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Why Ransomware Attacks Are Growing More Targeted
1st Mar 2019 [21 days ago] from TechRepublic
Ransomware attacks in 2018 used Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) as a main attack vector, according to a Webroot report.
Your Systems, Their Profit: How IT Rights Can Be Abused For Shadow Mining Of Cryptocurrency
1st Mar 2019 [21 days ago] from TechRepublic
IT professionals have the know-how and requisite privileges to deploy Bitcoin miners, and to cover their tracks. Could your organization be at risk?
Using Your Office 365 Secure Score
1st Mar 2019 [21 days ago] from TechRepublic
Office 365, Microsoft 365 and the Security Graph are coming together at last.
Solving Security: Repetition Or Redundancy?
28th Feb 2019 [22 days ago] from DarkReading
To effectively defend against todays risks and threats, organizations must examine their failings as well as their successes.
Android Security Improvement Update: Helping Developers Harden Their Apps, One Thwarted Vulnerability At A Time
28th Feb 2019 [22 days ago] from Google Security
Posted by Patrick Mutchler and Meghan Kelly, Android Security & Privacy Team[Cross-posted from the Android Developers Blog]Helping Android app developers build secure apps, free of known vulnerabilities, means helping the overall ecosystem...
In 2019, Cryptomining Just Might Have An Even Better Year
28th Feb 2019 [22 days ago] from DarkReading
The practice today is so pervasive that cryptojacking scripts are said to be running on an estimated 3% of all sites that users visit.
Stay Ahead Of The Curve By Using AI In Compliance
27th Feb 2019 [23 days ago] from DarkReading
Although human oversight is required, advanced technologies built on AI will become pivotal in building safer financial markets and a safer world.
Software Vulnerabilities Are Becoming More Numerous, Less Understood
27th Feb 2019 [23 days ago] from TechRepublic
Operating a database of software vulnerabilities is a challenging undertaking, according to private vulnerability database operator Risk Based Security.
New Detection Method Identifies Cryptomining And Other Fileless Malware Attacks
27th Feb 2019 [23 days ago] from TechRepublic
SentinelOne and Intel announced a new method to detect cryptomining and cryptojacking attacks using hardware-based detection technology.
Embracing DevSecOps: 5 Processes To Improve DevOps Security
27th Feb 2019 [23 days ago] from DarkReading
In the cyber threat climate of the 21st century, sticking with DevOps is no longer an option.
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