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Venture capital investments

June 10, 2019 Vectra closed a $100 million round of funding led by TCV and existing investors. Vectra said it will use the investment to accelerate global market expansion and R&D innovation. November 29, 2018Venafi closed a $100 million round of financing that was led by TCV along with investment from QuestMark Partners and NextEquity…
Winnti trojan may help set stage for Skeleton Key attacks, analysts say
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Google to replace Titan security keys due to a misconfiguration

Google is replacing its Titan Security Bluetooth keys due to a vulnerability which could allow attackers within range unauthorized access to use someone else’s key. The issue specifically affects Titans Security Keys’ BLE version that can be identified by either a T1 or T2 stamped on the back of the key. A misconfiguration in the…
Malware, Security News

ShadowHammer code found in several video games

An adjunct to the ShadowHammer campaign has been uncovered that has video games being implanted with malware in a similar manner as was done with ASUS computers. Kaspersky Labs’ GReAT team previously disclosed ShadowHammer in March, after discovering the supply chain attack in January, but this time it tracked a case from the creator of…
election hacking
Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Mulvaney told Nielsen to talk election security outside Trump’s earshot

White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney allegedly warned former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to keep 2020 election security off of President Trump’s radar shortly before she left office. It “wasn’t a great subject and should be kept below his level,” a New York Times report cited Mulvaney as saying. Mulvaney’s…
Cybercrime, Security News

ShadowHammer attack installed backdoors on a million ASUS devices

Backdoors added to ASUS computers through its software update platform resulted in what Kaspersky researchers are calling one of the largest supply chain incidents ever, “ShadowHammer,” which even surpassed the scope of the CCleaner attack. Researchers estimated malware was distributed to nearly a million people, although the cybercriminals appeared to have only targeted 600 specific…
Mozilla, Cisco and others sponsor certificate provider Let's Encrypt
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GoDaddy, Apple and Google misuse more than 1M certificates

A major operational error has resulted in the issuance of at least one million browser-trusted digital certificates from GoDaddy, Apple and Google that don’t comply with binding industry mandates. The misconfiguration is the result of open source EJBCA software package that many browser-trusted authorities use to generate certificates that secure websites, encrypt email, and digitally…
Cybercrime, Security News

SSL/TLS certificate markets boom on dark web (video)

SSL/TLS certificate marketplaces are thriving on the dark web, Venafi Vice President of Security Strategy and Threat Intelligence Kevin Bocek tells SC Media Executive Editor Teri Robinson. Bocek discusses the findings of Venafi’s just released study on the dark web.
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Looming retirement of legacy system custodians put global IT systems at risk

Government IT systems and critical infrastructure systems around the world are at risk due to legacy technology and the pending retirement of those who have historically maintained these older systems. Of the U.S. General Services Administration’s mission-critical IT staff, 20-50 percent will be eligible to retire by 2024 and 66 percent of U.K. companies have…
InfoSec Insider

How to Get Started with Secrets Management

The only thing worse than having a huge problem is having a huge problem and not realizing it. Believe it or not, many organizations are in the latter boat right now. Specifically, many organizations are undergoing a proliferation of secrets at a scale and scope that eclipses the ability of mechanisms and controls they may have in place to keep them protected.

Cloud Security, Data Breach, Security News

Oklahoma Dept. of Securities server exposes millions of files

An unsecured storage server belonging to the Oklahoma Department of Securities exposed millions of files, containing personal data, systems credentials and internal commission documents as well as communications meant for the Oklahoma Securities Commission. The server, discovered by the UpGuard Data Breach Research team, has since been secured, the researchers said in a blog post.…
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