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Clubhouse Promises to Get Its Security Under Control (Again)

Clubhouse—the invitation-only audio app best known for courting everyone from Elon Musk to Mark Zuckerberg—has promised to implement new safeguards after suffering its second high-profile security snafu this month. Read more...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Science, Privacy, Articles, Social Media, Software, Computing, Freeware, Internet Culture, Clubhouse, Internet Privacy, Mobile Applications, Information Security, Social Networking Services, Technology Internet

The Accellion Data Breach Seems to Be Getting Bigger

Data breaches have a tendency to grow past initially reported figures. Organizations don’t always know how screwed they are right away, investigations take time, and new victims are discovered amidst the wreckage. This is certainly proving to be the case with Accellion, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based cloud provider that…Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, Articles, Vulnerability, Data Breach, Cryptography, Security Breaches, Data Security, Computer Security, Information Governance, Palo Alto Calif, Business Finance, Information Security, Accellion, Technology Internet

The Dick Jail Is 'Safe' Again, but Use at Your Own Risk

Last October, security researchers warned that the Qiui Cellmate Chastity Cage had a serious security flaw that could allow hackers to turn a chastity device into a dick jail. Now, the device’s European distributors are saying the problem’s been fixed and your dicks are safe.Read more...
Tags: Science, Articles, Vulnerability, Cryptography, Software Testing, Cyberwarfare, Computer Security, Ring, Information Governance, Information Security, Computer Network Security, Penetration test, Qiui, Technology Internet, Qiui Cellmate Chastity Cage

Opendoor taps ex-Marine to run data security

Noah Beddome, the latest addition to Opendoor's C-suite, will run the departments that protect consumer data.
Tags: Technology, Softbank, Marine, Radio, Select, Opendoor, Information Security, Ian Wong, Noah Beddome

DoT seeks telcos, industry’s comment on ‘Open APIs for emerging technologies’

The government is asking telecom operators and industry associations about using “Open APIs for emerging technologies”, according to a document verified by two sources we spoke to. In a letter dated October 12, the Department of Telecommunications asked a select group of government and industry stakeholders for “suggestions/inputs for a holistic view” on using open APIs in emerging platforms. APIs, or Application Programming Interfaces, are software that facilitate communication between differen...
Tags: Travel, News, China, India, Policy, Telecom, National Security Council, Huawei, Ericsson, Airtel, 5g, Reliance Jio, Department of Telecommunications, Information Security, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing C DAC, Ajay Prakash Sawhney

Why Internet Privacy Has Become More Valuable During Pandemic?

Since the pandemic has hit the world, as expected, cyberattacks have increased in number and severity. As organizations have facilitated remote work, it has given cybercriminals and hackers the new opportunities to exploit uncertainty. During the pandemic, 89% of small businesses are working from home according to the research carried out by Cyber Readiness Institute. 43% of the overall cyberattacks are targeted towards small businesses which has led all of us believe that internet privacy and c...
Tags: Business, UK, China, Russia, US, Management, Ibm, North America, Right Now, SonicWall, Rawpixel, Information Security, Brett Thompson, Cyber Readiness Institute, Cybint Solutions, Efficient Services Escrow Group

The Penultimate Week of In Seclusion

This upcoming week will be the final week for the In Seclusion Podcast. It’s been a great run, and I hope that you listen to the final episodes. Last week I had a fantastic and diverse group of guests who shared their stories of life during a pandemic from the perspectives of race, changing jobs, losing their jobs, data security, and looking and writing about the future. We’ve all handled this period of seclusion differently, but we have all learned from each other at the same time. Check out l...
Tags: Podcast, Texas, Law, Uncategorized, David, Dallas, Craig, Danny, Trustee, Information Security, Jackson Walker, Joel Lytle, Danny Norris Danny Norris, Harris County Texas Department of Education, David Kamien, Mind Alliance

Hackers tried to break into WHO, which faces more than two-fold increase in cyberattacks

Hackers tried to break into the World Health Organization earlier in March, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread, Reuters reports. Security experts blame an advanced cyber-espionage hacker group known as DarkHotel. A senior agency official says the WHO has been facing a more than two-fold increase in cyberattacks since the coronavirus pandemic began. From reporting by Raphael Satter, Jack Stubbs, and Christopher Bing at Reuters: WHO Chief Information Security Officer Flavio Aggio said the identity...
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Australia sues Facebook, says Cambridge Analytica scandal violated privacy of over 300,000 Australians

In Australia, the government's information commissioner filed a lawsuit against Facebook which charges the social media giant with violating the privacy of more than 300,000 Australians ensnared in the Cambridge Analytica operation. Facebook is said to have committed serious breaches with data collected by the 'This is Your Digital Life' app used by Cambridge Analytica to politically profile Facebook users. “We consider the design of the Facebook platform meant that users were unable to exerci...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Post, Business, Politics, Technology, News, Privacy, Australia, Tech, Tech News, Josh Taylor, Cambridge Analytica, Information Security, Your Digital Life, Angelene Falk

