El Diario del CISO El Diario del CISO (The CISO Journal) Edición 8 - Page 6

News0 EL DIARIO DEL CISO (THE CISO JOURNAL) Thinking and Working for a Digital Security Leader International InfoSec & Cybersecurity News FBI: $2.7 Billion in Losses to Cyber- Enabled Crimes in 2018 Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) last year received an average of 900+ reports daily of Internet-enabled theft, fraud, and exploitation. Password "123456" Used by 23.2 Million Users Worldwide - Infosecurity Magazine The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) expects 42% of Britain online users to lose money due to fraud, according to its first UK Cyber Survey. Released over the Easter weekend (April 21, 2019), the report also found that the most-used password from global cyber breaches was "123456," with "ashley" the most- used name as a password. 1 in 4 Workers Are Aware Of Security Guidelines 4 Tips to Protect Your Business Against Social ... 5 Security Challenges to API Protection 55% of SMBs Would Pay Up Post-Ransomware Attack 6 Takeaways from Ransomware Attacks in Q1 App Exposes Wi-Fi Credentials for Thousands of ... APT34 Toolset, Victim Data Leaked via Telegram Attackers Aren't Invincible & We Must Use That to ... City of Stuart Still Recovering from Ryuk ... Cloud Security Spend Set to Reach $12.6B by 2023 Cyberattackers Focus on More Subtle Techniques Enterprise Trojan Detections Spike 200% in Q1 2019 Facebook Accidentally Imported 1.5M Users' Email ... Former Student Admits to USB Killer Attack Go Medieval to Keep OT Safe How a Nigerian ISP Accidentally Hijacked the Internet How to Raise the Level of AppSec Competency in Your ... Malware Makes Itself at Home in Set-Top Boxes New EternalBlue Family Member Takes Aim at Asian ... New Twist in the Stuxnet Story Ramblings of a Recovering Academic on the So-Called ... Regulations, Insider Threat Handicap Healthcare IT ... Russia Hacked Clinton's Computers Five Hours After ... Security Vulns in Microsoft Products Continue to ... Survey Shows a Security Conundrum The Cybersecurity Automation Paradox Third-Party Cyber-Risk by the Numbers Trojanized TeamViewer Used in Targeted Attacks ... Two Charged with Economic Espionage, GE Trade ... WannaCry Hero Hutchins Pleads Guilty to Malware ... When Every Attack Is a Zero Day Who Gets Targeted Most in Cyberattack Campaigns Why We Need a 'Cleaner Internet' British cyber expert pleads guilty to creating malware, IT Security News, ET CISO - ciso.economictimes.indiatimes.com A British cybersecurity researcher credited with stopping a worldwide computer virus has pleaded guilty to developing malware to steal banking information. facebook: Facebook sets aside $3B for privacy penalty, beats profit estimates Leading IT cos say beefed up security but no data breach Russian hackers targeting European embassies: Report Top Navy commanders to review security preparedness in maritime domain worst password: Over 23.2 mn accounts use '123456' as password Addiction Center Patients Exposed in Privacy Snafu Amnesty International Hong Kong Attacked Attacks on Businesses Soar 235% in Q1 CISOs Consider Quitting Industry Over Surging Stress Cryptojacking: It’s Jacked Up Cyber Readiness Worsens as Attacks Soar Dark Web’s Wall Street Market Suspected of Exit Scam Data Protection Commission Investigates Facebook European Parliament Approves Mass ID Database Plans FBI: BEC Losses Surged to $1.3bn in 2018 How to establish Visibility, Governance and a Security Culture for Multi-Cloud Insider Threats a Top Risk to Healthcare IoT Set to Put Strain on Cyber Skills Market Magecart Swoops in to Strike Atlanta Hawks Shop Online Thief Cracks Private Keys to Steal $54m in ETH Pros Feel Aligned with Board, Still Fear a Phish Report: 42% of Used Drives Sold on eBay Hold Sensitive Data Singapore Responds to Recent Cybersecurity Attacks State of Washington Expands Breach Notice Laws Survival of the Fittest: Take Security to the Edge The Changing Structure of Cybersecurity Teams UK Government Allows Huawei to Provide ‘Non-Core’ 5G Kit WannaCry 'Hero' Pleads Guilty to Writing Malware in US Court Qualcomm chips leak crypto data from secure execution environment - Help Net Security A vulnerability in Qualcomm chips could be exploited by attackers to retrieve encryption keys and sensitive information from the chipsets’ secure execution environment A casual approach to workplace communications presents major security risks Another European manufacturer crippled by ransomware Are your passwords among the 100,000 most breached ones? As bad bots grow more sophisticated, so does the number of industries impacted by them Attackers are weaponizing more vulnerabilities than ever before Consumers trust banks most with their personal data, 68% still fear identity theft Cybercriminals are becoming more methodical and adaptive Employers should develop cybersecurity protocols and invest more in employee training programs Established companies leveraging fintech capabilities for growth Global spending on digital transformation to reach $1.18 trillion in 2019 Latest numbers show why BEC/EAC scams are here to stay PDF: The vehicle of choice for malware and fraud Researchers develop new tool for safety-critical software testing Researchers flag new Oracle WebLogic zero-day RCE flaw Scientists may have identified a new way to improve network security The foundation: Quantifying risk with focused security measurement The latest DDoS attacks are mostly multi-vector and morph over time Too fast, too insecure: Securing Mongo Express web administrative interfaces Underserved populations unaware of cybersecurity risks Where data privacy executives plan to focus their strategies and budgets You can't fix what you can't see: A new way of looking at network performance