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The Better Way: Threat Analysis & IIoT Security
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from DarkReading
Threat analysis offers a more nuanced and multidimensional approach than go/no-go patching in the Industrial Internet of Things. But first, vendors must agree on how they report and address vulnerabilities.
The Spectrum Of Threat Actors
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from TechRepublic
Akamais Andy Ellis walks CNETs Dan Patterson down the winding path of where your passwords go after they are stolen
Control Flow Integrity In The Android Kernel
10th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from Google Security
Posted by Sami Tolvanen, Staff Software Engineer, Android SecurityAndroids security model is enforced by the Linux kernel, which makes it a tempting target for attackers. We have put a lot of effort into hardening the kernel in previous...
How To Encrypt A USB Flash Drive With GNOME Disks
10th Oct 2018 [10 days ago] from TechRepublic
If you use Linux, and are looking for an easy method of encrypting data on your USB drives, Jack Wallen has you covered. With the help of GNOME Disks, this process is very easy.
How To Limit Access To The Su Command In Linux
10th Oct 2018 [10 days ago] from TechRepublic
Jack Wallen shows you a simple trick to heighten your Linux server security, by limiting Linux users access to the su command.
Cryptomining Replaces Ransomware As 2018s Top Cybersecurity Threat
10th Oct 2018 [10 days ago] from TechRepublic
Malware, in general, accounts for the majority of cybersecurity threats, but now cryptomining reigns supreme.
Why 60% Of IT Security Pros Want To Quit Their Jobs Right Now
10th Oct 2018 [10 days ago] from TechRepublic
At a time when cyberattacks are at the forefront of company concerns, retaining IT security talent is a must. Heres how.
Security Researchers Struggle With Bot Management Programs
10th Oct 2018 [10 days ago] from DarkReading
Bots are a known problem, but researchers will tell you that bot defenses create problems of their own when it comes to valuable data.
Emerging Threat: Password Stuffing Explained
10th Oct 2018 [10 days ago] from TechRepublic
Akamais Andy Ellis speaks to CNETs Dan Patterson about threats via "password stuffing"
Lessons Learned From The Facebook Breach: Why Logic Errors Are So Hard To Catch
9th Oct 2018 [11 days ago] from DarkReading
By ensuring that each layer of protection scours an application for unintended uses, you can find the flaws before the bad guys do.
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