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Should Healthcare Companies Ever be Data Brokers?

Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: ISMG’s Managing Editor, Security and Technology, Jeremy Kirk, details Australia’s HealthEngine caught in a data-sharing fiasco. Source: Bank Info Security …

Live Webinar | Solving Third-Party Risk at Scale – A True Risk-Based Approach

Source: Bank Info Security Live Webinar | Solving Third-Party Risk at Scale – A True Risk-Based Approach

Live Webinar: Fortifying Your Organization's Last Layer of Security

Source: Bank Info Security Live Webinar: Fortifying Your Organization’s Last Layer of Security

Ticketmaster Breach Traces to Embedded Chatbot Software

Hacker Modified JavaScript Chatbot to Scrape Customers’ Card Payment DetailsTicketmaster is warning customers that it suffered a data breach after an attacker modified its third-party chatbot software to steal customers’…

Feds Crack Down on Darknet Vendors of Illicit Goods

DHS Agents Posed as Money Launderers, Helping Suspects Cash Out CryptocurrencyFederal authorities have arrested more than 35 suspects on charges that include selling illicit substances via darknet marketplaces – such…

Equifax Coder Settles Insider Trading Charges With SEC

Software Engineer Profited From Breach Knowledge, Regulator AllegesAn Equifax software engineer has settled an insider trading charge with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission after he allegedly earned $77,000 after…

8 Highlights: Scottish 'Big Data' Cybersecurity Conference

Cloud Forensics, Fraud, Extortion and Cyber Sociology Dominate Edinburgh EventWhat are hot cybersecurity topics in Scotland? The “International Conference on Big Data in Cyber Security” in Edinburgh focused on everything…

Two Arrested for Hacking 700,000 Accounts

Russian law enforcement this week said two individuals were arrested for compromising accounts of loyalty program members from popular websites. read more Source: Security Week Two Arrested…

Facebook App Exposed Data of 120 Million Users

A recently addressed privacy bug on Nametests.com resulted in the data of over 120 million users who took personality quizzes on Facebook to be publicly exposed. read more …

Massive Breach at Data Broker Exactis Exposes Millions of Americans

Security Researcher Vinny Troia has discovered another sensitive database exposed on the internet. This one uses Elasticsearch, which allows easy data searching over the internet. Elasticsearch offers security including authentication…

Researchers Devise Rowhammer Attacks Against Latest Android Versions

A team of researchers from universities worldwide have devised a new set of DMA-based Rowhammer attacks against the latest Android OS, along with a lightweight defense to prevent such attacks…

Google Expands Android's Compiler-Based Mitigations

Google this week announced expanded compiler-based mitigations in Android P, in an attempt to make bugs harder to exploit and prevent specific types of issues from becoming vulnerabilities. read more…

Fuite de 340 millions de données personnelles chez Exactis, le commentaire de Forcepoint

Exactis, une entreprise de marketing et d’agrégation de données basée en Floride, a involontairement publié sa base de données contenant environ 340 millions d’enregistrements individuels sur un serveur accessible au…

Former Equifax Manager Charged With Insider Trading

US securities regulators announced insider trading charges on Thursday against a former Equifax manager who sold shares in the company before it disclosed a giant data breach. read more …

Facebook and Google accused of manipulating us with “dark patterns”

Privacy advocates are concerned that tech giants are using design patterns that discourage us from exercising our rights to privacy. Source: Naked Security Sophos Facebook and Google accused…

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