#WMESRM: Forcepoint Confirm AET Tool Relaunch, Say Evasions Still Matter
Forcepoint say the conversation around advanced evasion techniques (AET) needs to continue “as they work"
Two-Thirds of UK Consumers Worry Brands Put Private Data at Risk
More UK respondents think brands’ privacy policies have become weaker in the face of escalating cybersecurity attacks, and tougher regulation, rather than stronger
One in Eight English Adults Have Had Medical Data Stolen
Chemists' are the biggest source of healthcare breaches, Accenture says
Professor Mary Aiken Inducted into Infosecurity Europe’s Hall of Fame
Infosecurity Europe, Europe’s number one security event, has announced Professor Mary Aiken as the latest industry name to be inducted into the event’s Hall of Fame for 2017
Unroll.me Apologizes for Not Being Clear It Sells User Data
Unsubscribe service promises to be more transparent
Airbus and Cardiff Uni Launch Security Analytics Center
New hub will research innovative ways to detect and block attacks
MilkyDoor Infests 200 Android Apps
MilkyDoor is built to attack an enterprise’s internal networks, private servers, and ultimately, corporate assets and data.
SAP NetWeaver Flaws Allow Attackers Access to Enterprise Websites
Attackers can intercept login credentials, register keystrokes, spoof data or perform other illegal activities.
Employees Are Sharing Confidential Info at Alarming Rates
Nearly three in four employees (72%) are willing to share sensitive, confidential or regulated company information.
Interpol Spots Thousands of C&C Servers Across Asean
Public-private operation also discovers hundreds of compromised sites
Locky Returns via Necurs Botnet
Researchers from Cisco Talos have observed the first large scale Locky campaign in months via the Necurs botnet
LinkedIn Apologizes After Privacy Snafu
“Find nearby” feature accidentally included in latest update