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Kia Outage May Be The Result Of Ransomware
19th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
A week-long outage for Kia is reportedly connected to a ransomware attack from the DoppelPaymer gang, says BleepingComputer.
New Malformed URL Phishing Technique Can Make Attacks Harder To Spot
19th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
Hackers are now sending messages that hide fake links in the HTTP prefix, bypassing email filters, says security firm GreatHorn.
How To Find Details About User Logins On Linux
19th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
If you need to gather information on user logins for your Linux servers, Jack Wallen has just the tool for you.
IRS Issues Urgent Notice On Scams Aimed At Tax Professionals
19th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
Scammers are impersonating the IRS with emails carrying the subject line "Verifying your EFIN before e-filing."
Linux 101: How To Block Users From Setting Up Their Own Cron Jobs
19th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
Jack Wallen shows you how to gain a bit more security on your Linux servers by blocking users from adding cron jobs.
How To Fine-Tune Vendor Risk Management In A Virtual World
19th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from DarkReading
Without on-site audits, many organizations lack their usual visibility to assess risk factors and validate contracts and SLA with providers.
Hiding In Plain Sight: What The SolarWinds Attack Revealed About Efficacy
18th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from DarkReading
Multilayered infiltration involved custom malicious tooling, backdoors, and cloaked code, far beyond the skills of script kiddies.
Cybersecurity Needs To Be Proactive With Involvement From Business Leaders
18th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TechRepublic
In a webinar Wednesday, former US Homeland Security director Christopher Krebs also suggested organizations have COVID workforce coordinators and that cloud mail providers activate MFA by default.
Data Security Accountability In An Age Of Regular Breaches
18th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from DarkReading
As the number of vendors impacted by supply-chain breaches grows, one constant question remains: where exactly does accountability for data security lie, and what part do end users play in their own data breach protection?
Digital Offense Capabilities Are Currently Net Negative For The Security Ecosystem
18th Feb 2021 [3 months ago] from TaoSecurity
PropositionDigital offense capabilities are currently net negative for the security ecosystem.The costs of improved digital offense currently outweigh the benefits. The legitimate benefits of digital offense accrue primarily to the security...
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