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Week in review: Mac ransomware, women in infosec, and the death of SHA-1

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news, articles and podcasts:

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When you buy a second-hand connected car, can you be sure that it is not still not reachable by its former owner? 617 more words

InfoSec

IT Slack Teams

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Below is a list of IT related Slack Teams, I’ve been able to find. Most of the names are self explanatory. This is another source of the Information Fire Hose. 205 more words

Technology

Testing the cybersecurity maturity through self-reported practices

Did you read the story about Johnny the Hunter and the publishing house, the one hit by the FileSilo hack? Well, since Johnny was tasked with ramping up their security, he decided to get some idea about their current practices, and how much the different department managers knew about how to manage their security risks. 500 more words

Infosec

Cyber Insurance Uptake Hampered By Skewed Data, Poor Communication

Cyber Insurance Uptake Hampered By Skewed Data, Poor Communication

Only 29% of US businesses have cyber insurance; Deloitte outlines steps for insurance companies to improve risk models, communication, and policy sales. 857 more words

InfoSec

5 key success factors for dealing with ransomeware - free whitepaper

Ransomeware is by far the fastest growing threat online. Losing your files can feel as so great a loss that paying criminals to give you your files back can seem like a reasonable thing to do. 155 more words

Infosec

Researchers Uncover New Leads Behind Shamoon2

Researchers from Arbor Networks’ Security Engineering and Response Team (ASERT) say they have unearthed fresh leads on the tools and techniques used in the most recent wave of Shamoon attacks. 11 more words

InfoSec

Cloudflare Leaked Web Customer Data For Months

Cloudflare Leaked Web Customer Data For Months

Potential scope of issue evokes comparisons to Heartbleed.

Cloudflare, a content delivery network (CDN) used by millions of websites, leaked an undetermined amount of potentially sensitive information on many of those sites for months in a security snafu that has drawn comparisons with the Heartbleed flaw of 2014. 748 more words

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