Tag "cybersecurity"

New NAME:WRECK Vulnerabilities Impact Nearly 100 Million IoT Devices

Security researchers have uncovered nine vulnerabilities affecting four TCP/IP stacks impacting more than 100 million consumer and enterprise devices

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What Is a Cybersecurity Legal Practice?

Recent surveys by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) consistently reveal that one of the top concerns for general counsel at private companies is cybersecurity

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Tesla Ransomware Hacker Pleads Guilty; Swiss Hacktivist Charged for Fraud

The U.S. Department of Justice yesterday announced updates on two separate cases involving cyberattacks—a Swiss hacktivist and a Russian hacker who planned to plant malware in the Tesla company

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Can anyone become an NFT collector? I tried it to find out

This year non-fungible tokens burst into the mainstream after several digital images and animations sold for absurd amounts – so I entered the world of NFT s myself

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New Mirai Variant and ZHtrap Botnet Malware Emerge in the Wild

Cybersecurity researchers on Monday disclosed a new wave of ongoing attacks exploiting multiple vulnerabilities to deploy Mirai variants on compromised systems

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First Malware Designed for Apple M1 Chip Discovered in the Wild

One of the first malware samples tailored to run natively on Apple’s M1 chips has been discovered

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Get defensive: A cybersecurity series

Jim Montague explores the latest in industrial cybersecurity and how the COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on the need for protection

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The SolarWinds Breach Reinforces Why Boards And Audit Committees Need More Tech Expertise

With annual audits under way, the SolarWinds breach spotlights a couple of major corporate governance gaps—the

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A Cybersecurity Checklist For 2021: 6 Ways To Help You Protect Yourself In Coming Year

2020 has been a perilous challenge for everyone across the globe. It was the year of the virus, from both a biological and a digital and cybersecurity perspective

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Chinese APT Hackers Target Southeast Asian Government Institutions

Cybersecurity researchers today unveiled a complex and targeted espionage attack on potential government sector victims in South East Asia that they believe was carried out by a sophisticated Chinese APT group at least since 2018

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Is quantum computing a cybersecurity threat?

Cybersecurity researchers and analysts are rightly worried that a new type of computer, based on quantum physics rather than more standard electronics, could break most modern cryptography

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Why Cyber Security Is Still So Complex

“Consumers, businesses, and entire systems all over the world are under threat on a daily basis.” Check out the full article about Cyber Security

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A Self-Service Password Reset Project Can Be A Quick Win For IT

One support issue common to both on-premises and remote end-users is password resets and other account-related activities.

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New Report Explains COVID-19’s Impact on Cybersecurity

Most cybersecurity professionals fully anticipated that cybercriminals would leverage the fear and confusion surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic in their cyberattacks

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North Korea-Linked Hackers Are Now Spreading Their Own Ransomware

Lazarus, the elite hacking group that has been linked to the North Korean government, has launched

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Industrial VPN Flaws Could Let Attackers Target Critical Infrastructures

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered critical vulnerabilities in industrial VPN implementations primarily used to provide remote access

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17-Year-Old Critical ‘Wormable’ RCE Vulnerability Impacts Windows DNS Servers

Cybersecurity researchers disclosed today a new highly critical “wormable” vulnerability affecting Windows Server versions 2003 to 2019.

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Performance Improvements via Formally-Verified Cryptography in Firefox

Cryptographic primitives, while extremely complex and difficult to implement, audit, and validate, are critical for security on the web.

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