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Before You High-five Yourselves For Setting Up That Bug Bounty, Youve Got The Staff In Place To Actually Deal With Security, Right?
6th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Katie Moussouris speaks out on modern-day flaw finding and infosec jobs Disclosure  Bug-bounty pioneer Katie Moussouris has urged companies to hire the necessary staff to handle vulnerability disclosures before diving headlong into handing...
Peregrine Falcon-style Drone Swarms Could Help Defend UK Against Gatwick Copycat Attacks
5th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
MoD offshoot names winners who dipped into £2m anti-drone ideas pot o gold The British government has funded 18 anti-drone projects as part of its £2m push to stop a repeat of the Gatwick drone fiasco of 2018 – including a friendly...
Concerns Raised Over Privacy And Security Of UK Home Offices £842m Biometrics Programme
5th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Plans to aggregate it with other databases should be discussed, says ethics group Updated  An independent ethical advice group has raised concerns about the UK Home Offices £842m Biometrics programme, which will store millions of peoples...
Three UK Does It Again: Random Folk On Network Website Are Still Seeing Others Account Data
5th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Once is an unfortunate cockup. Twice needs stamping on British telco Three UK has once again let random people viewing its homepage view its customers account details as if they were logged in, exposing personal and billing data to casual...
PSA: Turning Off Silent Macros In Office For Mac Leaves Users Wide Open To Silent Macro Attacks
5th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Microsoft seems a bit hazy on what disable actually means A security hole in Office for Mac can be exploited by miscreants to potentially run malicious code on victims shiny computers without anyone noticing.…
Ransomware Freezes Govt IT In Canadian Territory Of Nunavut, Drops Citizens Right Inuit
4th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
As US picks up its game, scumbags seek new targets A malware infection has crippled the IT operations in the remote Canadian territory of Nunavut.…
DoHnt Believe The Hype! You Are Being Lied To By Data-hungry ISPs, Mozilla Warns Lawmakers
4th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Resistance to DNS-over-HTTPS deserves investigation into info-gobbling habits Mozilla has asked American politicians to probe the data-collecting policies of US broadband giants, claiming the ISPs made false statements to derail DNS-over-HTTPS...
In A World Of Infosec Rockstars, Shutting Down Sexual Harassment Is Hard Work For Victims
4th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
How a close-knit hero-worshiping culture can make reporting abusers difficult – and how help is at hand Cassie was studying for the computer security industry qualification CISSP when the harassment started.…
Please Tell Us Why Youre Not Securing Yourselves, UK.gov Asks Businesses
4th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Has collective amnesia about stance on end-to-end encryption The British government wants your bright ideas for improving the nations cybersecurity because it wants to "understand the apparent lack of strong commercial rationale for investment"...
Chrome Bug Squashed, QNAP NAS Nasty Hits, BlueKeep Malware Spreads, And More
4th Nov 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Including Spanish camgirl sites spill info, domain registrars hacked Roundup  Lets check out some of the more recent security happenings beyond what weve already covered.…
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