[SecurityWeek] Emerson Patches Several Vulnerabilities in X-STREAM Gas Analyzers

American industrial giant Emerson this week informed customers that it has released firmware updates for its Rosemount X-STREAM gas analyzers to address half a dozen vulnerabilities, including ones that have been rated high severity. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SecurityWeek] Lawmakers Reintroduce ‘Pipeline Security Act’ Following Colonial Hack

More than a dozen U.S. lawmakers led by Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) have reintroduced the Pipeline Security Act, whose goal is to aid the DHS’s efforts to protect pipeline infrastructure against cyberattacks, terrorist attacks and other threats. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SecurityWeek] Researchers Find Exploitable Bugs in Mercedes-Benz Cars

Following an eight-month audit of the code in the latest infotainment system in Mercedes-Benz cars, security researchers with Tencent Security Keen Lab identified five vulnerabilities, four of which could be exploited for remote code execution. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SecurityWeek] Splunk to Acquire Threat Intelligence Platform Provider TruSTAR

Machine data solutions firm Splunk (NASDAQ: SPLK) announced Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire TruSTAR, a San Francisco-based company that provides a threat intelligence platform designed to integrate various threat data sources and improve detection and response times. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SecurityWeek] Argentina Orders Facebook to Suspend WhatsApp Data Sharing

Argentina has ordered Facebook to suspend its data use policy allowing it to collect information from users of its WhatsApp messaging app, the government announced on Monday. The suspension will last at least six months and aims to prevent “the abuse of a dominant position,” said a resolution published in the official bulletin. read more […]

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