset Across All Teams “Embedding security as a way of life is not a one-time event. It requires ongoing education through a variety of channels. Setting the tone from executive leadership is key, but this must be reinforced by direct management and across peer groups.” Read more.. Top 5 Security […]
Security is not a one-person job. It can’t be accomplished with one person, it can’t be accomplished with one company. “Security is not a one-person job. It can’t be accomplished with one person, it can’t be accomplished with one company,” says Walls. “So we need partners, and we need friends in the industry to work […]
Huge Cryptomining Attack on ISP-Grade Routers Spreads Globally Carrier-grade MikroTik routers are delivering potentially millions of daily cryptomining pages to the attacker. A massive hacking campaign has been uncovered, compromising tens of thousands of MikroTik routers to embed Coinhive scripts in websites using a known vulnerability. So far, Censys.io has reported more than 170,000 active […]
Chrome Now Features Site Isolation to Defend Against Spectre A new feature called site isolation is being tapped to protect Chrome users against Spectre. Google introduced new security mitigations for its Chrome browser to defend against recently discovered Spectre variants. The new security feature, called site isolation, essentially isolates different browser work processes between various browser […]
Ticketmaster chat feature leads to Credit-Card Breach Tens of thousands of people have been caught up in a data breach at Ticketmaster UK, which exposed credit-card and personal information for UK and some international customers. The ticket-selling giant said that on Saturday it found malware within a customer chat function for its websites, hosted by […]
Public Disclosure of a Critical Arbitrary File Overwrite Vulnerability: Zip Slip The Snyk Security team is today announcing the public disclosure of a critical arbitrary file overwrite vulnerability called Zip Slip. It is a widespread vulnerability which typically results in remote command execution. The vulnerability affects thousands of projects, including ones from HP, Amazon, Apache, […]