El Diario del CISO (The CISO Journal) Edición 18 - Page 6

Top of News Canadian Banks Hacked - darkreading.com www.darkreading.com At least 90,000 customers affected in breach at two financial institutions in Canada. North American data breaches aren't limited to the US, as shown by a pair of disclosures on Monday that came from north of the border. FBI Urges Reboot Following VPNFilter. www.informationsecuritybuzz.com The FBI recently urged users to reboot their routers in order to disrupt Russia-linked malware, VPNFilter, which has infected over 500,000 routers in at least 54 countries. Coca-Cola hit with insider breach, 8,000 affected www.scmagazine.com The Coca-Cola Company announced a data breach today possibly affecting about 8,000 employees due to a former employee having an external hard drive containing their personal data. GDPR is here – now what? www.csoonline.com Look at the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) as opportunities to adopting sound data protection practices. Icann Files Suit in Germany in Bid to Clarify GDPR www.infosecurity-magazine.com Oversight body’s Whois policy threatens to run foul of new law Bug In Git Opens Developer Systems Up to Attack ... threatpost.com Git repository hosting services GitHub, GitLab and Microsoft VSTS each patched a serious vulnerability on Tuesday that could lead to arbitrary code execution when a developer uses a malicious repository. Canadian Hacker Jailed for 5 Years Following Yahoo Breach www.bankinfosecurity.com Karim Baratov, a 23-year-old Canadian citizen born in Kazakhstan (Photo: Instagram) A Canadian citizen has received a U.S. federal prison sentence after he admitted to working for alleged Russian intelligence officers who have been tied to a massive breach of search giant Yahoo.