Los datos solo son tan buenos como el uso que se les da. No solo el universo de ciberseguridad recopila datos, también las empresas individuales captan datos de ciberseguridad desde dentro de su organización, así como desde fuentes externas para agrega…Read More Dashboards: una herramienta eficaz de ciberseguridad
Mensa – the social club for people with high IQs – is accused of not being so smart about security, an Indian TV journalist gets an unbelievable job offer from Harvard, and we take a look at what’s being going on with GameStop short selling.
All thi…Read More Smashing Security podcast #213: No security smarts at Mensa, long-term identity theft, and GameStop’s share frenzy
Tell-tale values added to binaries during compilation to protect critical stack values like the Return Pointer against buffer overflow attacks.Read More Stack Canaries – Gingerly Sidestepping the Cage
Learn about the gap between HR and the cybersecurity field, and how to close it.Read More HR + Cybersecurity
Using Powershell for audit and compliance measurements Part 2 of 3 by Clay RisenhooverRead More Using the VMWare PowerCLI modules to Measure VMWare Compliance
SANS is launching a new series of free tech workshops, held every other Tuesday at 1:00pm ET.Read More Get Hands-On with Tech Tuesday Workshops
Learn why it’s way better to rehearse what to say if you suffer a data breach than to make it up as you go along.Read More What should you say if you have a data breach? Catch up with Jason Nurse at Sophos Evolve
We’ve been doing our homework, and two things seem to be true about cybersecurity awareness training simultaneously: It can be very effective at protecting businesses from one of the most common security threats they face (the majority, according to the Ponemon Institute). Namely, phishing. MSPs, often the single most reliable source of cybersecurity for small […]
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Dutch penetration tester Melvin Boers, aka V1s3r1on, was kind enough to invite me onto his live stream on Monday night for an hour-or-so of chit-chat.
In the video I describe how I first got into computers, joke programs I wrote to play pranks on my…Read More A video Q&A session
The US Federal Trade Commission received 1.4 million reports of identity theft last year, double the number from 2019
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Dairy farm group faces $30 million ransom The Dairy Farm Group, one of the largest retailers in Asia, has suffered a ransomware attack by the REvil group, which has demanded a roughly $30 million ransom. The attack is still ongoing nearly nine days after being first identified. The attackers still have full control over the […]Read More Cyber News Rundown: Dairy Farm Ransomware
Get insights on how cyber operatives manipulate social media users, and how you can protect yourself from social engineering and other cyber threats.
The post Afternoon Cyber Tea: Privacy, the pandemic, and protecting our cyber future appeared first on Microsoft Security.Read More Afternoon Cyber Tea: Privacy, the pandemic, and protecting our cyber future
Posted by Eric Brewer, Rob Pike, Abhishek Arya, Anne Bertucio and Kim Lewandowski Executive Summary:The security of open source software has rightfully garnered the industry’s attention, but solutions require consensus about the challenges and coo…Read More Know, Prevent, Fix: A framework for shifting the discussion around vulnerabilities in open source
New details have emerged about a vast network of rogue extensions for Chrome and Edge browsers that were found to hijack clicks to links in search results pages to arbitrary URLs, including phishing sites and ads.
Collectively called “CacheFlow” by Ava…
We observed a considerable uptick in Phishing Attacks during the COVID-19 pandemic. During our analysis, we came across…
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Microsoft analyzed details of the SolarWinds attack:
Microsoft and FireEye only detected the Sunburst or Solorigate malware in December, but Crowdstrike reported this month that another related piece of malware, Sunspot, was deployed in September 2019, at the time hackers breached SolarWinds’ internal network. Other related malware includes Teardrop aka Raindrop.
Details are in the Microsoft blog:
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We have published our in-depth analysis of the Solorigate backdoor malware (also referred to as SUNBURST by FireEye), the compromised DLL that was deployed on networks as part of SolarWinds products, that allowed attackers to gain backdoor access to affected devices. We have also detailed the …
The dynamic nature of cybersecurity, the changes in the threat landscape, and the expansion of the attack surface lead organizations to add more security solutions—from different vendors—creating a layered security infrastructure that introduces new ch…Read More Guide: How Security Consolidation Helps Small Cybersecurity Teams
Attacks against industrial control systems (ICS) are on the rise. In its 2020 X-Force Threat Intelligence Report, for instance, IBM found that digital attacks targeting organizations’ ICS had increased by more than 2,000% between 2019 and 2018. Most of…Read More 8 Top Technical Resource Providers for ICS Security Professionals