Dark Reading

Dark Reading: Connecting the Information and Security Community
  1. A new Nominet survey shows a familiar disconnect between business and security teams on the matter of cyber preparedness.
  2. Stability of PCI DSS helps companies cope and create more mature security programs, but some parts of the Payment Card Industry's Data Secure Standard continue to cause headaches.
  3. The November Patch Tuesday update fixed 13 critical flaws, including a zero-day bug in Internet Explorer.
  4. Attackers over the past month have been using a rarely seen approach to disrupt services at large organizations in several countries.
  5. Organizations without MFA are wide open to attack when employees fall for phishing scams or share passwords. What's holding them back?
  6. Attackers could take advantage of simple design flaws in widely distributed drivers to gain control over Windows systems.
  7. The ubiquitous Caller ID hasn't changed much over the years, but the technology to exploit it has exploded. That may be about to change.
  8. Cybercriminals tried to take the Labour Party's digital platforms offline weeks before the election on December 12.
  9. Organizations realize the scale of cyber-risk but lack counter-actions to build resilience.
  10. Cloud APIs' accessibility over the Internet opens a new window for adversaries to gain highly privileged access to cloud assets.

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