Security

  • That Toy You Got for Christmas Could Be Spying on You

    Security flaws in the recently released Fisher-Price Chatter Bluetooth telephone can allow nearby attackers to spy on calls or communicate with children using the device. Source: https://threatpost.com/toy-christmas-spying/177288/

  • Indian authorities set to tighten data breach laws in 2022

    Authorities in India are set to clamp down on data breaches and tighten rules for holding sensitive data, according to local media reports. Source: https://portswigger.net/daily-swig/indian-authorities-set-to-tighten-data-breach-laws-in-2022

  • The worst technology of 2021

    We’ve never relied more on technology to solve our problems than we do now. Sometimes it works. Vaccines against covid-19 have cut the death toll. We’ve got virus tests and […]

  • The biggest data breaches, hacks of 2021

    In 2021, thousands of new cybersecurity incidents have been recorded — and while cryptocurrency theft and data loss are now commonplace, this year stands out due to several high-profile incidents […]

  • Netgear leaves vulnerabilities unpatched in Nighthawk router

    Researchers have found half a dozen high-risk vulnerabilities in the latest firmware version for the Netgear Nighthawk R6700v3 router. At publishing time the flaws remain unpatched. Source: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/netgear-leaves-vulnerabilities-unpatched-in-nighthawk-router/

  • T-Mobile suffered a new data breach

    T-Mobile discloses a new data breach that impacted a “very small number of customers” who were victim of SIM swap attacks. T-Mobile has suffered another security breach, threat actors gained […]

  • The Importance of Teaching Remote Workers Cybersecurity Basics

    Cybersecurity measures are must-haves for all companies, regardless of size or industry. But if your business lets employees work remotely, there is no guarantee that all personnel takes appropriate measures […]

  • 5 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch in 2022

    Here’s what cybersecurity watchers want infosec pros to know heading into 2022.   Source: https://threatpost.com/5-cybersecurity-trends-2022/177273/

  • The Right to Work and Non-Competes in the Security Industry

    Those who actively threaten or work against the right to work act against the interests of the security community as a wholeI’d like to discuss the right to work. Source: […]

  • 2021: Looking back on the year in malware and cyber attacks, from SolarWinds to Log4j

    It seems like we were just recovering from the aftermath of the massive SolarWinds campaign a month or two ago. And now suddenly, it’s been a year since one of […]

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