7 Courses That Will Help You Start a Lucrative Career in Information Security

As the world becomes more interconnected by the day, more and more companies of all sizes and industries are finding themselves under attack by fearless cybercriminals who can access their entire server farms from across the globe with only a few lines of code. And it's not just private corporations that are suffering. A wide range of government agencies are also constantly under attack, and [Author: [email protected] (The Hacker News)]
Tags: Tech, Infosec, Cyber Security Awareness Training, Hacking Certification, Information Security, It Security Certification, Learn Ethical Hacking, Cyber Security Training Courses, Information Security Jobs

Research Announcement — Forrester Wave™ For Q4 Of 2019: European Cybersecurity Consulting Service Providers

We are currently considering the list of vendor participants we are planning to invite to a pre-screener for the Q4 European Cybersecurity Consulting Service Provider Wave. If you provide cybersecurity consulting services to customers headquartered in Europe and you operate in more than one key European market, with offices and substantial consulting practices based in […]
Tags: Europe, Marketing, Age Of The Customer, Information Security

The infosec reckoning has arrived

2018 represented a record year for venture capital investment into information security, but this isn’t a positive trend – and it definitely doesn’t mean we’re more secure. An unwarranted percentage of solutions being funded are not solving the problems defenders face the most. And with high numbers of lackluster information security startups failing to meet the needs of their customers, you might expect downward pressure on valuations.   Instead, 2018 also saw record valuations, both because v...
Tags: Security, San Francisco, Tech, Cisco, SSH Communications Security, Gutierrez, HIPAA, Esteban Gutierrez, Information Security, Kelly Shortridge, ForgePoint Capital, Nipitpon Singad, Getty Images Solutions, Anne Marie Zettlemoyer, Zettlemoyer

Episode 24: What Does the Federal Government Shutdown Mean for Legal Information?

With the partial government shutdown approaching one month, Marlene and Greg attempt to make some sense of what this means for those of us who rely upon the information produced by the US Government. On this episode, we have an extended talk with Emily Feltren, Director of Government Relations at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) to uncover what’s working and what’s shutdown. While the federal courts are still functioning, they are running on borrowed time, and are scheduled to r...
Tags: Security, Podcast, Florida, Law, Uncategorized, US, Aaron Swartz, Pew Research Center, Forbes, Moss, Joel, Greg, Aaron, OMB, Law Librarians, American Association of Law Libraries AALL

Czech cyber security agency warns against use of Huawei

PRAGUE (AP) — The Czech Republic's cyber security watchdog is warning against the use of products by Chinese electronics giant Huawei and another Chinese telecommunications company, ZTE.The National Cyber and Information Security... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Ap, Czech Republic, Prague, Huawei, Information Security

Two Days of Hands-on Technical Cybersecurity Training

One of the CSX 2018 North America Pre-Conference Workshops this October in Las Vegas, Nevada  An information-packed pre-conference workshop that will give you a jump start on protecting your enterprise and preparing for the next phase of your career. Gain valuable knowledge and tools while also earning CPE credit hours. Join Keatron Evans of KM Read More ...
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The Truth About Machine Learning, AI and Cybersecurity

One of the CSX 2018 North America Conference high-impact sessions this October in Las Vegas, Nevada  Almost every major vendor in the IT markets and Cybersecurity markets use the terms Machine Learning, AI, and Deep Learning as main focal points in their new marketing propaganda. What does it all mean and what impact will advances Read More ...
Tags: Marketing, Cybersecurity, Cyber Security, Cyber Hacking, ISACA, Information Security, Ethical Hacking, Savvius, Informational products Category, Chained Exploits, Hacking Attacks, Keatron Evans, Senior Security Advisor, CSX 2018 North America Conference, Las Vegas Nevada Almost

Southeast Region Certified Ethical Hacker v10 Course

Total Immersion Class With A Pass Guarantee For The New CEH v10 Certification One of the most sought-after information security courses is the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker v10 certification course. The techniques you will learn in this course are the same techniques used by malicious, black hat hackers. However, you will learn how to use Read More ...
Tags: Marketing, Cybersecurity, Cyber Security, Cyber Hacking, ISACA, Information Security, EC Council, Ethical Hacking, Savvius, Informational products Category, Chained Exploits, Hacking Attacks, Keatron Evans, Senior Security Advisor

New to CyberSecurity, Incident Response Management?

