What do zombie video games, North Korea, and emergency telephone systems have in common? They’ve all been compromised by cyber attackers this week.
Too much security news, and too little time? Let me summarize the highlights for you in my weekly InfoSec recap video. This week I cover two trojans targeting point-of-sale (POS) computers, a few software updates, a targeted spear phishing campaign spreading Android malware, and the record-breaking SpamHaus DDoS attack, which didn’t really break the Internet despite some reports. Click play for the details
If you’re anything like the average IT professional, you’re probably too busy putting out proverbial IT helpdesk fires, and installing new business IT solutions to spend much time each week staying on top of the latest security news and threats. That’s where we come in! For a quick recap of the biggest information and network security news from the week, check out the YouTube video below.
This week’s InfoSec news video comes from the 2013 RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. As such, much of the episode covers the major themes from the show flow. However, cyber attackers don’t take a break just because the security industry is having a pow-wow.
Due to a busy work week, I was unable to create a fully produced InfoSec news summary video this week. I did post a very brief video (which you can find below), mostly to warn our YouTube subscribers about the missing episode. It contains very minimal detail about this week’s top security stories.
We’ve had another busy week of security news, with more stories than I can cover in a short video. So I’ll stick to the highlights. Today’s episode talks about a couple Adobe Flash zero day vulnerabilities, the latest Anonymous hijinks, some cross-platform mobile malware, and more.
Ready for a weekly dose of InfoSec? This episode has a strong “patch” theme, with many vendors releasing some big security updates this week. Besides the patches, I also cover a few new 0day exploits, including a serious Java one getting leveraged quite a bit in the wild, and a couple crazy sounding security-related news items. If you want all the details, click play below, or check out the Reference section.
I guess that means my decision to prepare my weekly security news video rather than my apocalyptical fallout shelter wasn’t a tragic mistake. If you are in the mood for some information security (infosec) news on the last Mayan calendar day of the, well, er…ever…then you’ve come to the right place.
Happy Friday everyone! Are you ready for your weekly security news round-up? If so, you’ve come to the right place.
Are you ready for some Friday water-cooler security gossip? Did you hear about a bunch RDP servers at Fortune 500 companies getting hacked? How about the story about Dutch law enforcement legally hijacking suspect computers? If not, you’ve come to the right place. I cover those stories and more in today’s WatchGuard Security Week in Review video.