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Google Chrome 79 Is Out With Password Protection And Anti-Phishing Measures

Google has been working for quite some time to provide improved security features to Chrome users. Earlier, they launched better password protection with breach alerts. Then, they integrated this Password

Hardware/Network Software

Shadow IT Is The Cybersecurity Threat That Keeps Giving All Year Long

More than 5,000 personal devices connect to enterprise networks every day with little or no endpoint security enabled in one of every three companies in the U.S., U.K., and Germany.

Hardware/Network Software

As malware and network attacks increase in 2019, zero day malware accounts for 50% of detections

Amid significant increases in both malware and network attacks, multiple Apache Struts vulnerabilities – including one used in the devastating Equifax data breach – appeared for the first time on WatchGuard’s list of most

Industry Insights

The phishing tricks that break through standard email filters

Some phishing emails are easy to spot: the spelling is bad, the spoofed email is clearly a fake, and the images are too warped to have possibly been sent by

Software

How to test employee cyber competence through pen-testing

Social engineering hacking preys on the vulnerabilities inherent in human psychology, so it’s vital for organizations to test employee cyber competence. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

Industry Insights

UK Government Issues Cybersecurity Warning to Charities

The British government issued a cybersecurity alert to charities today warning of a spike in reported cases of mandate fraud in which scammers impersonate employees. Click here to view original webpage at

Software

2019 in review: data breaches, GDPR’s teeth, malicious apps, malvertising and more

Midyear reports showed a 54 percent increase in breaches over last year with more than 4 billion records compromised. The year is ending with news about breaches impacting customers of Macy’s and T-Mobile.

Vendor News

Enterprises that wait to adopt a mobile-first strategy set to fail, report finds

Report authors concerned that 64% of survey respondents cited workplace culture as their leading obstacle to mobile transformation. Click here to view original webpage at www.mmh.com

Software

2020 is when cybersecurity gets even weirder, so get ready

Tech analyst Forrester predicts that deepfakes could end up costing businesses a lot of money next year: as much as $250m. That might happen in a couple of ways. There’s

Mobile

Latest Android vulnerabilities can brick your phone, control the camera, steal your cash, and more

We’ve discussed the “F” word before when talking about Android, and when it comes to the distribution of the monthly Android security update, fragmentation could be a serious problem for