VPN Vulnerabilities show Work From Home(WFH) Weakness

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NSA has a cybersecurity  advisory It says that Pulse SecureTM, Palo Alto GlobalProtectTM, and Fortinet FortigateTM VPN(Virtual Private Network) products have vulnerabilities 3 of them VPN CVEs being currently exploited include but may not be limited to: CVE-2019-11510 and CVE-2019-1153 which allow for remote arbitrary file downloads and remote code execution on Pulse Connect Secure […]

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Who Is Responsible For Cyber Attacks? CEO or CIO?

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Technewsworld has an interesting article: Cybersecurity Conundrum: Who’s Responsible for Securing IoT Networks? I do not want to focus on the IoT(Internet of Things) angle, instead pointing the spotlight  at the responsibility of the Cyber breach (assuming they get breached): {Global research and advisory firm Gartner predicts that, by 2024, 75 percent of CEOs will […]

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Complacency and Cybersecurity Awareness

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Are we being too complacent in our feeling of “nothing will happen to us” with regard to Cybersecurity? 2 stories tie this theme together: Phishing awareness training  wears off after a few months Apparently retraining is required after 6 months. Ransomware and Observations from Recent IR investigations Businesses are still getting ransomware, not how it […]

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Cybersecurity Must be Attended to Or? Can the Unthinkable Happen to You?

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Should Cybersecurity have some attention if you have not been hacked before? Does your business really need  more Cybersecurity awareness? I.e. So What… Cybersecurity!!! Is this what you are thinking? That does not matter to me ? I guess if this is your default thinking after every new headline of Breaches and attacks… For example […]

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