Vulnerabilities

Vulnerabilities (123)

Apple Sued Over Facetime Eavesdropping Bug

Apple has been hit with its first lawsuit over a newly disclosed Facetime vulnerability. So reports 9to5Mac.

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Marriott Hit with Massive Class-action Lawsuit

Marriott is facing a sprawling class-action lawsuit over a data breach the hotel chain disclosed last year. So reports the Associated Press.

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Preventing a Breach Begins at the Top: Survey

Organizations that have stayed safe from cyber attacks in recent years have tended to do so with buy-in from senior management and the board.

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Federal Gov’t Shutdown Hit Cyber Security Workforce Hard

The U.S. cybersecurity workforce suffered a steep reduction sans a spending bill to keep government running. So reports the Fifth Domain.

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Cybersecurity Poses Risk to U.S. Financial Stability: Report

Cybersecurity threats and mounting corporate debt for non-financial sector firms pose some of the biggest threats to U.S. financial stability, according to new report from the Financial Stability Oversight Council. So reports Pensions and Investments.

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Huawei Deemed a Cybersecurity Threat By Czech Watchdog

Hardware and software from Chinese electronics giant Hauwei pose “a security threat,” the Czech Republic's cyber security agency has warned. So reports the Reuters.

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Facebook Gave Companies Access to Users’ Messages

Facebook gave about a dozen companies broad access to users’ personal data without consent. So reports The New York Times.

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Cybersecurity Risks Put Manufacturing Industry in Jeopardy

Manufacturers are increasingly at risk to have their productions shut down—potentially crippling the supply chain—from cyber attacks. So reports The New York Times.

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Employee Carelessness on the Rise, Research Suggests

Employees are less committed to best practices when it comes to cybersecurity despite heightened awareness from employers, according to information from SailPoint Technologies. So reports Security Boulevard.

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77% of Workers Access Free WiFi While Traveling: Survey

A new survey from ObserveIT found 77% of workers will connect to public or free Wifi, with 63% accessing work files and emails while connected. So reports ZDNet.

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