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  Black Window Enterprise 10 Codename : Polemos Black Window 10 Enterprise is the first windows based penetration testing distribution with Linux integrated ! The system comes activated with a digital license for Windows enterprise! It supports windows apps and Linux apps, GUI and terminal apps! It comes with a tone off hacking tools plus all the tools that are included with the latest release of Cerberus Linux! It has managed to implement Cerberus os within windows. Offers the stability of a windows system…

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European businesses hit with 60,000 data breaches in eight months.

More than 59,000 data breaches have been reported across Europe since data protection laws were brought in last year, new figures have revealed. The Netherlands, Germany and the UK topped the list of the most reported breaches in the eight months since new GDPR laws came into force, according to law firm DLA Piper. The breaches, which range from minor errors such as missent emails to major cyber hacks, were reported by public and private organisations in the 26 European countries where data is…


86% Of CISOs Say Breaches Are Inevitable, But Too Many Are Stuck In A Vicious Circle Of Risk.

IT security leaders in businesses across the globe are stuck with their hands behind their backs when it comes to fighting off cybercrime. They lack influence in the boardroom and find it hard to justify the budgets they need; inevitably making their businesses more vulnerable. The phenomenon is one of the findings of a new report from Kaspersky Lab, which has found that 86% of CISOs now believe cybersecurity breaches to be inevitable, with financially motivated groups being their primary concern. From Cloud To…

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Stringent password rules lower risk of personal data breaches

Researchers at IU have discovered a simple way to foil criminals intent on breaking into university data. To investigate the impact of policy on password reuse, the study analyzed password policies from 22 different U.S. universities, including their home institution, IU. Next, they extracted sets of emails and passwords from two large data sets that were published online and contained over 1.3 billion email addresses and password combinations. Based on email addresses belonging to a university’s domain, passwords were compiled and compared against a university’s official…


Why Access Controls Are Not Enough to Stop Data Breaches

By Linus Chang, CEO, Scram Software () Data breaches have quickly morphed into an alarming epidemic. This is evidenced by the fact that they have become so commonplace, they’re seen as a given now rather than as shocking news. Recent history offers countless examples of breaches that can be instructive as to what’s going wrong, but here are just a few: In June of 2017, the Republican National Committee leaked data on 198 million Americans, due to human error that led to a cloud…

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Younger employees identified as main culprits for security breaches in the workplace

More than a third of senior executives believe that younger employees are the “main culprits” for data security breaches in the workplace according to a new independent study into attitudes of the next generation workforce about cybersecurity, commissioned by Centrify, a leading provider of Zero Trust Security through the power of Next-Gen Access. More worrying is that the study also reveals that these same decision makers are doing very little to allay their own fears, with over a third of 18-24-year olds able to…

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Texas cancer center faces $4.3M fine for data breaches

Federal health officials have ordered the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to pay a $4.3 million fine for failing to secure health records stemming from data breaches. The Houston Chronicle reports the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday that MD Anderson’s failure to encrypt health records violated the 1996 patient privacy law known as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The case involves three incidents in 2012 and 2013 when the center’s devices were either stolen or lost, potentially compromising the…

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Losses, Not Breaches, Drive AppSec Investment

Many organizations, including the likes of Panera, UnderArmour, Delta and Sears, have suffered the consequences of a “golden child” app that runs wild. They all have experienced high-value web-app attacks. A new study released by Arxan, 2018 Global Study on Application Security, takes a look at the impact apps running in unsecured environments pose to businesses and the specific tools and techniques businesses are currently using to get in front of these risks. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Infosecurity Magazine The post Losses, Not Breaches, Drive AppSec Investment appeared first…