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How to respond to healthcare ransomware infections

The healthcare industry is a target for ransomware infections. Expert Ernie Hayden explains how organizations can take steps to prevent and respond to these attacks.


Intel chip flaw can make attacks more dangerous

Researchers devised an exploit of an Intel chip flaw that allows an adversary to bypass ASLR protection and potentially boost the effectiveness of an attack on any platform.


WebSphere bug gets responsible disclosure, sort of

IBM asks, and researcher pulls proof of concept code from a coordinated vulnerability disclosure, internet explodes.


Takeaways from the Microsoft SAML vulnerability

The Microsoft Office 365 SAML flaw that allowed attackers to bypass authentication was resolved quickly, but offers enterprises some important lessons. Expert Ed Moyle discusses.

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    Linux zero day gives attackers root access

    A Linux vulnerability called 'Dirty COW' has existed in the Linux kernel for nine years and allowed attackers to gain root access to virtually all Linux systems.

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    Malicious links from the DNC hacker group were responsible for account takeovers and leaked emails from the Clinton campaign chairman and Colin Powell.

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