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Dark Reading: Connecting the Information and Security Community
  1. Real estate title firm reportedly has closed a hole in its website that had left hundreds of millions of real estate tile insurance files accessible without authentication, according to KrebsOnSecurity.
  2. MistNet, founded by former Juniper employees, moves AI processing to the network edge to build distributed detection and analysis models for security.
  3. CrowdStrike, NSS Labs reach confidential settlement over 2017 endpoint product testing dispute.
  4. The talent gap is too large for any one sector, and cybersecurity vendors have a big role to play in helping to close it.
  5. Get ready, because this October Black Hat will bring its highly-regarded Trainings to Alexandria, Virginia for two days of intensive, practical cybersecurity education.
  6. The increasing number of successful law enforcement actions and prosecutions suggest that cybercriminals have plenty of reason to be looking over their shoulders.
  7. The exploits for local privilege escalation vulnerabilities in Windows could be integrated into malware before Microsoft gets a chance to fix the issues.
  8. At Interop 2019, IT and security experts urged attendees to focus on data asset management as a means of mitigating risk.
  9. The move provides another spark to light a fire under CISOs to improve how they measure and communicate security risks to the board, security experts say.
  10. Official opinion issued by the Federal Election Commission to nonprofit Defending Digital Campaigns is good news for free and reduced-cost security offerings to political candidates and committees.

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