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Security Executives Respond to Uber Breach News
Last Message: 12/17/2017
  Comments: 32
Ted Schlein Hates Passwords
Last Message: 12/16/2017
  Comments: 62
Uber Loses Customer Data: Customers Yawn & Keep Riding
Last Message: 12/16/2017
  Comments: 31
Cloud Security Is an Enterprise Responsibility Report
Last Message: 12/15/2017
  Comments: 1
enSilo Researchers: Your NTFS Transactions Belong to Us
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 6
It's Inevitable: You've Been Hacked
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 3
DDoS Attacks Trend in a Bad Direction
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 2
Major Apple Flaw Found, Fixed & Still Dangerous
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 12
The Face of Enterprise Security
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 14
Surviving the Holiday Bot Security Surge
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 6
Equifax Breach Points to Similar Security Concerns Report
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 2
Global Security Spending Will Top $96B in 2018 Report
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 2
More Security Might Not Cure Ransomware
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 11
Startup Attivo Advocates for 'Deceptive' Security Protection
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 5
Intel Management Engine Has a Big Problem
Last Message: 12/13/2017
  Comments: 9
Machine Learning for Ransomware Defense
Last Message: 12/12/2017
  Comments: 7
Crypto Wars: The Show That Never Ends
Last Message: 12/12/2017
  Comments: 8
Device Servers May Have Leaked Telnet Passwords for Years
Last Message: 12/12/2017
  Comments: 2
Keys to Moving Security to the Cloud
Last Message: 12/11/2017
  Comments: 1
Security Lessons From Japanese Castles
Last Message: 12/11/2017
  Comments: 1
Too Many Alerts: A Holiday Infosec Horror Story
Last Message: 12/11/2017
  Comments: 1
The Security Risk Lurking in the Board of Directors
Last Message: 12/10/2017
  Comments: 2
Identity Issues: A Friday Haiku
Last Message: 12/6/2017
  Comments: 3
PreVeil Pushes Encryption Past the End
Last Message: 11/29/2017
  Comments: 1
AI Prepares for Security Spotlight
Last Message: 11/29/2017
  Comments: 1
Common Sense Means Rethinking NIST Password Rules
Last Message: 11/28/2017
  Comments: 2
Should Enterprise Security Go On the Attack?
Last Message: 11/28/2017
  Comments: 7
Aporeto Launches Zero Trust Security Solution
Last Message: 11/28/2017
  Comments: 1
Friday Haiku: A Shopping Chill
Last Message: 11/28/2017
  Comments: 6
Quad9 Brings Secure DNS to the Masses
Last Message: 11/28/2017
  Comments: 1
Kaspersky Takes on 2018
Last Message: 11/21/2017
  Comments: 2
A New Fence: The Software-Defined Perimeter
Last Message: 11/21/2017
  Comments: 5
iPhone's Facial Recognition Shows Cracks
Last Message: 11/19/2017
  Comments: 1
Barracuda Launches Next-Gen Cloud Firewalls
Last Message: 11/19/2017
  Comments: 1
New Research: Phishing Is Worse Than You Thought
Last Message: 11/13/2017
  Comments: 4
No Lock-Pick Required: The Friday Haiku
Last Message: 11/12/2017
  Comments: 1
GDPR: Broad, Complex & Coming Soon
Last Message: 11/10/2017
  Comments: 1
Security Must Stand Up to Bullying, Harassment
Last Message: 11/9/2017
  Comments: 1
The 5 Nightmare (Breaches) Before Halloween
Last Message: 11/8/2017
  Comments: 7
This Aggressive Panda Steals Your Credentials
Last Message: 11/8/2017
  Comments: 2
The Simplicity of a Wordpress Hack
Last Message: 11/7/2017
  Comments: 18
GPS Comes Under Spoofing Attack
Last Message: 11/7/2017
  Comments: 2
Friday Haiku: Snow-Capped Mountains
Last Message: 11/7/2017
  Comments: 7
Gladius Brings Distributed Defense to DDoS
Last Message: 11/7/2017
  Comments: 1
CAPTCHA Is Vulnerable
Last Message: 11/7/2017
  Comments: 22
New Ransomware Attack Targets Japan
Last Message: 11/6/2017
  Comments: 4
WannaCry Was an Avoidable Mess for NHS
Last Message: 11/5/2017
  Comments: 2
Open Source is Getting Safer
Last Message: 11/4/2017
  Comments: 6
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A recently discovered flaw in Microsoft's Office 365 suite could meant that a business's so-called "stealthy admins" could compromise security without even realizing it.
BGPMON researchers have found that Russian DNS servers redirected Internet traffic through Russia several times earlier this month. The question is whether it's a test or a harbinger of things to come.
Of all the breaches, malware and ransomware that security researchers saw this year, WannaCry had the greatest effect, according to Kaspersky Labs.
A pair of researchers from enSilo have disclosed how they created a new vulnerability within Windows-based systems that can compromise NTFS transactions, and the worst part is that security vendors are not prepared.
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