[ZDNet] Assume breach position does not mean firms get to skip due diligence in cybersecurity

Recognising that security breaches are “not a matter of if, but when” does not mean businesses get to be cut some slack in the event of an incident, especially when they are unable to show due diligence in safeguarding their customers’ data.

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[SecurityWeek] Google Fights Phishing With Updated Workspace Notifications

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Google has made some changes to Google Workspace comment notifications in an effort to protect users against malware and phishing attacks. Previously, email notifications that were automatically sent to a user when someone mentioned them in a comment in a Google Workspace document only included the comment and the commenter’s name. read more Source: Read […]

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[BleepingComputer] Microsoft releases emergency OOB update for PrintNightmare zero-day

Microsoft has released emergency out-of-band security updates to address the actively exploited PrintNightmware¬†zero-day vulnerability in the¬†Windows Print Spooler service and impacting all supported Windows versions. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-02-19

ISS: Security incident impacting parts of the IT environment www.fi.issworld.com/ On 17 February 2020, ISS was the target of a malware attack. As a precautionary measure and as part of our standard operating procedure, we immediately disabled access to shared IT services across our sites and countries, which ensured the isolation of the incident. Dharma […]

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