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Curated daily news for February 17, 2021
Today’s articles include: Diversity and Cybersecurity, OpenSSL gets patched, WebKit zero-day widely exploited for malvertising, DAIC: Combating BEC attacks, The human side of security, and RDP – the problem that wont go away.
- Black History Month 2021: Time to Talk Diversity and Cybersecurity
- Hacker discloses documents of a prominent law firm, firm points to third-party breach.
- Three New Vulnerabilities Patched in OpenSSL
- CISO Talk: The Human Side of Cybersecurity
- RDP, the ransomware problem that won’t go away
- WebKit Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited in Malvertising Operation
- Preventing CSRF Attacks
- Introducing DAIC: A Suggested System for Preventing BEC Fraud
- Digital Transformation Frameworks for Cyber Risk Teams
- BSidesSF 2020 – Kelley Robinson ‘s ‘2FA In 2020 And Beyond
- Naked Security Live – When is a bug bounty not a bug bounty?
- BSidesSF 2020 – Or Katz’s ‘Creating Threat Intelligence Signals In A “Zero Trust” Environment’
|Tool Of The Day|
|OSV – Open Source Vulnerability DB And Triage Service: OSV is a vulnerability database and triage infrastructure for open source projects aimed at helping both open source maintainers and consumers of open source. For open source maintainers, OSV’s automation helps reduce the burden of triage. Each vulnerability undergoes automated bisection and impact analysis to determine precise affected commit and version ranges. For open-source consumers, OSV provides an API that lets users of these projects query whether or not their versions are impacted.|
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