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SAP September 2019 Security Patch Day addresses four Security Notes rated as Hot News

September 12, 2019

SAP released the September 2019 Security Patch that addressed four Security Notes rated as Hot News by the company, but only one of them is new. SAP released 16 new or updated Security Notes, the overall number of Security Notes […]


Pitfalls to Avoid in Ransomware Incident Response Plan

September 3, 2019

Targeted ransomware attacks with larger ransom demands have persisted as a fixture of the news cycle and scourge for security practitioners and business leaders alike over the last two years. And because, unfortunately, these types of attacks show no signs […]


Coordinated Ransomware Attack Hits 23 Texas Government Agencies

August 19, 2019

Category: Malware

Up to 23 Texas entities – the majority of which are local governments – were hit by a ransomware attack on Friday that Texas officials say is part of a targeted attack launched by a single threat actor. Details remain […]


Cloud security, Security

IBM launches z15, designed for hybrid multicloud security and cloud-native app development

September 12, 2019

Via: Help Net Security

IBM announced z15, a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments. With z15, clients can manage who gets access to data via policy-based controls, with an industry-first capability to instantly […]


Mobile, Wireless security

Securing a Connected Future: 5G and IoT Security

September 12, 2019

Via: Security Week

Already available in some cities, 5G is ushering in an entirely new set of standards for global wireless communications. As the IoT-era continues to come into its own, businesses developing automotive, healthcare, industrial, energy and other IoT applications are planning […]


Mobile, Network security, Security, Wireless security

Top Wi-Fi routers have major security flaws

September 11, 2019

Via: TechRadar

A security researcher from Trustwave has discovered vulnerabilities in several D-Link and Comba routers which could make it easy for cybercriminals to see usernames and passwords stored on the devices. Trustwave SpiderLabs’ Simon Kenin found a total of five security […]