Cybercriminals have devised a phishing campaign that that takes aim at customers of the online payment processing company Stripe, with the intention to steal their credentials, compromise their accounts and presumably view their payment card data. The attackers employ two clever tricks to hide their malicious activity. First, they use
The bill is a direct shot at big tech companies like Facebook as senators try to reel in data-collection policies.
An innovation war: Cybersecurity vs. cybercrime MIT Technology Review
FBI Warns Companies of MFA Security Weaknesses MSSP Alert
Better Business Bureau: Stay safe online during Cyber Security Awareness Month KXLF Butte News
Better Business Bureau: Stay safe online during Cyber Security Awareness Month KBZK Bozeman News
Delaware Introducing High School Girls to Careers in Cyber Security news.delaware.gov
A third-party MongoDB database containing 2.8 million CyberLink customer records and information was left unprotected exposing the data of several hundred thousand of the tech company’s customers. The database was found by the security firm Comparitech working with security researcher Bob Diachenko. The initial finding took place on September 15,
The Technophobe’s Guide to Cybersecurity NerdWallet
NIST provides guidance on how to bridge privacy, cyber-security processes Compliance Week
UK govt announces new initiatives to boost cyber security Government Computing Network
A cryptomining infection spread to half of the workstations at a major international airport.
A patch is currently under revision but has not yet been incorporated into the Linux kernel.
Fed Government Needs to Clarify Minimal Cybersecurity Standards MeriTalk
West Hartford’s blumshapiro merges with Virginia cyber security firm Hartford Business
Trojanized TOR browser. Key reinstallation attacks. Snaptube and clickfraud? The CyberWire
Get Proactive to Better Arm Yourself Against Cyberattacks Nextgov
The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) is considering using facial recognition in body cameras that agents will wear in the future, sending out a request for information (RFI) on biometric options that can be used to verify identity. This after California banned the use of facial recognition technology in
At what point will infiltrating companies via the “insider threat model” become less costly and difficult than using malware? Threatpost discusses with a SolarWind expert.
Westchester, Illinois-based ingredients giant Ingredion Incorporated revealed this week that it recently detected suspicious activity on some data center servers. Only a few details have been provided about the incident, but it appears that a piece of malware infected some of the company’s systems. read more