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On Tuesday, Oct. 16, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) held its “Kicking off the NIST Privacy Framework: Workshop #1” in Austin, Texas. I was honored to be asked to participate. This was the first in a series of public workshops focusing on the development of a useful and voluntary Privacy Framework, like
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Researchers found two vulnerabilities that could impact popular wireless access points and compromise enterprise networks if exploited, according to TechCrunch. The pair of bugs were reportedly found in chips built by Texas Instruments. Networking device makers such as Aruba, Cisco and Meraki commonly build the Bluetooth Low Energy chips into their line-up of enterprise wireless access points. While the
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by Lisa Vaas Anonymous Coward, in commenting on a report from The Register about vulnerabilities that expose people’s browsing histories, pithily sums up potential repercussions like so: Sweetheart, whats this ‘saucyferrets.com’ site I found in your browsing history? If you value your privacy and your ferret predilections, be advised that in August, security researchers from
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General Motors said it plans to bring two new electric bikes to market next year — one folding and one compact — as the automaker makes a broader push into electrification and other ideas that try to move beyond its traditional business model of producing and selling gas-power vehicles. The automaker didn’t have a lot
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Security researchers disclosed two vulnerabilities in Bluetooth chips that put wireless access points, medical devices and more at risk of attack. Researchers at Armis, an enterprise IoT security company based in Palo Alto, Calif., discovered two vulnerabilities in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips manufactured by Texas Instruments and have branded the flaws as Bleedingbit. Armis
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Iran’s critical infrastructure and strategic networks were attacked with what is reportedly a more sophisticated variant of the decade-old Stuxnet attack, according to Reuters. Iran’s head of civil defense agency, Gholamreza Jalali, told reporters that the newly discovered next-generation of Stuxnet that was trying to enter the systems consisted of several parts. At a live
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Celebrated annually on November 3, Antimalware Day is an opportunity to recognize the work of cybersecurity professionals Since 2017, November 3 has been celebrated as Antimalware Day. Established by ESET, Antimalware Day aims to honor the work done by researchers in the field of information security and in the technology industry as a whole. As
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Edo, an ad analytics startup founded by Daniel Nadler and actor Edward Norton, announced today that it has raised $12 million in Series A funding. Nadler and Norton have both had startup success before — Nadler co-founded and led Kensho, which S&P Global acquired for $550 million. Norton invested in Kensho and co-founded CrowdRise, which
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Emails continue to be cyber-criminals’ vector of choice for distributing malware and phishing, according to a report released today by Proofpoint. The Quarterly Threat Report Q3 2018 found that the frequency of email fraud attacks and the number of individuals targeted per organization are continuing to rise. Credential-stealing banking Trojans comprised 94% of malicious payloads, and
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Security researchers have unveiled details of two critical vulnerabilities in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips embedded in millions of access points and networking devices used by enterprises around the world. Dubbed BleedingBit, the set of two vulnerabilities could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code and take full control of vulnerable devices without authentication, including
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In a panel focused on securing the enterprise at a conference by the same name hosted by MIT CSAIL and BT Security, moderator Michael Siegel, principal research scientist, management science at MIT Sloan School of Management, talked with panel members about whether their organizations are secure. “Rather than going out and doing some big review, we
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Apple introduces a new privacy feature for all new MacBooks that “at some extent” will prevent hackers and malicious applications from eavesdropping on your conversations. Apple’s custom T2 security chip in the latest MacBooks includes a new hardware feature that physically disconnects the MacBook’s built-in microphone whenever the user closes the lid, the company revealed
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Brex, the corporate card built for startups, unveiled its new rewards program today. The billion-dollar company, which announced its $125 million Series C three weeks ago, has partnered with Amazon Web Services, WeWork, Instacart, Google Ads, SendGrid, Salesforce Essentials, Twilio, Zendesk, Caviar, HubSpot, Orrick, Snap, Clerky and DoorDash to give entrepreneurs the ability to accrue