Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist and 2016 campaign manager for President Donald Trump, and three others have been indicted on federal wire fraud and money laundering charges for allegedly fleecing online donors who contributed money to a campaign to build a wall along the U.S. southern border.
A patching effort has been underway for six months to upgrade Thales wireless communication modules that are embedded in millions of IoT devices, including insulin pumps and smart meters. Left unpatched, a vulnerability in the modules could allow attackers to control devices, IBM warns.
To build a successful vulnerability disclosure program, avoid thinking of it as quick-fix "bug bounty Botox," and instead focus on building positive relationships with the security community, hiring top-notch talent and "building a sustainable ecosystem," says Luta Security's Katie Moussouris.
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Never store hardcoded credentials in code uploaded to public-facing GitHub repositories, and make sure none of your business associates are doing that. Those are just two takeaways from a new report that describes how nine organizations were inadvertently exposing health records for at least 150,000 patients.
The genie is out of the bottle - and working remotely. Global enterprises have fundamentally and permanently changed the way they work. What does this mean as we plan for 2021, and how can organizations automate many of their remaining manual processes? Kelsey Nelson of Okta shares insights.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing big businesses to rethink their security plans. For example, the National Football League is experimenting with "zero trust" architectures, while Jet Blue is focusing on more frequent risk assessments.
A P2P botnet dubbed "FritzFrog" has breached about 500 SSH servers, infecting universities in the U.S. and Europe and a railway company in an effort to plant cryptomining malware, Guardicore Labs reports. The botnet has also tried to infect banks, medical centers, governmental offices and others.
Implementing an adaptive, risk-based authentication process for remote system access is proving effective as more staff members work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, says Ant Allan, a vice president and analyst at Gartner.
The Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday released its fifth and final report on Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 election, providing more details on how Russian hackers resided on Democratic National Commitee servers for months and citing shortcomings in the FBI's investigation.
State and local governments are better equipped to ensure election security than they were four years ago, says Christopher Krebs, director of CISA, who calls on election officials to serve as "risk managers." His comments came at ISMG's Cybersecurity Virtual Summit.