[SecurityWeek] What a Departure Email Can Teach Us About Security

When someone leaves their job to pursue other opportunities, we often receive an email about their departure. Many times, the departure email praises the person who has given notice. This would seem to be a courteous tradition when someone leaves.

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[TheRecord] CISA adds single-factor authentication to its catalog of ‘Bad Practices’

Earlier this year, in June, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) launched a new project called “Bad Practices” that consisted of a catalog of non-recommended cybersecurity practices, techniques, and configurations. The initial list only included two entries, but in an update today, CISA officials added a new “bad practice” to their list—namely, the use of […]

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[ZDNet] More than 30 countries outline efforts to stop ransomware after White House virtual summit

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The countries said ransomware is an “escalating global security threat with serious economic and security consequences.” Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-02-26

Iranian APT Targets Govs With New Malware threatpost.com/iranian-apt-targets-govs-with-new-malware/153162/ A new campaign is targeting governments with the ForeLord malware, which steals credentials.. A never before seen credential-stealing malware, dubbed ForeLord, has been uncovered in recent spear phishing emails. Researchers have attributed the campaign to a known Iranian advanced persistence threat (APT) group. Internal Docs Show Why […]

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