Blog Posts Tagged with "breach"
January 15, 2016 Added by:Luis Corrons
The most capable defense solutions must not only be centralized, but also be able to automatically block, identify, forensically profile and purge malware, even when it is veiled by legitimate programs and processes. The software needs to be smarter than the malware itself.
November 12, 2015 Added by:Emil Eifrem
Good access management requires a comprehensive and intelligent system in place for quick and accurate identification of an individual’s right to view certain information. This means a more granular and flexible approach to control is needed. This is where graph databases can help.
October 08, 2015 Added by:Peter Zavlaris
Patreon, the crowd funding website, suffered a breach late last month. The cause was an unguarded development server, which was left online. According to Patreon’s CEO, Jack Conte, the development server was accessed by a third party, and customer contact information was stolen.
June 29, 2015 Added by:Shawn Masters
Overcoming the challenges that information sharing presents will require greater collaboration across the financial industry and a focus on combined efforts rather than individual protection
January 01, 2015 Added by:Scott Garber
While evaluating the Sony hack and explosion of related press, our team discovered an eerie tie-in to the titles and taglines in Sony Pictures massive movie library, which might have been an early indicator of the inevitable breach.
December 17, 2014 Added by:Patrick Oliver Graf
Hollywood is a place that can be driven mad by star-studded gossip, where the talk of the town is rarely private and where people are accustomed to their secrets not staying secret for very long. Yet, this state of play hasn’t made it any easier for the victims of last month's cyberattack against Sony, carried out by shadowy assailants calling themselves the Guardians of Peace.
October 10, 2014 Added by:Mike Lennon
Kmart is the latest large U.S. retailer to experience a breach of its payment systems, joining a fast growing club dealing successful hack attacks that have resulted in the exposure of customer data and payment card information.
August 19, 2014 Added by:Mike Lennon
TrustedSec, citing sources familiar with the incident, said on Tuesday that the initial attack vector was through the infamous “Heartbleed” vulnerability in OpenSSL which provided the attackers a way in, eventually resulting in the compromise of patient data.
January 16, 2014 Added by:john melvin
We have no way of knowing right now what the causes of the recent Target and Neiman-Marcus data breaches are. It just raises the same questions of: does compliance with PCI standards mean that everything is secure against attacks? If an application is compliant, is that enough? It doesn’t seem to be clear whether or not a company can completely “pass the buck” to the developers and maintaine...
February 11, 2013 Added by:Steve Ragan
If you need a one off example this week of why internal policies are important, or why failure to adhere to them could spell trouble, look no further than Bit9.
December 12, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
The hackers during the operation named ProjectWhiteFox have targeted a wide range of companies operating in different sectors such as aerospace, nanotechnology, banking, law, military, education and government, following a list of the targets hacked...
December 04, 2012 Added by:Mark Baldwin
FreeBSD.org are recommending that anyone who downloaded and installed any of their third-party packages between September 19 2012 and November 11 2012 reinstall their systems. Obviously this could be a big burden for a lot of organizations...
November 29, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
The group of hackers who named itself Parastoo Farsi have exposed contacts for more than 100 nuclear experts and scientists, the word Parastoo is Farsi and refers to a bird species like the swallow and an Iranian girl's name...
November 15, 2012 Added by:Robert Siciliano
A European hacker broke into a U.S. company’s computer network and stole 1,400 credit card numbers, account holders’ names and addresses, and security codes. The hacker, nicknamed Poxxie, sold the stolen credit card data to other cyber criminals through his own website, CVV2s.in, for $3.50 per credit card...
September 28, 2012 Added by:Tripwire Inc
The fact that usernames and passwords were being logged to a plaintext file itself is problematic, even if the passwords are being hashed when stored in a database, if such data is logged in plain text it defeats the entire purpose...
September 13, 2012 Added by:Tripwire Inc
The Internet is chock full of databases that map UDIDs to usernames, activities, location data, game scores, ad clicks as well as Facebook and other social media profiles. Even if you deleted an application from your phone the data can still persist in the Cloud...
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