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2020 Predictions: Privacy

Dimitri Sirota, co-founder and CEO, BigIDSiri, Are You Listening? Overcollection of consumer data has been an issue for quite some time, but the introduction of smart home devices like Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Nest have exponentially accelerated consumer data collection, much of which is superfluous and lacking in value. Large and small organizations alike are…
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Cybersecurity trends in 2018

End of the year wrap-ups always want to name a year something, like the “Year of Ransomware” or the “Year of Artificial Intelligence,” but it would be difficult to pin 2018 to a specific threat or trend, as so many reared their ugly heads. With that noted, it is pretty simple to define the year…
Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Second Google+ bug hastens shutdown

After a second, newly discovered, bug affected 52.5 million Google+ users, Google has decided to shutter the social network earlier than originally planned. “We’ve recently determined that some users were impacted by a software update introduced in November that contained a bug affecting a Google+ API,” David Thacker, vice president of product management for G…
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Halt, who goes there? Identity access management

In the heady days of the 1970s, no one passed through the doors of Studio 54 without famously being vetted by the trendy club’s bouncers – and with good reason. Not only did the disco want to attract only the hippest or most desirable of celebrities and glitterati, it also wanted to protect them, ensuring…
Huawei responds to allegations of NSA hacking
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Trump national emergency on info security allows ban on Huawei

Amid escalating trade war tensions with China and a lengthy dispute over Huawei Technologies over espionage allegations, President Trump declared a national emergency that bans U.S. telecommunications companies from using equipment from foreign firms that could threaten national security. The Commerce Department followed up immediately by placing Huawei Technologies and 70 affiliates on the Bureau…
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Cookie leak allows white-hat researcher to access HackerOne vulnerability reports

Bug bounty platform provider HackerOne Tuesday disclosed that one of its own security analysts mistakenly sent a session cookie to a white-hat researcher on Nov. 24, allowing the researcher to take over the analyst’s account and access vulnerability reports on a number of companies. The researcher, known in the HackerOne community as haxta4ok00, promptly reported…
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