As decision makers move into the new year, those who do business with California should be aware of how the new law will affect their privacy rights.
Microsoft says two hackers tied to North Korea have hacked thousands of individuals in university, government, and other sectors. Microsoft said in a lawsuit against the supposed North Korea hackers that “John Doe 1” and “John Doe 2” run a cybertheft network called “Thallium.” The complaint says these individuals “are engaged in breaking into the […]
ZeroNorth, the a provider of risk-based vulnerability orchestration for apps and infrastructure, announces a new solution for Rapid Application Security, enabling customers to quickly stand up software security initiatives with open source vulnerability discovery tools. The company says their solution is ideal for companies seeking to rapidly deploy new application scanning capabilities, while evaluating long-term […]
If you’re a Chrome user has have updated to Chrome 79, there are a few things you might want to know regarding a newly-discovered Google Chrome bug and the threat of data loss. That’s especially true if you’re using an Android platform, according to Forbes. The publication, citing other tech websites, said Chrome 79 has […]
Authentication security key manufacturer Yubico has launched the latest version of its iOS mobile application which now extends support for near field communication to deliver tap-and-go flexibility and authentication over a Lighting connection. The company said the new app – v. 1.1 – now works with all major desktop and mobile platforms, including full support […]
The Project Nightingale whistleblower reveals why he or she lifted the lid on Google, and why people should care about the information being transferred.
We at TechDecisions have spoken with many MSPs recently, and as a result, we’re feeling a bit… paranoid. I’m personally about to download a password manager since that was identified as one of the most common identity management techniques MSPs advise their clients use. Now more than ever, I’m afraid any personal data compromised might have a […]
We’ve covered 2020 election security and how much of the United States doesn’t seem serious about it. Apparently, the journalists at popular current events show 60 Minutes see the same sad trend in America right now. Last Sunday’s episode covered Russian hacking of the 2016 U.S. elections with a focus on Congressional races. That segment included a […]
The California Consumer Privacy Act will help California consumers have better access to their data, and deny which companies look at and use it.
‘Alarming’ Prevalence of IoT and Industrial Control System Vulnerabilities in Real-World Network Study
IoT and industrial control system vulnerabilities are “alarming” in their rampant state, says a report by CyberX called “2020 Global IoT/ICS Risk Report.” The data illustrates that IoT/ICS networks and unmanaged devices are soft targets for adversaries, increasing the risk of costly downtime, catastrophic safety and environmental incidents, and theft of sensitive intellectual property, the […]