Cybersecurity News


Out at Sea, With No Way to Navigate: Admiral James Stavridis Talks Cybersecurity

Out at Sea, With No Way to Navigate: Admiral James Stavridis Talks Cybersecurity The former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO gives Dark Reading his take on the greatest cyber threats our nation and its businesses face today.
06 March 2020

Spread of Coronavirus-Themed Cyberattacks Persists with New Attacks

Spread of Coronavirus-Themed Cyberattacks Persists with New Attacks In cybersecurity circles, the Coronavirus is spurring anxiety over the virtual abuse of the deadly disease by scammers.
06 March 2020

Spread of Coronavirus-Themed Cyberattacks Persists with New Attacks

Spread of Coronavirus-Themed Cyberattacks Persists with New Attacks In cybersecurity circles, the Coronavirus is spurring anxiety over the virtual abuse of the deadly disease by scammers.
06 March 2020

Siemens Shares Incident Response Playbook for Energy Infrastructure

The playbook simulates a cyberattack on the energy industry to educate regulators, utilities, and IT and OT security experts.
06 March 2020

Former DHS official charged with theft of confidential government software, databases

Former DHS Acting Inspector General accused of stealing DHS software in an attempt to make a profit by reselling it back to the US government.
06 March 2020

Critical Zoho Zero-Day Flaw Disclosed

Critical Zoho Zero-Day Flaw Disclosed A Zoho zero day vulnerability and proof of concept (PoC) exploit code was disclosed on Twitter.
06 March 2020

Critical Zoho Zero-Day Flaw Disclosed

Critical Zoho Zero-Day Flaw Disclosed A Zoho zero day vulnerability and proof of concept (PoC) exploit code was disclosed on Twitter.
06 March 2020

Week in security with Tony Anscombe

ESET research into the Guildma banking trojan – What can you do to stay safe from online fraud – Why become a cybersecurity professional

The post Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

06 March 2020

Securing Our Elections Requires Change in Technology, People & Attitudes

Increasing security around our election process and systems will take a big effort from many different parties. Here's how.
06 March 2020

Physical Flaws: Intel's Root-of-Trust Issue Mostly Mitigated

An insider, or security expert with physical access, can compromise the hardware protections of Intel chips sold in the past five years.
06 March 2020

Virgin Media data leak exposes details of almost 1 million people

The misconfigured database was accessed by an unauthorized party on at least one occasion

The post Virgin Media data leak exposes details of almost 1 million people appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

06 March 2020

Zoho zero-day published on Twitter

Security experts fear the bug may be soon exploited by ransomware gangs.
06 March 2020

Microsoft: 99.9% of compromised accounts did not use multi-factor authentication

Only 11% of all enterprise accounts use a MFA solution overall.
06 March 2020

Virgin Media exposes data of 900,000 users via unprotected marketing database

UK telephone, television, and internet provider Virgin Media discloses data leak.
05 March 2020

3 Data Breaches Disclosed This Week: J.Crew, T-Mobile, and Carnival

The separate incidents show how data theft knows no market-based limits.
05 March 2020

One of Roman Abramovich's companies got hit by ransomware

Steel maker EVRAZ's North American operations are down after an infection with the Ryuk ransomware.
05 March 2020

Attackers Distributing Malware Under Guise of Security Certificate Updates

Approach is a twist to the old method of using fake software, browser updates, Kaspersky says.
05 March 2020

Zynga Faces Lawsuit Over Massive Words with Friends Breach

Zynga Faces Lawsuit Over Massive Words with Friends Breach Meanwhile, breach incidents have hit Carnival Cruise Lines, T-Mobile and J. Crew customers.
05 March 2020

Zynga Faces Lawsuit Over Massive Words with Friends Breach

Zynga Faces Lawsuit Over Massive Words with Friends Breach Meanwhile, breach incidents have hit Carnival Cruise Lines, T-Mobile and J. Crew customers.
05 March 2020

Contacts of 1m Virgin Media customers left on unsecured database

Contacts of 1m Virgin Media customers left on unsecured database

At least one person from outside Virgin Media accessed non-financial details

Almost a million Virgin Media customers had their personal details stored on a marketing database that had been left unsecured since last April, the company has admitted.

Records show that the database has been accessed by at least one person from outside the company, Virgin Media said, although it does not yet have any evidence that the information has been used illegally.

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05 March 2020