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Tag Archives: #InfoSec

#infosec | Report Reveals Businesses Aren’t Ready for 5G

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A new report looking at 5G cybersecurity readiness has found that many businesses are inadequately prepared for the latest big data acceleration.  The AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report: Security at the Speed of 5G, published today, found that enterprises are lagging behind on expanding their virtualization and software-defined networking […]

#infosec | Amazon Doorbell Camera Lets Hackers Access Household Network

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A vulnerability detected in Amazon doorbell cameras made it possible for hackers to gain access to the owner’s household computer network. The weakness in the Ring Video Doorbell Pro IoT device was discovered by researchers at Bitdefender in June of this year. Researchers found that the credentials of […]

#cybersecurity | #infosec | Smashing Security #153: Cybercrime doesn’t pay (but Uber does)

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The cybercrime lovebirds who hijacked Washington DC’s CCTV cameras in the run-up to Donald Trump’s inauguration, the truffle-snuffling bankers at the centre of an insider-trading scandal, and the hackers that Uber paid hush money to hide a security breach. All this and much more is discussed […]

#cybersecurity | #infosec | How Facebook helps an abusive ex-partner find out your new identity, even after they’ve been blocked

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Imagine the scenario. You’re a woman in an abusive relationship with a man. Things have turned violent. You leave the man, block his account on Facebook, and maybe even change your name legally as you want to start afresh. You update your Facebook profile to reflect […]

National #cybersecurity #strategy can help #Ireland cement its place as an #infosec #hub within #Europe

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Something interesting has happened in the past year: the term ‘cybersecurity’ has finally entered the mainstream. Due to a period of global instability and numerous cyberattacks by actors eager to take advantage of the uncertainty wrought by Brexit and Trump, the issue of cybersecurity has never […]

Cyber Security InfoSec Engineer

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Job Description TITLE: Cyber Security InfoSec Engineer CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: Qualified candidates must have a current and active TS/SCI with polygraph clearance to be considered for this position. LOCATION: Washington Metropolitan Area LIFE AT QVINE: QVine employs only the best technology professionals, creating an exciting and innovative […]

NJVC and InfoSec Institute partner to provide cyber security training services

Top Priority Sector:  security_services Information technology solutions provider NJVC, of Chantilly, VA, and information security training company InfoSec Institute, have announced a partnership to provide cyber security training services. NJVC can now implement federal government and military formal training programs that fall under DoD 8570 training mandates. Homepage position:  1 read more View full post […]

Top 5 #infosec reads: March 24-28, 2014

By Matt Piscitello Phishing for flight MH370, XP end of life renews opportunities for attackers, massively infected LINUX servers, limits on phone records access, and better best practices for Internet firewalls are among this week’s top #infosec reads. APT Attacks use ‘news of doomed flight MH370′ The saying goes, “No honor among thieves,” and it […]

Top 5 #InfoSec Reads March 10 – March 14

by Matt Piscitello An incoming call from Edward Snowden, cyberattacks against Ukraine, iOS 7.1 patches for Webkit and malicious apps, selling student personal data, and a WhatsApp mishap are among this weeks top #infosec reads. Edward Snowden calls for encryption, surveillance reforms after NSA leaks Edward Snowden, exiled former CIA contractor, showed up at the […]