El Diario del CISO El Diario del CISO (The CISO Journal) Edición 28 - Page 6

Other Important News Adobe update cleans up 86 bugs in Acrobat and Reader, many critical Apollo hackers steal info from database of 200M contact Apple iOS 12 passcode bypass allows unauthenticated access to iPhone features Apple, Amazon deny servers affected by China microchip plot APT28 turns away from election hacking and back to cyberespionage Augmented reality could help solve the cybersecurity talent gap Betabot trojan packed with anti-malware evasion tools Burgerville discloses year-long data breach, courtesy of FIN7 cybergang California bill bans bots during elections Canada’s Recipe Unlimited hit with cyberattack forcing some locations to close Weak passwords outlawed out West, California law aims to secure IoT devices Do you know where your data is? Exposed! Open and misconfigured servers in the cloud Facebook breach could have impacted third-party apps; is huge GDPR fine on the horizon? Facebook: So far no signs that breach hackers attacked third-party app accounts FireEye outs APT38 as North Korean cyber bank heist gang Formjacking attacks spike as Magecart sets sites on ecommerce GhostDNS hijacking campaign steps up attacks on Brazilians; 100K+ devices compromised #IPEXPO: Cyber-Attacks: Why You Can’t Always Trust Companies, or Security Staff #IPEXPO: Follow Motoring's Example on Safety, as Cyber is Failing #IPEXPO: Tech Industry Must ‘Deliberately Affect Change’ #IPEXPO: What Threat Intel Teaches Us About App Security Hacktivist pleads guilty to defacing websites for NYC comptroller, Combating Terrorism Center Image in system: Securing the Software Defined Wide-Area Network – Six Critical Functions In Cellphone Spying, Stingrays Are A Red Herring Lightly secured cloud, with a chance of IoT attacks Malicious remote admin tool seemingly linked to KONNI malware, North Korea Marine Corps bug bounty program finds 150 vulnerabilities National Cybersecurity Awareness Month kicks off Precision agriculture advancement offers large attack surface, DHS report RDP attacks on the rise warns FBI, DHS Researchers: Turla and Zebrocy APT actors shared code, targets in 2018 Security Rising: From Business Defender to Digital Enabler Shifting the policy on cyberwar TP-Link router vulnerable to remote takeover flaw Two men arrested in $14 million SIM swapping cryptocurrency theft U.S. Deputy ADA: Indictments of alleged foreign hackers have merit, even without an arrest U.S. indicts GRU officers over anti-doping agency hacks; Western allies condemn Russia VMware, Apache, Mozilla push out patches Financial Sector Breaches Have Tripled Since 2016 GRU Officers Allegedly Hacked Wi-Fi Networks Worldwide Introducing APT38: North Korea’s Cyber Heist Outfit Malware Less Common in Q2, Still Top Attack Method