Cybersecurity News


Sprint Exposed Customer Support Site to Web

Fresh on the heels of a disclosure that Microsoft Corp. leaked internal customer support data to the Internet, mobile provider Sprint has addressed a mix-up in which posts to a private customer support community were exposed to the Web.
29 January 2020

New web service can notify companies when their employees get phished

Abuse.ch launches new "I Got Phished" web portal.
29 January 2020

9 Things Application Security Champions Need to Succeed

9 Things Application Security Champions Need to Succeed Common elements to highly effective security champion programs that take DevSecOps to the next level.
29 January 2020

9 Things Application Security Champions Need to Succeed

9 Things Application Security Champions Need to Succeed Common elements to highly effective security champion programs that take DevSecOps to the next level
29 January 2020

Pilfered Wawa Payment Card Data Now for Sale on Dark Web

The Joker's Stash underground marketplace is offering stolen payment card data from Wawa's recently disclosed data breach.
29 January 2020

How to protect your privacy from Facebook

At long last, Facebook is letting us see the data it and other companies are collecting from you -- some of which has nothing directly to do with what you're doing on Facebook.
29 January 2020

Critical Flaws in Magento e-Commerce Platform Allow Code-Execution

Critical Flaws in Magento e-Commerce Platform Allow Code-Execution Admins are encouraged to update their websites to stave off attacks from Magecart card-skimmers and others.
29 January 2020

Video: Zoom Researcher Details Web Conference Security Risks, 2020 Threats

Video: Zoom Researcher Details Web Conference Security Risks, 2020 Threats Maya Horowitz with Check Point Research discussed recently-disclosed Zoom vulnerabilities that could have opened up web conferencing meetings to hackers.
29 January 2020

Securing Containers with Zero Trust

A software identity-based approach should become a standard security measure for protecting workloads in all enterprise networks.
29 January 2020

Businesses Improve Their Data Security, But Privacy - Not So Much

While the California Consumer Privacy Act will force companies to provide a modicum of meaningful privacy, World Privacy Day still mainly celebrates data security.
29 January 2020

Threat Hunting Is Not for Everyone

Threat hunting is a sophisticated, advanced technique that should be reserved for specific instances and be conducted only by trained professionals.
29 January 2020

Why Threat Hunting Is Not for Everyone

Threat hunting is a sophisticated, advanced technique that should be reserved for specific instances and be conducted only by trained professionals.
29 January 2020

Cynet Empowers IT Resellers and Service Providers to Become Fully Qualified MSSPs

Cynet Empowers IT Resellers and Service Providers to Become Fully Qualified MSSPs Due to increasing cyber incidents, more and more organizations come to realize that outsourcing their defenses is increasing the MSSP market opportunities.
29 January 2020

Why Companies Should Care about Data Privacy Day

Marking yesterday's 14th anniversary of Europe's first data protection day reminds us how far we still have to go.
29 January 2020

PCI SSC in Brazil: New Regional Engagement Board for 2020

 

PCI SSC has announced a newly expanded Brazil Regional Engagement Board. Here we talk with PCI SSC Associate Director, LA Region for Brazil, Carlos Caetano, about the value of the board, its role and agenda for 2020.

29 January 2020

Wawa Breach May Have Affected More Than 30 Million Customers

Wawa Breach May Have Affected More Than 30 Million Customers Hefty collection of U.S. and international payment cards from the incident revealed in December found up for sale on dark-web marketplace Joker’s Stash.
29 January 2020

RCE in OpenSMTPD library impacts BSD and Linux distros

Vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-7247, can be exploited remotely over the internet.
29 January 2020

NFL, Multiple NFL Teams' Twitter Accounts Hacked and Hijacked

Hackers claiming to be from the hacktivist group OurMine temporarily took over Twitter accounts of the NFL and several teams in the league.
28 January 2020

Emerging Long-Range WAN Networks Vulnerable to Hacking, Compromise

The root keys used to protect communication on LoRaWAN infrastructure can be easily obtained, IOActive says.
28 January 2020

Emerging Long-Range WAN Networks Vulnerable to Hacking, Compromise

The root keys used to protect communication on LoRaWAN infrastructure can be easily obtained, IOActive says.
28 January 2020