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CURATED daily news for November 16, 2020
Today’s 12 newsworthy articles include: Pay2Key the next big ransomware, Heartbleed & Bluekeep still very alive, Better secure passwords, The DevSecOps brass ring, the US SEC issues credential stuffing alert, and The new ENISA landscape.
- DEF CON 28 Safe Mode BioHacking Village – Andrea Downing’s ‘Infodemic: Threat Models’
- What NOT to Do in Your First 90 Days as a CISO
- Botnet Attackers Turn to Vulnerable IoT Devices
- Manufacturing Becomes Major Target For Ransomware Attacks
- ‘Pay2Key’ Could Become Next Big Ransomware Threat
- Self-Service Security for Developers Is the DevSecOps Brass Ring
- Heartbleed, BlueKeep and other vulnerabilities that didn’t disappear just because we don’t talk about them anymore, (Mon, Nov 16th)
- The Most Common API Vulnerabilities
- SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspection and Examinations Warns of a Sudden Increase in Credential Stuffing Hack
- The ENISA Cybersecurity Threat Landscape
- Is There a Better Way to Create Secure Passwords?
- Digging into the Dark Web: How Security Researchers Learn to Think Like the Bad Guys
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