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How well do you know your APIs? Not well enough, says Cisco

Many APIs are openly accessible online, and that means big chunks of your apps are, too. Cisco’s Vijoy Pandey has tools and tips to help businesses get visibility into their APIs. Image: Shutterstock/Den Rise There’s a slight problem in the world of app development, and it’s one that’s pretty fundamental [...]

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Cybersecurity pros should switch from Indicators of Compromise to Indicators of Behavior

Security experts suggest using IOBs to move from reacting to a cyberattack to preventing the incident. Image: Getty Images/iStockPhoto More about cybersecurity Most cybersecurity professionals have been trained to use Indicators of Compromise (IOC) when reacting to a cyberattack, and they are not happy about the after-the-fact nature of this ...

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Hackers attempt to exploit SonicWall zero-day vulnerability

Cyber security researchers have discovered active exploitation attempts against a zero-day vulnerability in SonicWall’s networking devices. The flaw is believed to be the same zero-day vulnerability used in a security incident confirmed by the company late last month.  Researchers from IT security company NCC Group said that they had notified ...

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Security chaos engineering helps you find weak links in your cyber defenses before attackers do

Security experts explain why this approach is all about data and resilience, not deliberately sabotaging your own network. At a virtual summit on cybersecurity, Jamie Dicken, manager of applied security at Cardinal Health, said that security chaos engineering is similar to software testing. ” data-credit=”Image: Jamie Dicken” rel=”noopener noreferrer nofollow”> ...

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Outsourcing giant Serco hit by ransomware attack

The outsourcing firm behind NHS Test and Trace has confirmed that it was targeted by cyber criminals operating the newly-discovered Babuk ransomware. Hampshire-based Serco manages over 500 contracts worldwide, operating in sectors such as health, transport, justice, immigration, defence, and citizens services. Sky News, which first reported on the cyber ...

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