Network Security News Weekly

Current cybersecurity news to keep you informed.
IT Services | Government | Financial | Healthcare | Non-Profit

Network Security News Weekly

Current cybersecurity news to keep
you informed.
IT Services | Government | Financial |
Healthcare | Non-Profit

Articles of interest from the week of August 27, 2018


Fiserv Flaw Exposed Customer Data at Hundreds of Banks
Fiserv, Inc., a major provider of technology services to financial institutions, just fixed a glaring weakness in its Web platform that exposed personal and financial details of countless customers across hundreds of bank Web sites, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. (By: KrebsonSecurity)

7 Serious IoT Vulnerabilities
A growing number of employees have various IoT devices in their homes - where they're also connecting to an enterprise network to do their work. And that means significant threats loom. (By: Curtis Franklin, JrDarkReading)

The Cybersecurity 202: FBI's encryption fight with Facebook could have broad impact on smartphone users' privacy
The court battle reportedly brewing between the FBI and Facebook could have a bigger impact on the average smartphone user's privacy than the bureau's legal showdown with Apple posed in 2016. (By: Derek Hawkins, The Washington Post)

Business Leaders Must Plan To Accelerate The Adoption Of Cybersecurity Protection
We can no longer say, "The storm is coming." A downpour of recent changes has rocked the landscape of the internet. Change is already here, and it's having an impact on the market that your organization can't afford to ignore. (By: Francis Dinha, Forbes)

AT Command Hitch Leaves Android Phones Open to Attack
Researchers used AT commands to rewrite device firmware, bypass Android security mechanisms, exfiltrate sensitive device information, and unlock screens. (By: Lindsey O'Donnell, ThreatPost)



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