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  • How to avoid data breaches? Start by addressing human error

    29.09.2015

    Small businesses in the UK are failing to train staff on how to correctly identify and dispose of confidential information which could lead to a costly data breach.

  • Using external URL shorteners for internal needs may lead to sensitive data leaks

    23.09.2015

    Using external URL shortener services to create better-looking links to internal company documents, sensitive files and internal websites is a practice that company employees should avoid, says security researcher Shubham Shah, as it can result in those documents being accessed by individuals with malicious intentions.

  • D-Link accidentally leaks code-signing certs in its firmware

    18.09.2015

    Malware peddlers don't always have to steal or buy (from sellers on underground forums) legitimate and valid code-signing certificates to sign their malware with - sometimes the certificates can be found just "laying around" in open source software and code repositories.

  • Ashley Madison developers not big on security

    08.09.2015

    Just a ten minutes long browsing session of the leaked Ashley Madison source code revealed to infosec consultant Gabor Szathmari a number of security mistakes that have likely helped the attackers move within the company's networks.

  • Should a data breach be the kiss of death for the CEO?

    01.09.2015

    The fact that CEOs have tendered their resignations in the aftermath of public breaches is a clear indication that the executive level is being held more accountable for the cyber security practices of their organizations.




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