Archives for July 2016

#CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, July 31, 2016 - Citadel Information Group

#CitadelOnSecurity: Cyber Security News of the Week, July 31, 2016 - Citadel Information Group

#InfoSecPro: How to Roll Your Own Threat Intelligence Team

#CyberDomainExpert: Google Details Linux Kernel Defenses, New and Old | Threatpost

#CyberUnderworld: Petya Sabotages Rival Ransomware Chimera, Leaks 3,500 Decryption Keys | Threatpost

#CyberFraud: Dark Patterns are designed to trick you (and they’re all over the Web) | Ars Technica

#CyberDanger: Android fraud Trojan - SpyNote - free to Cybercriminals - Help Net Security

#CyberDefense: Virtually all business cloud apps lack enterprise grade security - Help Net Security

#IoT: IoT: A hacker's dream come true? - Help Net Security

#NationalCyberSecurity: Hackers are putting U.S. election at risk - Bruce Schneier -

#CyberWarning: New Trojan SpyNote Installs Backdoor on Android Devices | Threatpost

#CyberWarning: Cybercriminals Using Genuine PayPal Emails to Spread Banking Malware

#BlackHat: Cybersecurity expert tips for attending the DEF CON hacker convention - Tech Insider

#NationalCyberSecurity: By November, Russian hackers could target voting machines - Bruce Schneier - Washington Post

#NationalCyberSecurity: Trump's hacking comment rattles the cybersecurity industry | CSO Online

#InfoSecMgmt: 5 Takeaways From Cisco's Big Cybersecurity Report - Fortune

#IoT: Multiple Flaws In Osram IoT Lightbulbs - Information Security Buzz

#InfosecMgmt: The Information Security Leader: Three Persistent Challenges for CISOs

#CyberUpdate: LastPass Patches Ormandy Remote Compromise Flaw | Threatpost

#NationalCyberSecurity: Critics blast Trump calls for Russia to locate missing Clinton e-mails | Ars Technica

#CyberCrime: North Korea blamed for massive data breach affecting 10 million internet shoppers - Washington Times

#CyberWarning: Multiple Major Security Products Open To Big Vulns Via 'Hooking Engines'

#CyberDefense: New Portal Offers Decryption Tools For Some Ransomware Victims

#CyberUpdate: Amazon Silk browser ignored SSL searches, failing to protect your privacy | ZDNet

#NationalCyberSecurity: FBI Investigates Possible Russian Hack Of Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

#CyberCrime: Kimpton Hotels Probes Card Breach Claims — Krebs on Security

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Would You Use This ATM? — Krebs on Security

#NationalCyberSecurity: In a major cyber-hack, whom do you call? The White House spells it out.

#NationalCyberSecurity: Cyber-Experts Say Russia Hacked the Democratic National Committee

#CyberWarning: 'Cute' ransomware strain that hides in Google Docs could attack users from any cloud-based system