Federal Court Narrows ‘Third Party’ Warrant Requirement

In United States v. Carpenter, the United States Supreme Court ruled that, before the police could obtain historical cell site location information (CSLI) about the location of someone’s cell phone in the past, they had to seek and obtain a warrant fr… Continue reading Federal Court Narrows ‘Third Party’ Warrant Requirement

Asset Discovery Provider Panaseer Raises $26.5 Million

Asset and security control management provider Panaseer on Wednesday announced a new $26.5 million round of funding, bringing the total investment in the company up to $43 million.
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Rail Firm Staff Fail ‘Bonus’ Phishing Test, Chaos Ensues

“Click here to claim your bonus pay,” said email from a British train company. But it was a phishing test—and now the staff are hopping mad.
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Synthetic Identity Theft: When Everybody Knows Your Name

You probably have a place where everyone knows your name — and maybe your address and your birthday and your favorite drink. That place could be your favorite restaurant, your office or your grandma’s house. It doesn’t matter where that place is; when everyone in the room greets you by name, it gives you a […]

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DevOps Security Startup Cycode Raises $20 Million

Cycode, an Israeli startup focused on securing DevOps tools, today announced that it has raised $20 million in Series A funding, which brings the total capital raised by the company up to $25 million.
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Capterra Names JumpCloud a Top Performer for IT Management

IT Admins continue to choose JumpCloud’s directory platform as their go-to for managing users’ identities, access, and devices across all IT resources.
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Adobe: Windows Users Hit by PDF Reader Zero-Day

Adobe on Tuesday warned that a gaping security hole in one of the most widely deployed software products has been exploited in the wild in “limited attacks targeting Adobe Reader users on Windows.”
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Adopting Microsegmentation Into Your Zero Trust Model, Part 3

This is the third and final part in a series on zero trust and microsegmentation. Be sure to check out Parts 1 and 2. The customer relationship used to be circular — you marketed your products to customers, they purchased products, your company provided customer service as needed and then you marketed additional products to […]

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Diplomatic Entities Targeted with New ‘Moriya’ Windows Rootkit

Researchers at anti-malware vendor Kaspersky are documenting a previously unknown Windows rootkit being used in the toolkit of an APT actor currently targeting diplomatic entities in Asia and Africa.
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Colonial Pipeline FAIL: Ransomware Gang Threatens Gas Supplies

The Colonial Pipeline is critical infrastructure—of that there’s no doubt. But ransomware scrotes have crippled it.
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