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In the 05/22/2020 edition:

NSO Group: Israeli firm ‘impersonated Facebook to spread spyware’

By peterglock on May 22, 2020 09:00 am
It’s an interesting journalistic technique to say, for example “The Moon has been proven to be 50% cheese, a new report alleges…” The original Motherboard article is here, worth reading […]
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Pharmaceutical supply chains at risk of emerging cyber threats

By peterglock on May 22, 2020 09:00 am
The Pharma and Medical Aesthetics industries have a lot to gain from end-to-end supply chain management. But this leaves them open to cyber as well as physical attacks…: […] Overhaul […]
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Web Scrapers Have Bigger-Than-Perceived Impact on Digital Businesses

By peterglock on May 22, 2020 09:00 am
It’s a sobering thought when you realise you’re spending a significant chunk of your infrastructure budget on bad bots…: […] The study shows that while humans and “good bots” — […]
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UK government struck Zoom deal just weeks before NCSC warned of risks

By peterglock on May 22, 2020 09:00 am
The lesson to be learnt here is to do your security review before, or as part of the procurement process. Since the NCSC review Zoom has addressed the security and […]
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Security From Afar: How Best to Protect Trade Secrets in a World of Remote Working, Zoombombing, and Uncertainty

By peterglock on May 22, 2020 09:00 am
A lawyer’s view of the impact of social distancing on the protection of trade secrets. This should be baked in to your Acceptable Use Policy and reinforced through your training […]
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Mal-Innovation on Mobile: A Changing Threat Landscape

By peterglock on May 21, 2020 09:02 am
Here’s a perception that needs challenging: mobile is ‘safer’ than desktop. The evidence is that it’s not. More forward-thinking organisations have plans to treat all computing devices as one set […]
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BV gives new LNG carrier cyber secure notation

By peterglock on May 21, 2020 09:02 am
Probably due to the misgiving that Natural Gas tankers are basically the same as small nuclear bombs (probably not true, see here), there’s a focus on security. It’s good to […]
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‘Flight risk’ employees involved in 60% of insider cybersecurity incidents

By peterglock on May 21, 2020 09:02 am
This report reminds me of a client engagement where we placed false credentials and documents on the devices of employees that had handed in their notice or were expected to. […]
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Virtual cybersecurity school teaches kids to fix security flaws and hunt down hackers

By peterglock on May 21, 2020 09:01 am
I tried to interest my children in this with zero engagement so far. See if you do better…: […] What started as a school-based program to teach kids a new […]
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How to decode a data breach notice

By peterglock on May 20, 2020 12:01 pm
There are some words and phrases that trigger my anger. A politician saying “Clearly”, a non-expert saying “Scientists say”, a company saying “We take security and privacy seriously”…: […] But […]
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