Archive for March, 2020

By Kevin Townsend

Growing Complexity of Managing Enterprise Cybersecurity is Increasing CISO Fatigue and Burnout

A CISO’s life is complex, with business transformation, cloud adoption, working from home and use of mobile devices, and sometimes just too many solutions. Many see automation and AI as a partial solution.

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Source:: securityweek

By l33tdawg MacBook Air 2020 review: The most boring Mac is among the best
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By Tara Seals

Phishing and zero-days continue to be a core part of the APT arsenal. …read more

Source:: Threat Post

By Lindsey O’Donnell

Zoom removed its Facebook SDK for iOS feature after a report found the app sending Facebook “unnecessary” user data. …read more

Source:: Threat Post

By Ionut Arghire

Lexus cars vulnerable to hacker attacks

Vulnerabilities in Lexus and Toyota cars could be exploited by hackers to launch remote attacks against affected vehicles, researchers at China-based Tencent Keen Security Lab discovered.

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Source:: securityweek

By AFP

Sophisticated state-supported actors are following cybercriminals in exploiting the coronavirous pandemic and posing an “advanced persistent threat” (APT), French defence technology giant Thales warned Monday.

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Source:: securityweek

By Eduard Kovacs

Microsoft on Monday announced several new features for its Edge web browser, including one that will alert users if the credentials they have saved to autofill have been compromised as a result of a third-party data breach.

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Source:: securityweek

By Tara Seals

The malware is back after three years, looking to cash in on interest in government relief efforts around coronavirus. …read more

Source:: Threat Post

By Ionut Arghire

The financially-motivated hacking group FIN7 has started mailing malicious USB devices to intended victims in an effort to infect their computers with malware, the FBI warns.

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Source:: securityweek

By Kevin Townsend

Kubernetes-specialist Zettaset has introduced software-defined encryption for Kubernetes-managed containers, improving DevSecOps, enhancing data protection, and enabling compliance.

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Source:: securityweek