“Firms lose more to electronic
than physical theft”

Reuters

“Almost anyone is a target…
Professional hackers now have good
tools and good technique…”

Wall Street Journal

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How RAM Scraper Malware Stole Data from Target, Neiman Marcus

January 14, 2014 — While Target is still keeping mum on how attackers managed to breach its network and hoover up information belonging to more than 70 million shoppers, we now know that RAM scraping malware was used in the attack… [Read more at PCMag]

RIP, information security, done in by backdoors and secret deals

January 13, 2014 — It seems that the very tools we use to secure our networks represent the greatest insider threat of all… [Read more at InfoWorld]

Cisco promises to fix admin backdoor in some routers

January 13, 2014 — Cisco Systems promised to issue firmware updates removing a backdoor from a wireless access point and two of its routers later this month. The undocumented feature could allow unauthenticated remote attackers to gain administrative access to the devices… [Read more at InfoWorld]

Gamers targeted by hackers, Kaspersky Labs warns

January 12, 2014 — Kaspersky Lab experts have discovered that PC gamers around the globe were hit by 11.7 million attacks in 2013… [Read more at PCWorld]

More retailers reportedly victims of holiday data breaches

January 12, 2014 — At least three other US retailers suffered unpublicized attacks similar to the one on Target, Reuters reports… [Read more at CNET]

Neiman Marcus Notifying Customers After Card Data Breach

January 11, 2014 — Neiman Marcus has been notifying customers of a data breach after hackers stole merchant card information for an undisclosed number of shoppers… [Read more at CIO]

Yahoo says malware attack farther reaching than thought

January 11, 2014 — The company posts guidelines for Yahoo users worried about infection and says people outside Europe may have been hit. It also says the attacks went on longer than previously reported… [Read more at CNET]

McAfee Security Report Suggests 2014 Will Be a Rough Year

January 10, 2014 — Smartphones, social networks, PCs, servers, cloud services, governments and national infrastructure all face security risks in 2014, according to the latest McAfee security report. On, and virtual currencies are being used to fund serious crimes… [Read more at CIO]

Yahoo Malvertising Attack Linked to Larger Malware Scheme

January 9, 2014 — Cisco found hundreds of related suspicious domains that are probably used to push malware… [Read more at CIO]

Default Settings Leave External Hard Drives Connected to Asus Routers Wide Open

January 9, 2014 — Private files can be accessed over the Internet by anyone with basic knowledge… [Read more at CIO]

Leaked NSA Hacking Tools, Tactics, In Focus

January 8, 2014 — Enterprises worry about NSA 'copycat' spying scenarios… [Read more at Dark Reading]

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