Posts tagged with "Phishing"

4 Things Newly Remote Companies Need to Know about Sharing Data Over Slack

Sep 9, 2020

4 Things Newly Remote Companies Need to Know about Sharing Data Over Slack

In April, just over half of Americans started to work from home, largely driven by the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic. The situation continues to evolve day-to-day, but remote work is here to stay: 42% of the U.S. labor force is now working from home full-time, as tools like Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Google Drive […]

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8 Ways COVID-19 is Impacting Cloud Security

Jul 31, 2020

8 Ways COVID-19 is Impacting Cloud Security

The Coronavirus is wreaking havoc on everything in our lives. It’s hard to find something that hasn’t been impacted in a major way as we attempt to limit the spread of the virus. Cloud security professionals should pay close attention to how our online needs are rapidly changing, with these 8 ways COVID-19 is making an impact on common things we interact with every day.

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Insider Threats in 2020: Discussing a Persistent Part of the Threat Landscape

May 20, 2020

Insider Threats in 2020: Discussing a Persistent Part of the Threat Landscape

In our 2020 SaaS security risks post, insider risks were listed as part of our anticipated threat landscape for this year. Our prediction has been borne out by research in 2020 indicating that insider threats have been on the rise and that many organizations lack the tools to address them. Given the prevalence of insider […]

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Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 30 to August 5

Aug 6, 2019

Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 30 to August 5

Cyber Attacks & Breaches Presbyterian data breach affects some 183,000 patients (AlbuquerqueJournal) August 3rd Presbyterian Healthcare Services reported a data breach that allowed unauthorized access to personal information belonging to around 183,000 patients and health plan members. Stockx was Hacked, Exposing Millions of User Records (Tech Crunch) August 3rd An unnamed data breached seller contacted […]

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Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 16 to July 22

Jul 23, 2019

Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 16 to July 22

Cyber Attacks & Breaches In systemic breach, hackers steal millions of Bulgarians’ financial data (Reuters) July 16th Bulgaria’s finance minister apologized to the country after admitting hackers had stolen millions of taxpayers’ financial data in an attack that one researcher said may have compromised nearly every adult’s personal records. Data dump suggests that Evite data […]

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Nigthfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 9 to July 15

Jul 16, 2019

Nigthfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 9 to July 15

Cyber Attacks & Breaches Arlington Investigating Cyber Attack on County Payroll System (ArlNow) July 10th Arlington County has revealed a cyberattack that penetrated the county’s payroll system. In a statement, the county says a number of employees were impacted by the intrusion, but did not specify the exact number of impacts. The intrusion appears to […]

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