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Phishing For Apples, Bobbing For Links
13th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Anyone searching for a primer on how to spot clever phishing links need look no further than those targeting customers of Apple, whose brand by many measures has emerged as the most targeted. Past stories here have examined how scammers...
Alleged Member Of Neo-Nazi Swatting Group Charged
10th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Federal investigators on Friday arrested a Virginia man accused of being part of a neo-Nazi group that targeted hundreds of people in "swatting" attacks, wherein fake bomb threats, hostage situations and other violent scenarios were phoned...
Connected Cars: How To Improve Their Connection To Cybersecurity
10th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
With software becoming more important than ever, how can engaging the security industry help make the road ahead less winding? The post Connected cars: How to improve their connection to cybersecurity appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Senators Prod FCC To Act On SIM Swapping
9th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Crooks have stolen tens of millions of dollars and other valuable commodities from thousands of consumers via "SIM swapping," a particularly invasive form of fraud that involves tricking a targets mobile carrier into transferring someones...
Changing The Monolith—Part 1: Building Alliances For A Secure Culture
9th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from Microsoft
Digital transformation is a daunting task. In this series, I explore how change is possible when addressing the components of people, process, and technology that make up the organization. The post Changing the monolith—Part 1: Building...
SAIGON, The Mysterious Ursnif Fork
9th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from FireEye Research
Ursnif (aka Gozi/Gozi-ISFB) is one of the oldest banking malwarefamilies still in active distribution. While the first major versionof Ursnif was identified in 2006, several subsequent versions havebeen released in large part due source...
Mozilla Rushes Out Patch For Firefox Zero‑day
9th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
The US cybersecurity agency warns that the critical vulnerability could allow attackers to take control of peoples computers The post Mozilla rushes out patch for Firefox zero‑day appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
CES – Taking A Smart City For A Test Drive
8th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
No one has a road map for securing a connected city – but there should be a whole atlas of such maps The post CES – Taking a smart city for a test drive appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Microsoft 365 Helps Governments Adopt A Zero Trust Security Model
8th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from Microsoft
With Microsoft 365 security services, governments can take confident steps to adopt a Zero Trust approach to cybersecurity. The post Microsoft 365 helps governments adopt a Zero Trust security model appeared first on Microsoft...
Tricky Phish Angles For Persistence, Not Passwords
7th Jan 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Late last year saw the re-emergence of a nasty phishing tactic that allows the attacker to gain full access to a users data stored in the cloud without actually stealing the account password. The phishing lure starts with a link that leads...
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