Recent Security News

  • MxD Research Reveals Major Disconnect Between Perceived and Actual Cybersecurity Capabilities in US Manufacturing

    July 17, 2024 at 04:55PM The report from MxD and the National Center for Cybersecurity in Manufacturing highlights the urgent need for the U.S. manufacturing sector to enhance its cybersecurity posture. It reveals that manufacturers are overestimating their capabilities and identifies key areas where additional resources can strengthen cybersecurity infrastructure. The report also emphasizes the…

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  • Top 5 Mistakes Businesses Make When Implementing Zero Trust

    July 17, 2024 at 04:40PM The press release highlights the growing trend of organizations adopting Zero Trust architectures in response to evolving cybersecurity threats. It emphasizes the challenges and common mistakes organizations face when implementing these strategies, such as overlooking organizational culture, underestimating human risk, neglecting the supply chain, failing to plan for sustainable success,…

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  • QBE Insurance Launches Global Cyber Coverage With QCyberProtect

    July 17, 2024 at 04:10PM QBE Insurance has unveiled QCyberProtect, a comprehensive global cyber policy offering tailored coverage for emerging cyber risks. The policy includes a network of cyber experts and QCyberPrepare, a risk management tool. Currently available in 10 countries, the policy will be launched in more countries. QBE North America, part of QBE…

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  • Aura Partners With Mosaic Compliance Services to Launch a Program to Protect Auto Dealers and Buyers From Cybercrime

    July 17, 2024 at 04:03PM Cybercrimes are increasingly targeting the auto industry, prompting the implementation of regulations like the Red Flags Rule to protect consumer data. Aura and Mosaic Compliance Services have partnered to provide identity theft protection to car buyers, helping dealers comply with regulations and earn trust from customers. Aura offers online safety…

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  • DPRK Hackers Tweak Malware to Lure MacOS Users into Video Calls

    July 17, 2024 at 03:12PM North Korea state-sponsored hackers have targeted macOS users with a new variant of BeaverTail malware, posing as a fake job interview to trick victims into downloading a malicious version of Microtalk. Cybersecurity researcher Patrick Wardle uncovered the campaign, highlighting the hackers’ use of social engineering tactics and the execution of…

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