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Communication, Communication – And Politics: Iowa Saga Of Cuffed Infosec Pros Reveals Pentest Pitfalls
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Tales from the coal face as experts reflect on what can possibly go wrong on the job Analysis  It has been six weeks since Coalfires Gary Demercurio and Justin Wynn were nabbed in Dallas County, Iowa, while performing a paid-for security...
Morrisons Tells Top Court Its Not Liable For Staffer Who Nicked Payroll Data Of 100,000 Employees
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Supermarket takes appeal to most senior legal eagles Brit supermarket Morrisons is arguing in the Supreme Court that it shouldnt be held vicariously liable for the actions of a rogue employee who stole and leaked the companys...
Were Almost Into The Third Decade Of The 21st Century And Were Still Grading Security Bugs Out Of 10 Like Kids. Why?
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Infosec veteran Marc Rogers on why we need a better system to rate vulnerabilities Disclosure  The way we rate the severity of computer security vulnerabilities and bugs needs to change if people and businesses want to be better protected...
Microsoft Crams Office 365 Docs Into Edge-style Sandboxes To Thwart Malware Infections
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Your guide to some of the security enhancements announced this week Ignite  Amid the flood of news from Microsofts Ignite conference in Florida this week, Redmond dropped word of several new features and additions to its cloud services...
Ex-Twitter Staff Charged With Spying For Saudi Royals: Duo Accused Of Leaking Account Records, Including Those Of Critics
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
One cuffed by Feds this week Two now-ex Twitter employees have been charged with spying on behalf of Saudi Arabia – after they allegedly leaked internal records for accounts linked to critics of the Saudi royal family, including the assassinated...
A Strangers TV Went On Spending Spree With My Amazon Account – And Web Giant Did Nothing About It For Months
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Crook exploited security hole, hijacked punters bank cards A fraudster exploited a bizarre weakness in Amazons handling of customer devices to hijack a netizens account and go on multiple spending sprees with their bank cards, were told.…...
Cyber-security Super-brain Rudy Giuliani Forgets Password, Bricks IPhone, Begs Apple Store Staff For Help
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
What do you expect from Mister Truth isnt truth? The month after Rudy Giuliani was named the US president’s cybersecurity adviser, the former mayor of New York queued up outside an Apple Store in San Francisco to get staff to reset his...
ProtonMail Shoves Its IOS Apps Source Code On GitHub For World+dog To Rummage Around In
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Lets all have a code audi- oh, wait, they did that already Encrypted email biz ProtonMail has open-sourced the code for its iOS app, having paid for a code audit that says theres nothing wrong with it.…
Radio Nerd Who Sipped NHS Pager Messages Then Streamed Them Via Webcam May Have Committed A Crime
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Our old friend the Investigatory Powers Act says so A radio electronics geek has been caught eavesdropping on NHS medics pager messages, translating the signals into text while broadcasting them on the internet via a publicly available...
Belgian City Slurps Mobile Data To Track Visitors
7th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Local regulator says it hasnt approved scheme. Meanwhile, Spain up to similar tricks Updated  The Belgian city of Kortrijk in West Flanders is using data provided by a mobile phone company to count the number of people present in the town...
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