July 2023

White House: Losing Section 702 spy powers would be among ‘worst intelligence failures of our time’

White House: Losing Section 702 spy powers would be among ‘worst intelligence failures of our time’ 31/07/2023 at 23:02 By Jessica Lyons Hardcastle As expert panel suggests some tweaks to boost public’s confidence in FISA The White House has weighed in on the Section 702 debate, urging lawmakers to reauthorize, “without new and operationally damaging …

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Apple Lists APIs That Developers Can Only Use for Good Reason

Apple Lists APIs That Developers Can Only Use for Good Reason 31/07/2023 at 21:31 By Ionut Arghire To boost user privacy, Apple is requiring app developers to declare a reason to use specific APIs. The post Apple Lists APIs That Developers Can Only Use for Good Reason appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an …

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Reddit Taps Fredrick ‘Flee’ Lee for CISO Job

Reddit Taps Fredrick ‘Flee’ Lee for CISO Job 31/07/2023 at 21:31 By Ryan Naraine Reddit hires a 20-year cybersecurity veteran to manage its privacy and security functions as it prepares for an IPO. The post Reddit Taps Fredrick ‘Flee’ Lee for CISO Job appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS …

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Do Facebook’s algorithms drive political polarization? Meta says no, but researchers say it’s complicated

Do Facebook’s algorithms drive political polarization? Meta says no, but researchers say it’s complicated 31/07/2023 at 21:17 By Katyanna Quach Plus: Google DeepMind’s latest visual-language model robot, and more AI in brief  Four research papers this week concluded that users’ political beliefs and behavior don’t seem to be all that impacted by information amplified by …

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Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud Now Protects Software Delivery Pipeline

Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud Now Protects Software Delivery Pipeline 31/07/2023 at 20:17 By Steve McDowell, Contributor Palo Alto Networks addresses AppSec concerns for cloud native security with a new set of CI/CD security capabilities for its Prisma Cloud offering. This article is an excerpt from Forbes – Cybersecurity View Original Source React to this …

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Twitter’s giant glowing X was put up without a permit, say SF officials

Twitter’s giant glowing X was put up without a permit, say SF officials 31/07/2023 at 19:32 By Brandon Vigliarolo Neighbors say it’s an eyesore, but Musk’s underlings won’t let inspectors near it A giant light-up X logo appeared atop the HQ of the company formerly known as Twitter on Friday, spurring complaints from neighbors and …

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Between 80- and 95% of cyberattacks begin with phishing

Between 80- and 95% of cyberattacks begin with phishing 31/07/2023 at 18:48 By A recent Comcast Business report pulls data from 23.5 billion cybersecurity attacks and found that attacks come from internal and external sources. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:

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LLMs appear to reason by analogy, a cornerstone of human thinking

LLMs appear to reason by analogy, a cornerstone of human thinking 31/07/2023 at 18:17 By Lindsay Clark How they do it remains a mystery, say boffins in research paper Large language models such as OpenAI’s GPT-3 can display the ability to solve complex reasoning tasks which humans crack using analogies.… This article is an excerpt …

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Dell introduces new offerings to accelerate secure generative AI initiatives

Dell introduces new offerings to accelerate secure generative AI initiatives 31/07/2023 at 18:02 By Industry News DELL introduces new offerings to help customers securely build generative AI (GenAI) models on-premises to accelerate improved outcomes and drive new levels of intelligence. New Dell Generative AI Solutions, expanding upon our May’s Project Helix announcement, span IT infrastructure, …

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FTC seeks comment over parental consent guidelines for COPPA

FTC seeks comment over parental consent guidelines for COPPA 31/07/2023 at 17:31 By The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has requested commentary following an application for new methods of obtaining parental consent using biometrics. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:

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Oracle unveils Cloud Native SCCA Landing Zone framework for the U.S. Department of Defense

Oracle unveils Cloud Native SCCA Landing Zone framework for the U.S. Department of Defense 31/07/2023 at 17:02 By Industry News Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) has introduced a new Secure Cloud Computing Architecture (SCCA) for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The solution helps make security compliance and cloud adoption for mission-critical workloads easier, faster, and …

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New P2PInfect Worm Targets Redis Servers with Undocumented Breach Methods

New P2PInfect Worm Targets Redis Servers with Undocumented Breach Methods 31/07/2023 at 17:02 By The P2PInfect peer-to-peer (P2) worm has been observed employing previously undocumented initial access methods to breach susceptible Redis servers and rope them into a botnet. “The malware compromises exposed instances of the Redis data store by exploiting the replication feature,” Cado …

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AWS: IPv4 addresses cost too much, so you’re going to pay

AWS: IPv4 addresses cost too much, so you’re going to pay 31/07/2023 at 16:46 By Dan Robinson Perhaps that’ll focus your minds on speeding up your adoption of IPv6, eh? Cloud giant AWS will start charging customers for public IPv4 addresses from next year, claiming it is forced to do this because of the increasing …

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Ivanti fixes second zero-day exploited by attackers (CVE-2023-35081)

Ivanti fixes second zero-day exploited by attackers (CVE-2023-35081) 31/07/2023 at 16:32 By Helga Labus Another actively exploited zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2023-35081) affecting Ivanti Endpoint Manager Mobile (EPMM) has been identified and fixed. The first zero-day spotted Last week, we reported on a remote unauthenticated API access vulnerability (CVE-2023-35078) affecting Ivanti EPMM having been exploited to target …

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Security leaders discuss CISA advisory of IDOR web app vulnerabilities

Security leaders discuss CISA advisory of IDOR web app vulnerabilities 31/07/2023 at 15:46 By Security leaders talk about a new advisory released by CISA which warns of web applications about insecure direct object reference (IDOR) vulnerabilities. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:

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Patchwork Hackers Target Chinese Research Organizations Using EyeShell Backdoor

Patchwork Hackers Target Chinese Research Organizations Using EyeShell Backdoor 31/07/2023 at 15:46 By Threat actors associated with the hacking crew known as Patchwork have been spotted targeting universities and research organizations in China as part of a recently observed campaign. The activity, according to KnownSec 404 Team, entailed the use of a backdoor codenamed EyeShell. Patchwork, also …

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Webinar: Riding the vCISO Wave: How to Provide vCISO Services

Webinar: Riding the vCISO Wave: How to Provide vCISO Services 31/07/2023 at 15:46 By Demand for Virtual CISO services is soaring. According to Gartner, the use of vCISO services among small and mid-size businesses and non-regulated enterprises was expected to grow by a whopping 1900% in just one year, from only 1% in 2021 to …

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Hikvision and Nvidia named in contract for Uyghur detection

Hikvision and Nvidia named in contract for Uyghur detection 31/07/2023 at 15:32 By Laura Dobberstein Chip giant washes its hands – but you can’t stop secondary sales Chinese video surveillance equipment maker Hikvision was reportedly paid $6 million by Beijing last year to provide technology that could identify members of the nation’s Uyghur people, a …

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