A treasure trove of passwords, plus the keys to unlock multiple accounts - open-source password managers and cryptographic software client are being hit with a variant of a banking Trojan, Citadel, as reported by Threatpost.com and discovered by IBM Trusteer Researchers.
We’re gearing up for the Gartner Identity & Access Management (IAM) Summit this year from December 2-4 hosted at the Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas!
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Last year, 13.1 million consumers suffered from identity fraud; the second highest number on record according to Javelin Strategy & Research’s 2014 Identity Fraud Report.
Defense-in-depth is the concept of building layers of different technology solutions to secure your IT infrastructure. But as the IT model changes to a perimeterless environment, older security solutions are falling by the wayside.
As a recent report on Defending Data by Nuix found, cybersecurity needs are dynamic - 73 percent of surveyed participants report that their organization’s cybersecurity needs have changed in the past year.
This year, we’re looking forward to learning about mobile, cloud, IAM as a service, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other challenges to IAM at the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit.
The Weekly Ink is the weekly newsletter brought to you by Duo Labs, the security research team at Duo Security, with curated links of interest in the security world to help educate the company - and anyone else who will listen - on security happenings and culture.
Third-party vendor security is the cause of major data breaches in the news - that includes cloud hosting providers. Your cloud account credentials are the master keys to your entire IT infrastructure.
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It’s been a rough year for the retail industry when it comes to data security, with data breaches affecting Fortune 500 retailers, franchises and other small to mid-sized retail organizations. Here’s a quick list of the major hits...
> A recent white paper released by CSID, Finding a Cure for Medical Identity Theft reports that the majority of healthcare organizations aren’t implementing all of the best security practices recommended today to protect patient health information.
> The websites Spin.com and Popular Science magazine have been hit by drive-by download malware, meaning if you visited these sites at the end of October, you’d be redirected to a RIG exploit kit that installed data-stealing malware on your computer.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) is updating their cybersecurity guide for banks after they carried out a cybersecurity assessment pilot program this past summer, finding that a variety of ‘connection types’ can introduce a potential entry point for attacks.
The Weekly Ink is the weekly newsletter brought to you by Duo Labs, the security research team at Duo Security, with curated links of interest in the security world to inform the community on security happenings and culture.
The New York Times recently reported on smartphone hotel key apps that will replace key cards at a few Starwood Hotels this week after initial testing at hotels in New York and California.
Ernst & Young’s Global Information Security Survey 2014 revealed the current state of information security among a sample of organizations today, from new threats and vulnerabilities to challenges new security solutions need to address.
The largest HIPAA breach settlement this year cost a hospital and university $4.8 million in government-mandated fees, according to the HHS.