October 11, 2017
Lauren McKenna, deltarisk.com, September 29, 2017
We are excited to be a 2017 champion. Throughout NCSAM, we will post blogs that address weekly themes to further educate and spread awareness around important cyber security topics./p>
Catalin Cimpanu, bleepingcomputer.com, October 9, 2017
Two US government agencies have united forces to coordinate the creation of a new set of standards aimed at securing the process of routing of information between major Internet entities, such as Internet Service Providers, hosting providers, cloud providers, educational, research, and national networks.
Larry Karisny, govtech.com, October 6, 2017
From mismanaged encryption keys and system errors to eventual crypto cracking, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) encryption has increasingly become more difficult to maintain as the needs for these encryption services exponentially increase.
Dawn Kawamoto, darkreading.com, October 3, 2017
The majority of US workers fall short when it comes to strong knowledge of security and privacy best practices, potentially putting their companies at risk of a breach, according to a new report.
Michael Hill, infosecurity-magazine.com, October 9, 2017
Almost half of IT decision makers (ITDMs) think members of the board still do not consider cybersecurity to be a top priority, according to findings from Fortinet’s Global Enterprise Security Survey.
Mark Kuhr, forbes.com, October 5, 2017
We are a culture of “likes,” numbers and ratings. In today’s age, we have easy access to any public information on the internet, and thanks to the explosion of big data, we also have the ability to view, manipulate and compare numbers in a variety of ways.
Catalin Cimpanu, bleepingcomputer.com, October 5, 2017
Sonic Drive-In, a fast food chain with over 3,600 restaurants across the US, has acknowledged a malware breach that affected an yet unidentified number of locations. The breach came to light last week when infosec journalist Brian Krebs spotted a trove of payment card details on underground forums and card shops that appeared to come from Sonic customers.
Tracy Staton, fiercepharma.com, October 9, 2017
Anyone who’s read a Securities and Exchange Commission filing in the U.S. recognizes the risk disclosure section, where biotech and pharma companies list the pitfalls of investing in their shares. Like an investor-oriented version of the risk disclosures in drug ads, they run the gamut from garden-variety competition to political unrest in farflung markets.
John E. Dunn, nakedsecurity.sophos.com, October 5, 2017
Remember the old saying about bad things coming in threes? Flaw hunters Wordfence would probably agree with the sentiment after uncovering some nasty zero-day flaws in a trio of WordPress plugins.