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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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Security concerns arise over popular Clubhouse app after ties to China-based company revealed

The Stanford Internet Observatory alleged that the Chinese government may have had access to audio data from Clubhouse. Here’s what users should know. Getty Images/iStockphoto Concerns have been raised about the security of audio data on the popular new social media app Clubhouse, according to reports from the Stanford Internet ...

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Google to fund Linux developers to fix kernel security problems

Google and the Linux Foundation have jointly announced that they will fund two full-time developers for Linux kernel security development. Gustavo Silva and Nathan Chancellor have been giving the go-ahead to maintain and improve kernel security and associated initiatives to ensure the open source software project is secure. According to ...

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Weekly threat roundup: IBM, VMware and Python

Patch management is far easier said than done, and security teams may often be forced into prioritising fixes for several business-critical systems, all released at once. It’s become typical, for example, to expect dozens of patches to be released on Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, with other vendors also routinely getting in ...

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Npower shuts down app after hackers steal user data

Npower has scrapped its mobile app after learning that hackers obtained customer login details to access their accounts and steal sensitive information. The UK energy giant claims that hackers infiltrated customer accounts by credential stuffing, according to MoneySavingExpert.com, which involved using their login details from other websites to breach their ...

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Dell and LORCA extend partnership to support UK security startups

Dell Technologies has renewed its partnership with the London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) in a bid to better support UK-based cyber security startups.  The partnership will enable LORCA members to collaborate with Dell to “innovate” and “iterate” the company’s cyber security services while also supporting their own growth and development.  Dell has ...

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How to protect yourself from common job search scams

A new FlexJobs survey reveals 14 of the most common–and successful–job-search scams. Here’s how to identify them and not become a victim. Image: iStock/Melpomenem Many remote workers, notably those who made the transition last year at the start of the pandemic, are at a higher risk of becoming a potential ...

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Microsoft and FireEye push for corporate breach reporting rules

Microsoft and FireEye executives have urged Congress to create laws requiring firms to disclose security breaches in the wake of the SolarWinds hack. According to The Hill, Microsoft president Brad Smith said in written testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee there is a “need to impose a clear, consistent disclosure obligation on the private ...

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What do users and IT have in common? They’re both to blame for poor remote security practices

One in four remote workers reuses work credentials on consumer sites, but IT isn’t doing them any favors by reportedly failing to provide essential protection while away from the office. Image: iStockphoto/Metamorworks Remote work has proliferated since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, but nearly a year in cybersecurity hasn’t ...

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