CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: Today I came across this story from todayonline.com and securityweek.com that lays out a little-known fact and is being revealed in the two articles The two article verifies that an AV software, such as Kaspersky Lab’s, can be weaponized and turned spy. Here why… “In order for AV to work, it has to be
Day: January 9, 2018
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: Today I came across this story from thehackernews.com in first to report WPA3 protocol standard that replaces the existing WPA2—the network Wi-Fi security protocol that has been around for at least 15 years and widely used by billions of wireless devices every day, including smartphones, laptops, and Internet of things The new standard of
CyberWisdom Safer Harbor Commentaries: Today I came across this story from cbsnews.com that provide sixth suggestions as a safe harbor on cyber hacks. Six ways for a safe harbor on cyber hacks: Avoid simple password and using better password policies for account takeovers According to a recent survey, more than 80% of people over 18
CyberWisdom Observed: This article from SecurityAffairs is interesting and needs a quick read for your awareness on cyber crypto-mining by the North Koreans. The mined Monero coins are sent to Kim Il Sung University in Pyongyang, North Korea, but experts noted that the developers might not be of North Korean origins. The KSU is an unusually open University, it is
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from theregister.co.uk declares how installing patch fixes to be safe from Meltdown and Spectre bugs. We recommended enabling PCID (Linux only) will add more performance and protections. The consequences of fixing these mistakes are enough to attract attention and complaints. Be aware that CyberWisdom Safe
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: I couldn’t believe this story from rt.com that argues a revealing headline which is a contrary to recent events with Bitcoin and being safe. Read on if this is true… Along with the unprecedented surge in value, cryptocurrencies saw an equally unprecedented number of controversies. In December, the US Securities and
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: Commentary: DHS breach of 247,167 employee records illustrates mislabeling and handling of today’s cyber security practices This Safe Harbor Commentary is on the breach of data by an insider, handling of mislabeling the case, has damaged public and employee trust in DHS as Safe Harbor in Cyber for the Federal government.