An A-list of cyber experts, including former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, has put its weight behind U.S. CyberDome, a nonpartisan initiative to protect presidential campaigns against foreign influence. Matthew Barrett, a former NIST leader and co-founder of CyberDome, outlines how this group is gearing up.
The experiences of two healthcare organizations that are still recovering from recent ransomware attacks after they refused to pay a ransom illustrate the challenges these incidents pose long after the initial attack.
Deception technology is attractive in that it offers - in theory - low false positives and critical clues to attackers' methodologies. But the benefits depend on its ability to fool attackers and whether organizations can spare the time to fine-tune it.
A South Korean company that makes a biometric access control platform exposed fingerprint, facial recognition data and personal information after leaving an Elasticsearch database open, security researchers say. They found 23GB of data belonging to organizations that use Suprema's BioStar 2 system.
There is a key shift in the
threat landscape as attackers focus more on attacking
key endpoints and infrastructure. As a result, many
organizations are developing security blind spots.
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Shifts in threat activity;
Blind spots in cyber defenses & how to regain...
Microsoft has released a set of patches for two newly discovered BlueKeep-like vulnerabilities in a number of Windows operating systems. The "wormable" bugs in remote desktop services permit propagation of malware from one compromised device to others, the company reports.
Choice Hotels says about 700,000 guest records were exposed after one of its vendors copied data from its systems. Fraudsters discovered the unsecured database and tried to hold the hotel chain to ransom, which it ignored.
Today, the CISO, CEO and board all want to know, ""Where are we exposed?"
Answering this question means having complete visibility into the attack surface - not just traditional IT infrastructure, but every networked asset (e.g., cloud, containers, IoT and even OT). It means seeing every vulnerability.
With the number of vulnerabilities on the rise, and their severity increasing, how can you identify the biggest cyber threats to your business - and know what to fix first?
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Overwhelmed by the number of vulnerabilities your team faces? Uncertain which cyber threats pose the greatest risk to your business? You're not alone. Cybersecurity leaders have been grappling with these challenges for years - and the problem keeps getting worse.
On average, enterprises find 870 vulnerabilities per...