BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-25

The top stories from this week consist of stories such as Let’s Encrypt celebrates big HTTPS milestone, and that firm pays $950,000 penalty for using Wi-Fi signals to secretly track phone users. You can also read a story about 5 tips for staying cyber-secure on your summer vacation, and that it’s not all about ransomware – keyloggers are still alive and well.

And did you know that Facebook CEO tapes over his webcam. Maybe you should do the same?

Top 5 Security links
AirPort owners: Apple’s patched a mystery vulnerability
Bitcoin rival Ethereum fights for its survival after $50 million heist
Google Simplifies two-step verification
Patched libarchive vulnerabilities have big reach
Microsoft rolls out new data classification and security Service

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
How to educate healthcare employees to stop ransomware
CEO salaries should be linked to their firm’s cyber security, says UK parliament
Consumer security vs user experience in a mobile world
Make your company too expensive to hack
Majority of SMBs would not pay ransomware attackers