Dark Reading

Dark Reading: Connecting the Information and Security Community
  1. Companies are on track to file 27% more cyber claims in 2020, one insurer estimates, while another underwriter finds five out of every 100 companies file a claim each year.
  2. The Premier League English football (soccer) club team is reportedly being held to ransom by cyberattackers. Manchester United may face a difficult decision: whether to pay a ransom for release of its stolen data.
  3. The incident struck the day before Thanksgiving and interfered with online classes for some 115,000 students, officials report.
  4. Advantech reports the stolen data was confidential but did not contain high-value documents.
  5. The business priority of speed of development and deployment is overshadowing the need for secure code.
  6. Not everyone in a security department is acting in good faith, and they'll do what they can to bypass those who do. Here's how to spot them.
  7. Each security incident should lead to a successive reduction in future incidences of the same type. Organizations that fail toward zero embrace failure and learn from their mistakes.
  8. A security researcher explains the dangers of poor visibility in the cloud and a new strategy to evaluate IAM exposure in Google Cloud Platform.
  9. Don't ignore cyber operations outside US and European interests, researcher says. We can learn a lot from methods used by attackers that aren't among the usual suspects.
  10. The "OODA loop" shows us how to secure cloud-native deployments and prevent breaches before they occur.

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