Tag: Security Boulevard

Open Source Licensing 101: Everything You Need to Know

With the right license, you can protect your open-source project and ensure proper usage. This article provides a clear overview of open-source licensing for developers and users. The post Open Source Licensing 101: Everything You Need to Know appeared first…

Using LLMs to Exploit Vulnerabilities

Interesting research: “Teams of LLM Agents can Exploit Zero-Day Vulnerabilities.” Abstract: LLM agents have become increasingly sophisticated, especially in the realm of cybersecurity. Researchers have shown that LLM agents can exploit real-world vulnerabilities when given a description of the vulnerability…

The Ultimate Guide to Troubleshooting Vulnerability Scan Failures

Vulnerability scans evaluate systems, networks, and applications to uncover security vulnerabilities. Leveraging databases of known vulnerabilities, these scans detect your weakest spots. These are the points most likely to be exploited by cybercriminals. Scans also help prioritize the order of…

The Seven Things You Need to Know About Cyber Insurance

Cyber insurance and cybersecurity, when combined, can provide a powerful combination of protection and risk management. The post The Seven Things You Need to Know About Cyber Insurance appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security…

USENIX Security ’23 – We Really Need to Talk About Session Tickets: A Large-Scale Analysis of Cryptographic Dangers with TLS Session Tickets

Authors/Presenters:Sven Hebrok, Simon Nachtigall, Marcel Maehren, Nurullah Erinola, Robert Merget, Juraj Somorovsky, Jörg Schwenk Many thanks to USENIX for publishing their outstanding USENIX Security ’23 Presenter’s content, and the organizations strong commitment to Open Access. Originating from the conference’s events…

What is Identity Threat Detection And Response (ITDR)

Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) is a framework that focuses on protecting your organization from being compromised by threat actors exploiting your organization’s identities. Practically, ITDR solutions include system policies, best practices, and effective tools to monitor, detect, and…

A New Tactic in the Rapid Evolution of QR Code Scams

QR codes have been around for three decades, but it wasn’t until the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020 that they got wide use, with restaurants, health care facilities, and other businesses turning to them to customers contactless ways to read…

Chinese Threats Aim for Government Sector

The rise in U.S.-politics-themed scams indicates that adversarial nation states understand the significance of election years. The post Chinese Threats Aim for Government Sector  appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security Boulevard Read the original…

SASE Market Growth Continues, Led by Cisco, Zscaler

Companies are achieving revenue growth by addressing the needs of mid-market enterprises, offering tailored solutions that provide high value at a competitive price point. The post SASE Market Growth Continues, Led by Cisco, Zscaler  appeared first on Security Boulevard. This…

Unlock Advanced Threat Correlation

Try the Enzoic + ThreatQ Integration Free on the ThreatQ Marketplace Exciting news for cybersecurity teams: Enzoic and ThreatQuotient have partnered to offer a powerful integration that combines Dark Web monitoring with advanced threat intelligence. And now, you can now…

USENIX Security ’23 – ACORN: Input Validation for Secure Aggregati

Authors/Presenters:James Bell, Adrià Gascón, Tancrède Lepoint, Baiyu Li, Sarah Meiklejohn, Mariana Raykova, Cathie Yun Many thanks to USENIX for publishing their outstanding USENIX Security ’23 Presenter’s content, and the organizations strong commitment to Open Access. Originating from the conference’s events…

Intel 471 Sets New Standard in Intelligence-Driven Threat Hunting

Relentless ransomware, damaging malware, emerging cyber adversaries and rapidly advancing artificial intelligence (AI) have changed the threat landscape, particularly for critical infrastructure. The need for advanced behavioral threat hunting capabilities is far greater than when we founded Intel 471 over…

Q1 2024: A Wake-up Call for Insider Threats

The first quarter of 2024 painted a concerning picture of security threats for enterprise organizations: information leaks and breaches exposed sensitive data across major corporations. The post Q1 2024: A Wake-up Call for Insider Threats appeared first on Security Boulevard.…

Tile/Life360 Breach: ‘Millions’ of Users’ Data at Risk

Location tracking service leaks PII, because—incompetence? Seems almost TOO easy. The post Tile/Life360 Breach: ‘Millions’ of Users’ Data at Risk appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security Boulevard Read the original article: Tile/Life360 Breach: ‘Millions’…

Eclypsium Joins the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative

Eclypsium becomes a member of CISA’s public-private partnership for cyber defense strategy Portland, OR – June 13, 2024 – Eclypsium, the digital supply chain security company protecting critical hardware, firmware, and software, today announced it has become a member of…

Connecticut Has Highest Rate of Health Care Data Breaches: Study

It’s no secret that hospitals and other health care organizations are among the top targets for cybercriminals. The ransomware attacks this year on UnitedHealth Group’s Change Healthcare subsidiary, nonprofit organization Ascension, and most recently the National Health Service in England…

Strength in Unity: The Power of Cybersecurity Partnerships

In a recent conversation with Iren Reznikov, we discussed into the intricacies of aligning investment decisions with broader business goals and the pivotal role cybersecurity partnerships play in driving industry-wide innovation. I recently had the opportunity of sitting down with…

Elevating SaaS App Security in an AI-Driven Era

In the rapidly evolving landscape of software as a service (SaaS), the security of applications has never been more critical. The post Elevating SaaS App Security in an AI-Driven Era appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed…

What is Continuous Authority to Operate (cATO)?