CyberSecurity with Keatron Evans Free Keatron Evans Webinar Registration:… Podcast Link: CyberSecurity with Keatron Evans Download PDF of Transcription Note: This is a transcription of an interview. It has not gone through a professional editing process and may contain grammatical errors or incorrect formatting. Transcription of Interview Joe Dager: Welcome everyone. This is Joe Dager, the Read More ...
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Watch a Live Demonstration of an Enterprise Security Breach

Find Out How The Most Secure Places In The World Get Hacked Keatron Evans is a highly regarded CyberSecurity expert and practitioner will present a fast-moving live demonstration of an enterprise security breach followed by what you can do about it at the enterprise all the way down to the personal level. After the initial Read More ...
Tags: Marketing, Cybersecurity, Cyber Security, Cyber Hacking, ISACA, Information Security, Ethical Hacking, Savvius, Informational products Category, Chained Exploits, Hacking Attacks, Keatron Evans, Senior Security Advisor

GAO-18-391, Information Security: IRS Needs to Rectify Control Deficiencies That Limit Its Effectiveness in Protecting Sensitive Financial and Taxpayer Data, July 31, 2018

What GAO Found The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has made progress in resolving a number of previously reported control deficiencies. During fiscal year 2017, the agency made improvements in...
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CyberSecurity with Keatron Evans

Keatron Evans is the Managing Partner at KM Cyber Security, LLC and responsible for global information security consulting business which includes penetration testing, incident response management/consulting, digital forensics, and training. I will be hosting a webinar with Keatron on August 20th called FIND OUT HOW THE MOST SECURE PLACES IN THE WORLD GET HACKED Keatron is also a Senior Read More ...
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My bank promoted me within months of getting my MBA. Here’s what happened

Mandeep Sedha, who’s now an Information Security and Risk Partner at Credit Suisse, didn’t have to wait long to see the benefits of her Singapore Management University (SMU) MBA –
Tags: Analysis, Credit Suisse, News &, Information Security, Singapore Management University SMU, Mandeep Sedha

Turkey: Draft Regulation Amending The Regulation On Network And Information Security In The Electronic Communications Sector - ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law

The ICTA has published the Draft Regulation Amending the Regulation on Network and Information Security in the Electronic Communications Sector, which regulates and sets forth the procedures and principles that operators must comply with.
Tags: News, Turkey, Icta, Information Security, Electronic Communications Sector

The Self-Licking Ice Cream Cone of Misery for S&R Pro’s Starts with Start Ups

Over the last 2 weeks I have been at the annual shenanigan bonanza that is RSA. I was invited to sit on a “Shark Tank” panel for emerging technology start-ups in Miami, FL.  In the span of two weeks I went from seeing the big, well-established companies, who have massive marketing budgets and millions of […]
Tags: Network Security, Ecommerce, Cybersecurity, Miami, Information Security, Security & Risk

Let’s Address Cybersecurity’s Gender Disparity

The most infuriating advice I’ve received about succeeding in cybersecurity is to, “Have a thick skin,” usually followed by, “Don’t take him seriously, he doesn’t even realize what he’s saying.” These are not words of wisdom—they’re a defense of predatory behavior that belittles the issues women face every day and normalizes sexual harassment. For my […]
Tags: Ecommerce, Technology, Uncategorized, Cybersecurity, Recruitment, Information Security, Security & Risk, Performance & Talent Management, Retention Management

The Importance of Information Security for The Healthcare Sector

With the advancement in information technology, the healthcare sector has undergone drastic changes. Most of the information in the hospitals and other healthcare providers are stored in the computers thus… Read more » (c)
Tags: Business, Cybersecurity, Healthcare, Info Tech, Information Security

5 Hot Careers in Information Systems Security

The field of information security is growing by leaps and bounds each year as more people around the world gain access to smart phones and additional computing devices.
Tags: Jobs, Career Advice, Technology Jobs, Information Security, Job Opportunities, Hot Careers in Information Systems Security

10 awesome Black Friday deals from the Boing Boing Store

To make the day after Thanksgiving a stress-free shopping experience, we’ve selected some of the best items from our online shop to be marked down for Black Friday. Check out our complete collection of Black Friday deals here. The following items are available for the lowest prices anywhere to welcome the holiday season:   TREBLAB X11 Earphones MSRP: $199 | Normal: $41.99 | Black Friday: $36.99 Buying Bluetooth earbuds is an exercise in compromise, often forcing you to choose between price, bat...
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[Interview] Brian Connell-Tombs, Founder Of CT Compliance Consulting

In today’s world where large-scale data breaches and hacks of private client information seem to be happening with increasing frequency, the issue of cybersecurity has never been more pressing to the financial industry. Knowing the protections to put in place, and particularly the relevant requirements from a regulatory perspective, is essential. And while securities firms are more aware than ever of their necessity, they may not necessarily have sufficient expertise in-house to respond to thei...
Tags: Startups, Cybersecurity, Compliance, Csa, OSC, Securities Commission, Due Diligence, Professionalisms, Information Security, Regulatory Issues, Brian Connell Tombs, Connell Tombs, CT Compliance Consulting, Ontario Securities Commission Connell Tombs, KYP, RegTech FinTech

Innovation Should Be Spelled With Two V’s

Should innovation be spelled with two v’s instead of one? With so many words starting with the letter v being so central to innovation and rolling up into two even more powerful v words, maybe we should spell it innovvation to help organizations remember to focus on the two keys to successful innovation: Value Veracity ...
Tags: Psychology, Value, Intelligence, Sociology, Innovation, Feature Of The Week, Signals, Actionable Intelligence, Information Security, Veracity