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The federal government’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued a rare emergency directive to federal government agencies to roll out a Windows Server patch within days, an indication of the severity of the exploit.
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For some cybercriminal groups, attacks on banks and other financial institutions are like an assembly line. Many people know tracing stolen funds is usually impossible, but not everyone knows why. A joint report by BAE Systems and researchers from the payment system SWIFT details how cybercriminals launder stolen money.
Mark Settle is a seven-time CIO, three-time CIO 100 award winner and two-time book author. His most recent book is “Truth from the Valley: A Practical Primer on IT Management for the Next Decade.”
A cybersecurity framework lays the foundation for your entire program and one of the keys for CISO to succeed. It not only helps CISO to streamline the cybersecurity activities but also helpful in communicating the state of cybersecurity to top management. But there is no black and white answer to which framework to choose.
If you are a security admin with lots of systems running Cisco IOS and IOS XE software today is decidedly not your day.
- Household IoT devices face an ever-increasing risk without proper security
- Hackers compromise IoT devices and integrate them into botnets responsible for major DDoS attacks
- ISPs can do much more to protect their customers and infrastructure
IoT makes people’s lives more comfortable, but for all the good it does, it’s also a prime target for botnets and threat actors. Compromised IoT devices launch DDoS attacks against online services, companies, or even people. There’s an entire industry built around the DDoS-as-a-Service principle, and the potential victims don’t have many options for protection. A possible solution lies in the hands of ISPs when they choose to provide IoT security to their customers.