Continuous Authority to Operate (cATO) is a dynamic and ongoing process for maintaining the authorization to operate IT systems within a federal agency. Unlike traditional ATO processes, cATO involves continuous monitoring and assessment of security controls to ensure compliance. Qmulos…

What is ISO 27001 Compliance?

ISO 27001 compliance involves adhering to the international standard for information security management systems (ISMS). This standard provides a systematic approach to managing sensitive information and ensuring data security. Qmulos’ platform supports ISO 27001 compliance by automating the processes required…

Financial Institutions Must Reexamine Their Technology Setup

In today’s fast-evolving financial landscape where customer expectations and technological advancements are constantly shifting, financial… The post Financial Institutions Must Reexamine Their Technology Setup appeared first on Entrust Blog. The post Financial Institutions Must Reexamine Their Technology Setup appeared first…

Daniel Stori’s ‘Just Touch It’

<a class=” sqs-block-image-link ” href=”https://turnoff.us/geek/just-touch-it/” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”> <img alt=”” height=”645″ src=”https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/5355d604e4b03c3e9896e131/d970d98e-7000-412e-b306-ff06126a8f7d/just-touch-it.png?format=1000w” width=”640″ /> </a><figcaption class=”image-caption-wrapper”> via the inimitable Daniel Stori at Turnoff.US! Permalink The post Daniel Stori’s ‘Just Touch It’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed…

Ransomware Group Jumps on PHP Vulnerability

A long-running ransomware campaign that has been targeting Windows and Linux systems since 2019 is the latest example of how closely threat groups track public disclosures of vulnerabilities and proofs-of-concept (PoCs) and how quickly they move in to exploit them.…

What is Defense in Depth Security?

Reading Time: 5 min Defense in Depth creates layered security protection, safeguarding your data and IT systems. Learn how to combat evolving threats and secure your business. The post What is Defense in Depth Security? appeared first on Security Boulevard.…

What We Know So Far about the Snowflake “Breach”

Cybersecurity headlines are being dominated by reported claims of a significant data breach involving Snowflake, a leading cloud-based data storage… The post What We Know So Far about the Snowflake “Breach” appeared first on Symmetry Systems. The post What We…

Patch Tuesday Update – June 2024

The post Patch Tuesday Update – June 2024 appeared first on Digital Defense. The post Patch Tuesday Update – June 2024 appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security Boulevard Read the original article: Patch Tuesday…

Microsoft, Google Come to the Aid of Rural Hospitals

Microsoft and Google will provide free or low-cost cybersecurity tools and services to rural hospitals in the United States at a time when health care facilities are coming under increasing attack by ransomware gangs and other threat groups. For independent…

Ticketmaster is Tip of Iceberg: 165+ Snowflake Customers Hacked

Not our fault, says CISO: “UNC5537” breached at least 165 Snowflake instances, including Ticketmaster, LendingTree and, allegedly, Advance Auto Parts. The post Ticketmaster is Tip of Iceberg: 165+ Snowflake Customers Hacked appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been…

Risks of poor PKI management

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is essential for businesses to maintain data security and protect digital communications. However, implementing a PKI is just the first step—you must support it with proper ongoing management to reap the benefits and prevent security exposures.…

Growing Cyber Threats Amid Israel-Palestine Tensions

Growing Cyber Threats Focus on Ransomware, Infostealers, and Defacements This blog continues our geopolitical series, highlighting the growing cyber threats during the ongoing Israel-Palestine tensions. Recent months have seen a significant increase in cyberattacks targeting Israeli institutions, with a particular…

Cloud Penetration Testing: Tools, Methodology & Prerequisites

Businesses increasingly migrate to cloud-based solutions for storage, applications, and critical functions. While the cloud offers scalability and agility, it also introduces new security challenges. Cloud penetration testing is a crucial defence mechanism for proactively identifying and addressing these vulnerabilities.…

A Comprehensive Guide to API Penetration Testing

  What is API Penetration Testing? API penetration testing, or API pentesting, is a specialised form of security testing focused on identifying and addressing security vulnerabilities within an API (Application Programming Interface). APIs are the backbone of modern web applications,…

Ghostwriter v4.2

Ghostwriter v4.2: Project Documents & Reporting Enhancements After April’s massive Ghostwriter v4.1 release, we received some great feedback and ideas. We got a little carried away working on these and created a release so big we had to call it…

Fortinet to Expand AI, Cloud Security with Lacework Acquisition

Fortinet, known for network security capabilities within its Fortinet Security Fabric cybersecurity platform, is bolstering its AI and cloud security capabilities with the planned acquisition of Lacework and its AI-based offerings. The companies announced the proposed deal Monday, with expectations…

