Application Security News and Articles
via the comic artistry and dry wit of Randall Munroe, resident at XKCD!
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With an estimated $188.36 billion invested in information security and risk-management cybersecurity in 2023, corporations understand the essential nature of cybersecurity in protecting their human, capital, and data assets. However, even with ...
GNOME 44, code-named Kuala Lumpur, is now available. The GNOME Circle now includes many new apps, and both the Software and Files apps have undergone enhancements. The new version features a grid view in the file chooser, improved settings panels ...
Backslash Security banks seed-stage capital to build new technology to identify and mitigate “toxic code flows” in cloud-native applications.
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Black Lantern Security introduces Badsecrets, an open source tool for identifying known or weak cryptographic secrets across multiple platforms.
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Our thanks to USENIX for publishing their Presenter’s outstanding USENIX Security ’22 Conference content on the organization’s’ YouTube channel.
The post USENIX Security ’22 – Harshad Sathaye, Martin Strohmeier, ...
Cisco Talos researchers found two high-severity vulnerabilities in WellinTech’s KingHistorian industrial data historian software.
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In this blog post, we'll cover some best practices for managing AWS secrets when using the AWS SDK in Python.
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The latest Chrome update brings patches for eight vulnerabilities, including seven reported by external researchers.
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Segregation in cloud environments is important for security - this post explores why and offers best practice tips for acting on it.
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Data tracking in cloud services and data warehouses is vital to data protection. Update your cloud security strategy with 7 key data protection measures.
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The popular cybercrime forum BreachForums is being shut down following the arrest of Conor Brian Fitzpatrick, who is accused of running the website.
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CISA announces adding more experts to its Cybersecurity Advisory Committee and updating the Cybersecurity Performance Goals.
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Earlier this year, the PCI Security Standards Council revealed version 4.0 of their payment card industry data security standard (PCI-DSS). While organizations won’t need to be fully compliant with 4.0 until March 2025, this update is their ...
Many of the most successful cybercriminals are shrewd; they want good ROI, but they don’t want to have to reinvent the wheel to get it.
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The Executive Dashboard is CyberSaint’s latest addition to the CyberStrong platform. Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) and security leaders can use this new dashboard to take control of cyber risk communication and drive informed ...
What does a government scam, an IT support scam and a romance scam have in common? They all use psychology […]
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Poor password practices continue to put businesses at risk, with nearly 90% of passwords used in successful attacks consisting of 12 characters or less, indicating additional security measures are required to protect access to sensitive data. ...
Security professionals understand the need for resilience in their company’s security posture, but often fail to build their own psychological resilience to stress.
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Spain needs more transparency over the Pegasus spyware hacking scandal, a European Parliament committee said.
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