Monthly Archives: December 2020
An exposed AWS bucket left hundreds of thousands of student-related records exposed to the internet, but officials from the non-profit say most of the data was old and obsolete.
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The report found that the bad threat actors primarily used common attack paths, such as SQL injection, local file inclusion and cross-site scripting.
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What might go down as the most consequential story of the year for the cybersecurity community only surfaced in December. And yet, experts predict years of clean up, both physical and political, and potential shifts in how the nation secures the supply chain.
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Ticketmaster tried to steal both a client and design ideas from a competitor by logging into the back-end system with a former employer’s login credentials.
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Enhanced email security? Growth of digital identities? Vulnerability management born from mergers and acquisitions? Here, cybersecurity experts offer their take on what strategic shifts we should expect within the enterprise.
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The potential number of systems is staggering: There are 5.5 million MySQL, Tomcat, Jenkins, and WebLogic devices connected to the internet that could be vulnerable.
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The deal, and implication of more to come, hint at increased hunger for third-party security auditing services in the face of worsening cybercrime, and an increasingly complex regulatory compliance landscape.
While much is speculative, a few aspects of how the government’s information security interactions with the private sector have begun to crystalize.
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Of particular concern among some cybersecurity experts is the fact that the company took several months to report to the incidents, which stemmed from unauthorized access to servers from overseas offices.
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