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Founded:
1997
Company Size:
201-500 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Portland, OR
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Tripwire is a leading provider of endpoint detection and response, security, compliance and IT operation solutions for enterprises, service providers and government agencies. Tripwire solutions are based on high-fidelity asset visibility and deep endpoint intelligence combined with business context; ...
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Mozilla Announces It Will Disable Support for Flash Plugin in Firefox 69
Mozilla has announced that it will disable support for the Adobe Flash Player plugin by default in version 69 of its Firefox web browser. On 11 January, Mozilla senior software engineer Jim Mathies opened a Bugzilla ticket announcing his employer’s plan to “disable Flash by default in Nightly 69 and let that roll out.” That’s […]… Read More The post Mozilla Announces It Will Disable Support for Flash Plugin in Firefox 69 appeared first on The State of S ...
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01/14/2019
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What You Need to Know About Secure Mobile Messaging in Healthcare
With the majority of people using smartphones these days, texting is all but a given when trying to communicate with your friends or family. But what about your doctor? A recent study determined that 96 percent of physicians use text messaging for coordinating patient care. This can raise eyebrows and red flags. Anyone with a […]… Read More The post What You Need to Know About Secure Mobile Messaging in Healthcare appeared first on The State of Security.
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01/14/2019
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Free Decryption Tool Created for PyLocky Ransomware Family
A researcher has created a free decryption tool which victims of the PyLocky ransomware family can use to recover their affected files. Mike Bautista, a security researcher at the Cisco Talos Intelligence Group, is responsible for developing the tool. Cisco Talos has made this utility freely available for download on GitHub. First reported on by […]… Read More The post Free Decryption Tool Created for PyLocky Ransomware Family appeared first on The State of Security.
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01/11/2019
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The Top 5 Vendor-Neutral Cloud Security Certifications of 2019
Many organizations migrate to the cloud because of increased efficiency, data space, scalability, speed and other benefits. But cloud computing comes with its own security threats. To address these challenges, companies should create a hybrid cloud environment, confirm that their cloud security solution offers 24/7 monitoring and multi-layered defenses as well as implement security measures […]… Read More The post The Top 5 Vendor-Neutral Cloud Security Certifications of 2019 ...
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01/11/2019
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Reddit users locked out of accounts after “security concern”
A large number of Reddit users are being told that they will have to reset their passwords in order to regain access to their accounts following what the site is calling a "security concern." The lockout has occurred as Reddit's security team investigates what appears to have been an attempt to log into many users' accounts through a credential-stuffing attack. The post Reddit users locked out of accounts after “security concern” appeared first on The State of Security.
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01/10/2019
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Neiman Marcus to Pay $1.5 Million under Data Breach Settlement
Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. has agreed to pay $1.5 million as part of a settlement for an earlier data breach that exposed customers’ information. Ken Paxton, Attorney General of Texas, announced on 8 January that he and his fellow Attorneys General from 42 other states will enter into the $1.5 million settlement with Neiman Marcus. […]… Read More The post Neiman Marcus to Pay $1.5 Million under Data Breach Settlement appeared first on The State of Security.
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01/10/2019
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How Cybercriminals Are Getting Initial Access into Your System
This article covers the main techniques cybercriminals use at the initial stage of attacks against enterprise networks. There are several dangerous phases of cyberattacks targeting the corporate segment. The first one encountered by businesses boils down to getting initial access into their systems. The malefactor’s goal at this point is to deposit some malicious code […]… Read More The post How Cybercriminals Are Getting Initial Access into Your System appeared first on ...
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01/10/2019
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Humana Informs Customers of Third-Party Security Incident
Humana has notified customers of a third-party security incident that might have exposed some of their personal information. According to a breach notification letter obtained by DataBreaches.net, the for-profit American health insurance company learned on 25 October 2018 that bad actors had gained access to the system credentials of some employees at Bankers Life, one […]… Read More The post Humana Informs Customers of Third-Party Security Incident appeared first on The State ...
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01/09/2019
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Opinion: Back to the Start for 2FA Adoption?
In a previous post, Tripwire asked contributors what their most memorable event of 2018 was. As a follow-up, guest author Bob Covello expands on his thoughts about two-factor authentication (2FA). We in the infosec community have made enormous progress towards getting multi-factor authentication the recognition it deserves. All the respected folks in the community have […]… Read More The post Opinion: Back to the Start for 2FA Adoption? appeared first on The State of Security.
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01/09/2019
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VERT Threat Alert: January 2019 Patch Tuesday Analysis
Today’s VERT Alert addresses Microsoft’s January 2019 Security Updates. VERT is actively working on coverage for these vulnerabilities and expects to ship ASPL-812 on Wednesday, January 9th.  In-The-Wild & Disclosed CVEs CVE-2019-0579 The Windows Jet Database Engine improperly handles objects in memory and, if an attacker can convince a victim to open a malicious file, […]… Read More The post VERT Threat Alert: January 2019 Patch Tuesday Analysis appeared ...
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01/09/2019

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