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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/22/2019
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO), which provides auditing, evaluation and investigative services for Congress, has issued a report on Internet data privacy. Two years in the making, the report suggests that "Comprehensive Internet privacy legislation that establishes specific standards and includes traditional notice-and-comment rulemaking ...
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/21/2019
Symantec has released their new Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) for 2019, and attacks are in bloom.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/20/2019
CrowdStrike, the US security firm, has this week issued the "2019 CrowdStrike Global Threat Report."
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Joe Stanganelli Managing Director, Blackwood King LC, | 2/20/2019
Digital transformation almost always demands cloud transformation. Even in 2019, however, cloud initiatives carry security risks that can't be ignored; cloud is simply too big for mere humans to tend to.
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Joe Stanganelli Managing Director, Blackwood King LC, | 2/19/2019
When it comes to the rising zero-day threat, IT-security organizations may have no one to blame but themselves and their poor attitudes toward data stewardship.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/18/2019
A security problem with runC that could allow attackers to escape Linux containers and obtain unauthorized, root- level access to the host operating system is on the move.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/15/2019
Cisco Umbrella is said by the company to protect users from connecting to malicious sites on the Internet and analyzes over 175 billion domain name system (DNS) requests daily.
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Marzena Fuller Chief Security Officer, SignalFx, | 2/14/2019
The top five security breaches discovered in 2018 affected over 2 billion users' records (Aadhar -- 1.1B, Marriot -- 500M, Exactis -- 340M, Twitter -- 330M, MyFitnessPal -- 150M) and included highly sensitive data -- from names and DOBs to credit card and passport numbers. So what have we learned about the categories of companies targeted, the data ...
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Larry Loeb Author, | 2/14/2019
Malware has typically used files that it makes resident on a target machine to carry out an attack. But another class of malware called "fileless" does the opposite. The attack that the malware causes does not touch the disk of the target, loading the malware instructions only into memory.
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