How can we not discuss EasyJet? Like the airline industry needed any more woes.
With 9 million customer records at risk it is already one of the UK’s largest breaches.
Potential future fines aside, could the reputational damage be limited by the fact that the commercial aviation industry will not be returning to normality for some time?
Accurics’ latest report “The State of DevOps” reveals that increased Cloud complexity is leading to security setbacks.
“…egregious mistakes are being made when provisioning and managing infrastructure through code. High severity risks such as open security groups, overly permissive IAM roles, and exposed cloud storage services constituted 67% of the issues……. “
“These risks are completely avoidable if popular compliance and governance frameworks such as CIS benchmark, PCIDSS, and SOC2 are used to define policy guardrails. However, the research indicated that these best practices were not being followed”
Yet another COVID19 phishing campaign using Excel 4.0 macros. One to keep an eye on.
You may recall the Maria botnet attack that took down Amazon and Spotify in 2016. Well new research has revealed a similar DDOS technique dubbed NXNSAttack that uses a disproportionately small number of computers to wreak havoc on a massive scale.
Chief suspect arrested by the Ukraine Secret Service for the stolen credentials amassing over 770 million records known as Collection 1.
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