El Diario del CISO (The CISO Journal) Edición 9 2018 | Page 9

Australia Sues Equifax Alleges False Claims To Consumers Interviews Pci Offers Lower Fees In Developing Markets Feds Secure Smartphone Service Helped Drug Cartels Analysis Ny Attorney Generals Anti Breach Actions Intel Details Cpu Virtual Fences Fix As Safeguard Against Spectre Meltdown Flaws Gandcrab Ransomware Crooks Take Agile Development Approach Iran Linked Group Temp Zagros Updates Tactics Techniques In Latest Campaign Hyperbole Swirls Around Amd Processor Security Threat New Microsoft Bug Bounty Program Looks To Squash The Next Spectre Meltdown ETCISO Itsecurityguru Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin Blues: Should The Government Block Cryptocurrency, Or Regulate It? Cyber Security: Demand For Cyber Security Staff Up 3 Times In 1 Year, To Escalate: Report Digital Trust: The New Competitive Advantage - CISO Speak By Sumeet Mathur Healthcare Experiences 211% Increase In Disclosed Security Incidents In 2017: Reports Kaspersky Lab: Your Smart Camera Could Go Rogue: Here's How It Becomes A Data-Stealing Spy Tool North Korea: “North Korea’s Cyber Army Is Ready To Deliver A New Strike.Will The Command Be Given To Attack?” Ransomware: 67% Indian Businesses Hit By Ransomware, 38 Per Cent Twice: Sophos Indias Cyber Security Chief Avoids Netbanking Over 1700 Card Net Banking Related Frauds Reported In 2017 CISO Chat - Christian Vezina, Chief Information Security Officer At VASCO Data Security Thehackersnews Zdnet 13 Critical Flaws Discovered In AMD Ryzen And EPYC Processors Credssp Flaw In Remote Desktop Protocol Affects All Versions Of Windows Mac Software Mines Cryptocurrency In Exchange For Free Access To Premium Account Trojanized Bittorrent Software Update Hijacked 400,000 Pcs Last Week Warning – 3 Popular VPN Services Are Leaking Your IP Address Cybersecurity Is About More Than Reacting To Attacks New Black Hat Asia Research: More Than 70% Of Security Professionals Predict A Major Data Breach Across Asian Countries In The Next Two Years Smart Camera Vulnerabilities Could Allow Criminals To Spy On Victims Spiceworks Study Reveals Nearly 90 Percent Of Businesses Will Use Biometric Authentication Technology By 2020 Three Pressing Cyber Threats For Iot In 2018 When Complacency Breeds Security Risks Germany Commands Highest Cyber Security Pay Europe Binance Launches $10 Million Cryptocurrency Fund To Snare Hackers Hospital Hacks: Default Passwords And No Patching Leaves Healthcare At Risk Spy Malware Secrets: How Complex 'Slingshot' Hit Targets Via Hacked Routers Cyber Crooks Find A New Way To Share Malware And Scams Hackers Are Using A Flash Flaw In Fake Document In This New Spying Campaign