Security Stack Sheet #80

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Word of the week “Security Predictions for 2020” [email protected]″> Complex (these are only small excerpts): Attackers will outpace incomplete and hurried patches. Cybercriminals will turn to blockchain platforms for their transactions in the underground. Banking systems will be in the crosshairs with open banking and ATM malware. Deepfakes will be the next frontier for enterprise….

Security Stack Sheet #79

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Word of the week “Security Absolutism” Last month, Disney launched their new streaming service Disney+; “The best stories in the world, all in one place”, apparently. The service was obviously rather popular because within days the tech (and mainstream) headlines were proclaiming that thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts were already for sale on hacking forums. This is….

Security Stack Sheet #78

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Word of the week “The Holiday Phish”: 39% of Employees Gave Away Their Passwords to This Simulated Phishing Email [email protected]″> Link HERE Word of the week special “Crypto Can Be Cracked … Through Walls” Watch out for those side channels. The cracking of encryption keys has often involved brute force methods or targeting flaws in….

Security Stack Sheet #77

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Word of the week “You build it, you run it, and you secure it” To truly empower developers to own the security of their own applications, CSOs and CIOs should think about this in a broader sense. Increasing use of containers and cloud-native tools for enterprise applications introduces disruption to existing security models, in four main….

Security Stack Sheet #76

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Word of the week “Rogue AI” Links HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE Solve rogue AI riddle HERE Word of the week special “Cloud Workload Protection Platform” “The market for Cloud Workload Protection Platforms CWPPs is defined by workload-centric security protection solutions, which are typically agent-based. They address the unique….