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Bank managers must regularly test their cybersecurity defences

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Bank managers must regularly test their cybersecurity defences

Fast-moving, dynamic threats are creating new challenges every day. That means institutions must put the right people and the right resources in place to tackle potential security breaches Dear bank …

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FOUR WAYS SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGERS CAN PROTECT THEIR COMPANY’S ACCOUNTS AGAINST HACKERS

These days, everyone is on social media, and customers expect you to be too. No matter what industry you’re in, if you don’t have a social media presence, you may not be visible or accessible to a large proportion of … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures hacker proof, #hackerproof

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Cyber Security Threats: Implications for Irish Fund Boards and Managers

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Cyber Security Threats: Implications for Irish Fund Boards and Managers

This briefing assesses the potential impact of cyber-attacks, particularly in the context of the asset management industry in Ireland, and provides guidance for fund boards and managers regarding the appropriate procedures and systems that should be in place to adequately

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Hack Brief: Mobile Manager’s Security Hole Would Let Hackers Wipe Phones

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REMOTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS for mobile phones are supposed to make it easy for companies to wipe a device clean if it gets lost or stolen. But a vulnerability discovered in a popular remote management system used by thousands of businesses to manage employee mobile phones would allow an attacker to wipe a CEO’s phone clean, steal the phone’s activity log, or determine the executive’s location, researchers say. The Hack The hack involves an authentication bypass vulnerability inSAP AG’s Afaria mobile management system used by more than 6,300 companies. Ordinarily, system administrators send a signed SMS from an Afaria server to lock or unlock a phone, wipe it, request an activity log, block the user, disable the Wi-Fi or obtain location data. But researchers atERPScan found that the signature is not secure. The signature uses a SHA256 hash composed from three different values: the mobile device ID, or IMEI; a transmitter ID, and a LastAdminSession value. An attacker can easily obtain the transmitter ID simply by sending a connection request to the Afaria server over the Internet, and the LastAdminSession—a timestamp indicating the last time the phone communicated with the Afaria server—can be a random timestamp. The only thing the hacker […]

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Oops… Popular Password Managers Are Not As Secure As You Think

Just few days ago, we reported about two critical vulnerability in mobile version of the most popular password manager application from a popular Password management company RoboForm, which manages your passwords for different websites. Now, researchers have published a detailed explanation on the security vulnerabilities discovered in five different and popular password managers,

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