The software essentially exempted Apple’s own programs from being routed through its Network Extension Framework, which the company created for third-party security products to monitor and filter network traffic.
Applied to internet applications in general, the IDOR problems that led to the Parler exposure could extend to anything stored sequentially and not secured individually — receipts, posts, and in many instances entire accounts.
Organizations that can show they did their due diligence in protecting medical information will be better off, should a breach occur.
What might go down as the most consequential story of the year for the cybersecurity community only surfaced in December. And yet, experts predict years of clean up, both physical and political, and potential shifts in how the nation secures the supply chain.
Ticketmaster tried to steal both a client and design ideas from a competitor by logging into the back-end system with a former employer’s login credentials.
While much is speculative, a few aspects of how the government may handle interactions with the private sector on information security have begun to crystalize.
The Financial Crime Enforcement Network detailed for banks or other financial services organizations potential issues, asking the sector to be particularly attuned to ransomware attacks on distribution networks and the supply chains for the manufacture of vaccines.
The DHS advisory covers the various Chinese laws allowing Beijing to access data with employees, leadership, or ownership within its borders.