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Infosec News Feed

An aggregated list of cybersecurity publications
23 May 2018, 8:30 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
The Good & Bad News about Blockchain Security Blockchain technology promises many things. But to succeed, it must offer users a better plan against hackers.
23 May 2018, 12:20 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
LA County Nonprofit Exposes 3.2M PII Files via Unsecured S3 Bucket A misconfiguration accidentally compromised credentials, email addresses, and 200,000 rows of notes describing abuse and suicidal distress.
22 May 2018, 6:44 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
Cybercriminals Battle Against Banks' Incident Response 'Filess' attacks account for more than half of successful breaches of bank networks, new data shows.
22 May 2018, 6:30 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
GDPR 101: Keeping Data Safe Throughout the 'Supply Chain' There are a lot of moving pieces involved with data collection, retention, and processing in the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation. Here's how to break down responsibilities between your security team and service providers.
22 May 2018, 4:24 pm security – Ars Technica
New speculative-execution vulnerability strikes AMD, ARM, and Intel Fortunately, existing fixes should provide the protection we need.
22 May 2018, 4:20 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
ZipperDown Vulnerability Could Hit 10% of iOS Apps A newly discovered vulnerability could affect thousands of iOS apps -- and Android users may not be spared.
22 May 2018, 4:05 pm Krebs on Security
Mobile Giants: Please Don’t Share the Where Your mobile phone is giving away your approximate location all day long. This isn't exactly a secret: It has to share this data with your mobile provider constantly to provide better call quality and to route any emergency 911 calls straight to your location. But now, the major mobile providers in the United States -- AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon -- are selling this location information to third party companies -- in real time -- without your consent or a court order, and with apparently zero accountability for how this data will be used, stored, shared or protected. It may be tough to put a price on one's location privacy, but here's something of which you can be sure: The mobile carriers are selling data about where you are at any time, without your consent, to third-parties for probably far less than you might be willing to pay to secure it.
22 May 2018, 3:45 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
Pet Tracker Flaws Expose Pets and Their Owners to Cybercrime Hackers can exploit vulnerabilities in popular pet trackers to intercept location coordinates and access owners' personal data.
22 May 2018, 2:30 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
The State of Information Sharing 20 Years after the First White House Mandate Finally! Actionable guidance for ISACs and enterprises on what threat intel to share, how to share it, and which key technologies will automate redaction and protect privacy.
21 May 2018, 9:45 pm Dark Reading: Attacks/Breaches
North Korean Defectors Targeted with Malicious Apps on Google Play Sun Team hacking group is behind RedDawn, which steals victims' photos and data and passes them to threat actors.