Security daily (07-09-2020)

Monday review – catch up on our latest articles and videos

Our recent articles and videos, all in one place. (Naked Security)

Darknet Market's Peacemaker Sentenced To 11 Years In Prison

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Chilean Bank Shuts Down Following Ransomware Attack

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CEOs Could Be Held Personally Liable For Cyberattacks That Kill

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Teen Hacker Charged With Paralyzing Miami Schools

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New PIN Verification Bypass Flaw Affects Visa Contactless Payments

Even as Visa issued a warning about a new JavaScript web skimmer known as Baka, cybersecurity researchers have uncovered an authentication flaw in the company's EMV enabled payment cards that permits cybercriminals to obtain funds and defraud cardholders as well as merchants illicitly.

The research, published by a group of academics from the ETH Zurich, is a PIN bypass attack that allows the (The Hacker News)

SMB Cybersecurity Catching Up to Enterprise… But the Human Element Still a Major Concern

Cyberattacks on small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are continuing at a relentless pace, with the vast majority of data breaches coming from outside the organization.

Some believe hackers are aggressively targeting these smaller firms because they believe SMBs lack adequate resources and enterprise-grade security tools, making them easier prey than larger businesses.

A new report from (The Hacker News)

How Zero Trust and SASE Can Redefine Network Defenses for Remote Workforces

The SASE model for remote access and security coupled with Zero Trust can help redefine network and perimeter defenses when a traditional “perimeter” no longer exists. (Threatpost)

CEOs Could Be Held Personally Liable for Cyberattacks that Kill

As IT systems, IoT and operational technology converge, attacks on cyber-physical systems in industrial, healthcare and other scenarios will come with dire consequences, Gartner predicts. (Threatpost)


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