Sunday Funnies – IBM Error

This image from Pinterest seemed familiar to me.  In technology we have similar sayings.  Terms such as PEBKAC (Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair), Identity Error or ID-10T/1D-10T error (idiot error), PICNIC (Problem In Chair, Not In Computer), IBM error (Idiot Behind Machine error) and other similar phrases are used as slang in technical circles with derogatory meaning.

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Securing New Devices

12/28/2018 03:57 PM EST  Original release date: December 28, 2018

During the holidays, internet-connected devices also known as Internet of Things (IoT) are often popular gifts—such as smart TVs, watches, toys, phones, and tablets. This technology provides a level of convenience to our lives, but it requires that we share more information than ever. The security of ...

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Top Cyber-Attack Vectors – Past, Present, and Future

Are you wondering what exploits represent the biggest threats in 2019?  It can be difficult and expensive to defend against everything.  If your company is budget-constrained, it may make more sense to defend against what is “likely” instead of everything that is “possible.”  Today we look at some of the biggest cyber-attack methods from the past, the present and the future.

Past

While these threats ...

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Authentication without Passwords?

I have been warning about the weakness of the password for a number of years.  Passwords no longer provide strong security.  Passwords are too easy to crack using automated techniques, and are stored insecurely in many environments.  Most passwords are too short, or easily guessable.  Many users reuse the same password on multiple sites.  But the password remains the most popular form of authentication among most users.  Two-factor and multi-factor authentication ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Home Routers Lack Basic Linux Security

More disconcerting news for router owners – a new assessment of 28 popular models for home users failed to find a single one with firmware that had fully enabled underlying security hardening features offered by Linux.

CITL (Cyber Independent Testing Laboratories) says it made this unexpected discovery after analysing firmware images from Asus, ...

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