Tips to prevent data breaches

Tips to Prevent Data BreachesCould the Ticketmaster Data Breach Been Prevented?In a recent regulatory filing to the US Securities And Exchange Commission (SEC) , Live Nation, the parent company of Ticketmaster, revealed a distressing development: a criminal threat actor attempted…

Colorado Privacy Act (CPA)

What is the Colorado Privacy Act? The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), signed into law on July 7, 2021, is a comprehensive privacy legislation that aims to enhance data privacy rights for residents of Colorado. The CPA provides consumers with greater…

Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA)

What is the Utah Consumer Privacy Act? The Utah Consumer Privacy Act, or UCPA, is a state-level data privacy law enacted in Utah, USA, aimed at providing residents with greater control over their personal data. The UCPA shares similarities with…

Identity Data Automation: The What and Why

A discussion on why existing IGA projects are often in distress and how a more agile data automation approach can streamline process and improve application connectivity. The post Identity Data Automation: The What and Why appeared first on The Cyber…

Ticketmaster Data Breach and Rising Work from Home Scams

In episode 333 of the Shared Security Podcast, Tom and Scott discuss a recent massive data breach at Ticketmaster involving the data of 560 million customers, the blame game between Ticketmaster and third-party provider Snowflake, and the implications for both…

The Evolving Cyber Landscape: Insights from 2024 Reports

Over the past month, the Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report and the Watchguard Technologies Internet Security Report were released. Here are some highlights. The post The Evolving Cyber Landscape: Insights from 2024 Reports appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article…

Seccomp for Kubernetes workloads

Seccomp in a nutshell Seccomp, short for Secure Computing Mode, is a security feature in the Linux kernel The post Seccomp for Kubernetes workloads appeared first on ARMO. The post Seccomp for Kubernetes workloads appeared first on Security Boulevard. This…

USENIX Security ’23 – “If Sighted People Know, I Should Be Able To Know:” Privacy Perceptions Of Bystanders With Visual Impairments Around Camera-Based Technology

Authors/Presenters:Yuhang Zhao, Yaxing Yao, Jiaru Fu, Nihan Zhou Many thanks to USENIX for publishing their outstanding USENIX Security ’23 Presenter’s content, and the organizations strong commitment to Open Access. Originating from the conference’s events situated at the Anaheim Marriott; and…

StateRAMP vs FedRAMP: What’s The Difference Between Them?

Here at Ignyte, we’ve talked a lot about FedRAMP, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. As you likely well know, FedRAMP is the federal government’s unified security standard, derived from NIST standardization documents and transformed into a framework to…

Cultivating a Secure Business-Led IT Environment | Grip

Discover how to foster a secure business-led IT culture. Balance innovation with security by understanding what’s fueling shadow SaaS and managing the risks. The post Cultivating a Secure Business-Led IT Environment | Grip appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article…

Organizations Move to Establish Dedicated SaaS Security Teams

SaaS security has become organizations’ top consideration, highlighted by establishing dedicated SaaS security teams. There’s also a notable increase in SaaS cybersecurity budgets, with 39% of organizations boosting their allocations. The post Organizations Move to Establish Dedicated SaaS Security Teams appeared…

LockBit Victim? Ask FBI for Your Ransomware Key

Spy warez: Assistant director of the FBI’s Cyber Division Bryan Vorndran (pictured) might have the key to unscramble your files. The post LockBit Victim? Ask FBI for Your Ransomware Key appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed…

Cisco Extends Cybersecurity Portfolio with Help from AI

Cisco plans to embed AI capabilities into its Firewall Threat Defense (FTD) software and Cisco Security Cloud. The post Cisco Extends Cybersecurity Portfolio with Help from AI appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security Boulevard…

CDW Survey Surfaces Cybersecurity Tool Sprawl Challenges

Stress? What stress? 43% of IT professionals report that their organization had experienced a security breach that caused downtime and cost $1-10 million. The post CDW Survey Surfaces Cybersecurity Tool Sprawl Challenges appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has…

Top Computer Security Risks and How to Stay Safe

Reading Time: 4 min Discover the top Computer security risks in 2024 and learn how to stay protected. Explore threats like phishing, and AI attacks, and find effective safety strategies. The post Top Computer Security Risks and How to Stay…

NVD Update: Help Has Arrived

There’s hope yet for the world’s most beleaguered vulnerability database. The post NVD Update: Help Has Arrived appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security Boulevard Read the original article: NVD Update: Help Has Arrived

Highlights from the ConnectWise IT Nation Secure Event 2024

The ConnectWise IT Nation Secure Event was an electrifying gathering of cybersecurity leaders, experts, and enthusiasts. With a focus on innovation and collaboration.. The post Highlights from the ConnectWise IT Nation Secure Event 2024 appeared first on Seceon. The post…

Narrowing the Stubborn Cybersecurity Worker Gap

There is still a significant gap between cybersecurity needs and available talent, according to Cyberseek, but organizations can expand the pool of candidates by training people for the jobs rather than just seek all the right credentials. The post Narrowing…