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Larry Loeb Author, | 6/20/2019
Certificate Authorities (CAs) are continually getting requests from threat actors who want certificates that they aren't entitled to so that their criminal schemes may be furthered.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/3/2019
In the Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study, Accenture and Ponemon Institute say that they are analyzing the latest cost numbers of cybercrime to try and help leaders to better target security investments and resources. They interviewed 2,647 senior leaders from 355 companies and drew on the experience and expertise of the Accenture Security ...
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Larry Loeb Author, | 4/26/2019
The enterprise looks like a piggybank for cyber criminals these days. The Malwarebytes Labs Cybercrime Tactics and Techniques Q1 2019 report (PDF) found in just one year, threats aimed at corporate targets have increased by 235%. Trojans, such as Emotet, and ransomware were the most likely attacks.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/28/2019
Security vendor SonicWall has issued its SonicWall Cyber Threat Report based on its experiences in 2018. It's based on "real-world data" gathered by the SonicWall Capture Threat Network, according to the company. There are more than 1 million security sensors in nearly 215 countries and territories involved in the network.
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Alan Zeichick Principal Analyst, Camden Associates, | 3/14/2019
The corporate network used to be comprised of a small number of large computational devices: servers, desktops, laptops, switches, routers. That's like, so 2010. Today, enterprises are dealing with a proliferation of connected devices that probably aren't dedicated to computing -- think video cameras, inventory sensors, machine tools, thermostats and ...
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/12/2019
Security researchers from Ohio State University, Leidos and FireEye were curious if users' opinions about a discovered threat severity that were expressed online aligned with the expert judgments that finally evolved about those threats.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/7/2019
At the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, the National Security Agency released to the public one of its internal tools, Ghidra 9.0, which is used for software reverse engineering. The NSA has been using it internally for a decade.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 3/5/2019
Researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts and the University of Lubeck in Germany have published a paper, "SPOILER: Speculative Load Hazards Boost Rowhammer and Cache Attacks," that is really bad news for Intel.
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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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