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Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Security News

Student hacks online school government election

A student running for class president of Berkley High School in California hacked into the email accounts of his fellow students in order to swing the school’s first ever online election his way. The unnamed student, and a friend, managed to cast hundreds of fake online votes for himself after gaining access to the district-issued…
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Data Breach, Privacy & Compliance, Security News

Saudis hacked Jeff Bezos’s personal data, probe finds

Saudi Arabia’s government gleaned private information from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’s phone, security consultant Gavin de Becker said following an investigation into how texts and intimate photos from Bezos’s phone found their way to the National Enquirer. “Our investigators and several experts concluded with high confidence that the Saudis had access to Bezos’s phone, and…
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Cybercrime, Security News

Insurance Companies collaborate to offer cybersecurity ratings

In a collaborative effort, some of the world’s largest insurers have set out to create a consumer ratings service for the cybersecurity industry. The initiative, launched Tuesday and set to be led by Marsh & McLennan, will attempt to score best products to reduce hacking risks and will create an assessment of the best cybersecurity…
Opinion, Security News

Building protections from within for 2019

2018 was an interesting year for Insider Threat. While most CISOs were already painfully aware of the risks posed by insiders – both malicious and inadvertent – the public has a growing understanding of how business can suffer because of employee misbehavior. In a well-publicized case filed in the Northern District of New York, an…
RiskSec 2019 Philadelphia, SC Corporate News, Security News

RiskSec: Mark Eggleston, Health Partners Plans

Enlisting FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) to argue for security budgets was commonly practiced by many security pros back in the day. It’s not a useful tactic nowadays, although more widespread hype about cybersecurity threats is common in mainstream coverage and some marketing collateral directed at executives less knowledgeable about industry happenings. At RiskSec 2019…

SC Media’s 30th Anniversary Celebration

SC Media has embarked on a year-long celebration of our 30th year as being part of the cybersecurity industry. The anniversary will be marked with features, podcasts, videos and more that all look back at the previous three decades, calling out the milestones, companies, industry leaders and happenings that have brought us to 2019.  From the…
Company News, Security News

The winners of the 2019 SC Awards Honored in the U.S.

For a complete overview of SC Awards 2019 please click on the Book of the Night link above. Trust AwardBest Authentication Technology WinnerRSA Security for RSA SecurID Access There’s only one “you,” but at least there’s plenty of ways to prove you’re you. That’s especially true when using RSA SecurID Access, a smart authentication platform…
Company News, SC Media's 30th Anniversary Celebration, Security News

SC Media’s 30th anniversary award winners

As part of SC Media’s year-long celebration of our 30th anniversary, we wanted to honor cybersecurity leaders who have shaped the industry these last three decades, as well as call out contributions made by others who may just be beginning their journey and likely will have influence over the next 30 years. Of course, we…
Data breaches are becoming more common - and costly.
Data Breach, Security News

Dow Jones database holding 2.4 million records of politically exposed persons

A cybersecurity researcher found the Down Jones Watchlist residing in an open Elasticsearch database containing 2.4 million records of politicians, criminals and national and international sanction lists. Independent researcher Bob Diachenko reported on his Security Discovery blog that he came across the 4.4GB dataset on February 22. The files were not secured and could be…
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