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Basic flaws put pneumatic tube transport systems in hospitals at risk

Multiple vulnerabilities could allow persistent take-over and ransom demands by attackers.


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CompTIA Security+: Prerequisites, obectives, and cost

Learn how CompTIA Security+ certification will impact your job and salary and how to decide if this cert is right for you.


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5 riskiest mobile apps

Unsanctioned applications on corporate mobile devices is a security headache. Here are the five types of apps CISOs never want to find on corporate mobile devices, with strategies for mitigating the risks they pose.


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ANZ businesses hungry for IoT, unprepared for its risks

Explosion of device vulnerabilities leaves Australian, New Zealander companies victim to their own digital transformation efforts.


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CSO Global Intelligence Report: The State of Cybersecurity in 2021

The message is clear in a fresh survey of 2,741 security, IT, and business professionals around the world: The damage from attacks is widespread and organizations are increasing security budgets to fend off further impact.


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CSO's guide to the worst and most notable ransomware

The ransomware gangs and their malware listed here have victimized millions of companies and caused billions of dollars in costs.


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Security Recruiter Directory

To find the right security job or hire the right candidate, you first need to find the right recruiter. CSO's security recruiter directory is your one-stop shop.


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10 security tools all remote employees should have

Compromised employee personal devices and accounts can disrupt and possibly threaten business security. Getting these tools into their hands will help.


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How to review password quality in Active Directory

Regular reviews of the effectiveness of user, admin, and service passwords stored in Active Directory is a good idea. Here's how one password review tool works.


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Mitre D3FEND explained: A new knowledge graph for cybersecurity defenders

D3FEND is a new schema released by Mitre last month to establish a common language to help cyber defenders share strategies and methods. It is a companion project to the company’s ATT&CK framework.


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APT group hits IIS web servers with deserialization flaws and memory-resident malware

Praying Mantis group is likely a nation-state actor that uses custom malware and is adept at avoiding detection.


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7 tenets of zero trust explained

Cut through the hype. NIST's core zero trust elements provide a practical framework around which to build a zero trust architecture.


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Why code reuse is still a security nightmare

Despite best efforts to track software dependencies, blind spots still exist leading to silent vulnerabilities in software.


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Australia is playing catchup on cybersecurity defences

As ransomware and other cyberattacks rise, both the government and organisations are taking steps to protect themselves, but more is needed.


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EU takes aim at ransomware with plans to make Bitcoin traceable, prohibit anonymity

The European Commission has set out new legislative proposals to make crypto transfers more traceable. While the plans will close some existing loopholes, the impact on cybercrime is likely to be minimal, experts say.