Security daily (07-12-2020)

New AWS Workbook for Australian energy sector customers now available

I’m pleased to announce the Amazon Web Services (AWS) AESCSF 2019 Workbook, a resource designed to help energy sector customers align with the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)’s Australian Energy Sector Cyber Security Framework (AESCSF) 2019. The workbook helps energy sector customers to: Conduct due diligence on the AWS control environment, by mapping the AESCSF […] (AWS Security Blog)

Three common cloud encryption questions and their answers on AWS

At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we encourage our customers to take advantage of encryption to help secure their data. Encryption is a core component of a good data protection strategy, but people sometimes have questions about how to manage encryption in the cloud to meet the growth pace and complexity of today’s enterprises. Encryption can […] (AWS Security Blog)

Ransomware attack may delay scheduled procedures at Baltimore-area medical center

The Greater Baltimore Medical Center on Sunday became the latest U.S. hospital to grapple with a ransomware incident amid a raging pandemic that has stretched health care IT resources thin. The ransomware attack caused “many of our [IT] systems” to go down, the 342-bed medical center said in a statement late Sunday. That means some patient procedures scheduled for Monday “may be affected,” GBMC said. The hospital emphasized that it had “robust processes in place to maintain safe and effective patient care.” It was unclear how many patient procedures were affected by the ransomware attack, or what type of malicious software was involved. A GBMC spokesperson did not respond to requests for comment. GMBC said no patient data had been “misused,” and that it had enlisted outside security experts and law enforcement to help respond to the incident. The Towson, Maryland-based medical center is following a playbook that numerous hospitals […] The post Ransomware attack may delay scheduled procedures at Baltimore-area medical center appeared first on CyberScoop. (CyberScoop)

Naked Security Live – Home Wi-Fi security tips

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German divers find Enigma crypto machine on seabed

What looked at first glance underwater like an "old typewriter" turned out to be an historic cipher machine. (Naked Security)

The Biggest Hacks, Data Breaches Of 2020

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Credit Card Stealer Discovered In Social Media Buttons

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3 Million Pluto TV Users' Data Was Hacked, But Company Isn't Telling Them

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Travel Agent Leaked Customer Data In Hackathon

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