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By: Ruby, Digital Media Specialist It’s often assumed that interns are usually college undergraduates with a temporary assignment. I’m an exception to the rule in both respects. I started as a McAfee intern while I was a part-time graduate MBA student at Santa Clara University. Through my internship, I secured a full-time position on McAfee’s
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It seems some malicious app developers have taken the phrase “fake it ‘til you make it” to heart, as fake apps have become a rampant problem for Android and iPhone users alike. Even legitimate sources, such as Google Play and Apple’s App Store, have been infiltrated with illegitimate applications, despite their own due diligence in
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Yet another bluetooth hacking technique has been uncovered. A highly critical cryptographic vulnerability has been found affecting some Bluetooth implementations that could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker in physical proximity of targeted devices to intercept, monitor or manipulate the traffic they exchange. The Bluetooth hacking vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2018-5383, affects firmware or operating system software
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The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has released security updates to address several vulnerabilities in its Tomcat application server, one of which could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information. Apache Tomcat is an open source web server and servlet system, which uses several Java EE specifications like Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages (JSP), Expression Language,
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At Google Cloud Next ’18 convention in San Francisco, the company has introducedTitan Security Keys—a tiny USB device, similar to Yubico’s YubiKey, that offers hardware-based two-factor authentication for your online accounts with the highest level of protection against phishing attacks. These hardware-based security keys are thought to be more efficient at preventing phishing, man-in-the-middle (MITM)
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Following Apple’s lead in banning cryptocurrency mining apps, Google has also updated its Play Store policy this week to ban apps that mine cryptocurrencies on users’ devices in the background. However, there are countless cryptocurrency mining apps, including MinerGate, AA Miner, NeoNeonMiner, and Crypto Miner, still available on the Play Store. Cryptocurrency mining is not
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Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is once again advocating in favor of better cybersecurity for the U.S. government in a new letter asking that all government domains stop Adobe Flash use. Adobe Flash has long been under fire from the infosec community for security risks, and major web browsers have been moving away from the platform
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The Ponemon Institute’s latest study on data breach costs highlights the rise of what it calls “mega breaches,” which are the worst types of security incidents in terms of costs and data exposed. The “2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview,” which was sponsored by IBM Security, details the cost enterprises incur after
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Organizations have many concerns when it comes to employee travel, from reimbursements and company credit cards to hotel and flight arrangements. But IT should add mobile device security threats to the list. It’s easy for organizations with users that travel domestically or internationally to overlook mobile device security threats. These threat actors are not stereotypical
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There is more to ransomware response than restoring data from known good backups. Having a comprehensive ransomware… incident response plan is crucial for information security programs — it can serve as the foundation of those programs — and every incident response plan should include a feedback loop to update the information security program when new
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If IT professionals can master enterprise patch management — a vital cog in any security strategy — they can address many of their security challenges. Enterprise patch management is certainly nothing new, and almost every business struggles with it in some way. Just look at any of the annual security surveys — patching, or lack
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Summary In 2015, the SecureWorks® Counter Threat Unit™ (CTU) research team documented the BRONZE UNION threat group (formerly labeled TG-3390), which CTU™ analysis suggests is based in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Since that analysis, CTU researchers have observed multiple BRONZE UNION threat campaigns that illustrate the evolution of the group’s methods and espionage
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