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  • DocuSign admits hackers accessed its customer email database, sent out malware

    Graham Cluley
    Digital signature service DocuSign has discovered that hackers managed to breach its systems, grab customers' email addresses, and send them malware.
    Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
  • Hospitals rapped for sharing 1.6m patient records with Google

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Passing the patient records to the Google-owned company to help it build a health app as 'inappropriate', warns watchdog
  • WannaCry makes me want to cry!

    Network World - Networking Nuggets and Security Snippets
    As I read about the WannaCry ransomware attack, my brain is racing with thoughts about the causes and effects of this global incident. Here are my two cents:1. Ransomware continues to be a growth business, and a bit of work can provide a serious return. The FBI estimated that ransomware payments topped $1 billion in 2016, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw 100 percent year-over-year growth. 2. For those of us who’ve been in cybersecurity for a while, WannaCry brings back memories of the internet worms we saw back in the 2000s (i.e. Code Red, Conficker, MSBlast, Nimda, etc.). Once one person on a network was infected, WannaCry simply went out and infected other vulnerable systems on the network. I knew that worm techniques would come back, but I always thought they’d be used as a smokescreen for other attacks. Looks like ransomware and internet worms can be as compatible as chocolate and peanut butter.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • FTC launches crackdown on tech support scammers

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Scammers get away with stealing an average of $290 - don't be their next victim. Here's our advice on how to spot them and avoid them
  • What Your Business Can Learn from WannaCry

    The biggest cyber attack began last week, spreading to more than 150 countries and infecting 200,000 machines. The outbreak is a ransomware threat, WanaCrypt0r 2.0 also known as WannaCry, with worm-like capabilities leveraging an exploit against vulnerable Microsoft Windows® operating systems. Ransomware mimics the age-old crime of kidnapping: someone takes something you value, and in…
    The post What Your Business Can Learn from WannaCry appeared first on Speaking of Security - The RSA Blog.
  • Sleep trackers: more of a data nightmare than a data dream?

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Do you drift off each night with an app? Take what it says with a pinch of salt, says the researcher who tried out 10 of them
  • Failure to Communicate: Why SOCs Fail!

    I’ve had the privilege of working in a few different SOCs at various maturity levels ranging from the stony shores of regulatory compliance – “Yes, we have a security solution”, to the deep shark-infested waters of a global enterprise under frequent attack by nation state-sponsored attack groups. Throughout all of these different engagements, I’ve worked…
    The post Failure to Communicate: Why SOCs Fail! appeared first on Speaking of Security - The RSA Blog.
  • How to delete cookies, clear your cache, and wipe your history in Internet Explorer

    Graham Cluley
    David Bisson explains how Internet Explorer users can clear their caches, browsing history, and cookies for better privacy.
  • Breach at DocuSign Led to Targeted Email Malware Campaign

    Krebs on Security
    DocuSign, a major provider of electronic signature technology, acknowledged today that a series of recent malware phishing attacks targeting its customers and users was the result of a data breach at one of its computer systems. The company stresses that the data stolen was limited to customer and user email addresses, but the incident is especially dangerous because it allows attackers to target users who may already be expecting to click on links in emails from DocuSign.

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