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Phishing Today, Deepfakes Tomorrow: Training Employees to Spot This Emerging Threat
Ian Cruxton, CSO, CallsignCommentary
Cybercriminals are evolving their tactics, and the security community anticipates voice and video fraud to play a role in one of the next big data breaches -- so start protecting your business now.
By Ian Cruxton CSO, Callsign, 1/16/2020
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CISO Resigns From Pete Buttigieg Presidential Campaign
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
The only Democratic campaign known to have a CISO loses Mick Baccio due to a "fundamental philosophical difference with campaign management."
By Dark Reading Staff , 1/16/2020
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ISACs Join Forces to Secure the Travel Industry
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
Together, the Travel & Hospitality ISAC and the Retail & Hospitality ISAC intend to improve communications and collaboration about the evolving threat landscape.
By Dark Reading Staff , 1/15/2020
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6 Traits to Develop for Cybersecurity Success
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading
Cultivate these half-dozen qualities and watch your career soar.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 12/20/2019
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How a Password-Free World Could Have Prevented the Biggest Breaches of 2019
Ori Eisen, Founder & CEO at TrusonaCommentary
If history has taught us anything, it's that hackers can (and will) compromise passwords. Innovation in authentication technology is poised to change that in the coming year.
By Ori Eisen Founder & CEO at Trusona, 12/19/2019
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5 Security Resolutions to Prevent a Ransomware Attack in 2020
Shawn Taylor, Senior Systems Engineer at ForeScoutCommentary
Proactively consider tools to detect anomalous behavior, automatically remediate, and segment threats from moving across the network.
By Shawn Taylor Senior Systems Engineer at ForeScout, 12/18/2019
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Your First Month as a CISO: Forming an Information Security Program
Lenny Zeltser, Chief Information Security Officer at AxoniusCommentary
It's easy to get overwhelmed in your new position, but these tips and resources will help you get started.
By Lenny Zeltser Chief Information Security Officer at Axonius, 12/18/2019
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Higher Degree, Higher Salary? Not for Some Security Pros
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Turns out, skill beats experience and an academic degree doesn't guarantee higher compensation for five security positions.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 12/17/2019
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Talking to the Board about Cybersecurity
Bill Ruckelshaus, CFO, ExtraHopCommentary
A chief financial officer shares five winning strategies for an effective board-level conversation about right-sizing risk.
By Bill Ruckelshaus CFO, ExtraHop, 12/17/2019
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Don't Make Security Training a 'One-and-Done'
Dennis Dillman, VP of Security Awareness at Barracuda NetworksCommentary
How to move beyond one-off campaigns and build a true security awareness program.
By Dennis Dillman VP of Security Awareness at Barracuda Networks, 12/17/2019
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Lessons from the NSA: Know Your Assets
Robert Lemos, Contributing WriterNews
Chris Kubic worked at the National Security Agency for the past 32 years, finishing his tenure as CISO. He talks about lessons learned during his time there and what they mean for the private sector.
By Robert Lemos Contributing Writer, 12/12/2019
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5 Tips for Keeping Your Security Team on Target
Joshua Goldfarb, Independent ConsultantCommentary
In nearly every security environment, competing priorities are a constant battleground. Here's how to keep the focus on what's important.
By Joshua Goldfarb Independent Consultant, 12/11/2019
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Success Enablers or Silent Killers?
Douglas Ferguson, Founder & CTO, Pharos SecurityCommentary
These five success enablers will help CISOs report, measure, and demonstrate ROI to the C-suite.
By Douglas Ferguson Founder & CTO, Pharos Security, 12/6/2019
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Navigating Security in the Cloud
Diya Jolly, Chief Product Officer, OktaCommentary
Underestimating the security changes that need to accompany a shift to the cloud could be fatal to a business. Here's why.
By Diya Jolly Chief Product Officer, Okta, 12/4/2019
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What Security Leaders Can Learn from Marketing
Christopher Kenessey, Chief Executive Officer at NetMotion SoftwareCommentary
Employees can no longer be pawns who must be protected all the time. They must become partners in the battle against threats.
By Christopher Kenessey Chief Executive Officer at NetMotion Software, 12/3/2019
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Cybersecurity Team Holiday Guide: 2019 Gag Gift Edition
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer
Make your favorite security experts laugh with these affordable holiday gifts.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, 12/2/2019
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5 Ways to Champion and Increase Your 2020 Security Budget
George Wrenn, Founder and CEO, CyberSaint SecurityCommentary
Give your organization's leadership an impactful, out-of-office experience so they know what's at stake with their budgeting decisions.
By George Wrenn Founder and CEO, CyberSaint Security, 11/26/2019
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6 Top Nontechnical Degrees for Cybersecurity
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading
A computer science degree isn't the only path into a cybersecurity career.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 11/21/2019
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The 'Department of No': Why CISOs Need to Cultivate a Middle Way
Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security & Trust OfficerCommentary
A chief information security officer's job inherently involves conflict, but a go-along-to-get-along approach carries its own vulnerabilities and risks.
By Malcolm Harkins Chief Security & Trust Officer, 11/21/2019
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Employee Privacy in a Mobile Workplace
Michael J. Covington, Vice President of Product Strategy at WanderaCommentary
Why businesses need guidelines for managing their employees' personal information -- without compromising on security.
By Michael J. Covington Vice President of Product Strategy at Wandera, 11/20/2019
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CVE-2020-5397
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-17
Spring Framework, versions 5.2.x prior to 5.2.3 are vulnerable to CSRF attacks through CORS preflight requests that target Spring MVC (spring-webmvc module) or Spring WebFlux (spring-webflux module) endpoints. Only non-authenticated endpoints are vulnerable because preflight requests should not incl...
CVE-2019-17635
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-17
Eclipse Memory Analyzer version 1.9.1 and earlier is subject to a deserialization vulnerability if an index file of a parsed heap dump is replaced by a malicious version and the heap dump is reopened in Memory Analyzer. The user must chose to reopen an already parsed heap dump with an untrusted inde...
CVE-2019-19339
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-17
It was found that the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 kpatch update did not include the complete fix for CVE-2018-12207. A flaw was found in the way Intel CPUs handle inconsistency between, virtual to physical memory address translations in CPU's local cache and system software's Paging structure entries...
CVE-2007-6070
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-17
** REJECT ** DO NOT USE THIS CANDIDATE NUMBER. ConsultIDs: CVE-2008-1382. Reason: This candidate is a reservation duplicate of CVE-2008-1382. Notes: All CVE users should reference CVE-2008-1382 instead of this candidate. All references and descriptions in this candidate have been removed to prevent ...
CVE-2019-17634
PUBLISHED: 2020-01-17
Eclipse Memory Analyzer version 1.9.1 and earlier is subject to a cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability when generating an HTML report from a malicious heap dump. The user must chose todownload, open the malicious heap dump and generate an HTML report for the problem to occur. The heap dump could...