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Amazon debuts biometric security device, updates Detective and GuardDuty

Amazon debuts biometric security device, updates Detective and GuardDuty

The latest security announcements from Amazon aim to address a wide range of security issues for businesses, including an all-in-one hand-scanning biometric system and new capabilities for its Detective security visualization tool and GuardDuty continuous monitoring solution. Amazon One Enterprise is the most novel of the company’s announcements, which were made this week at its … Read more

Okta: Breach Affected All Customer Support Users

Okta: Breach Affected All Customer Support Users

When KrebsOnSecurity broke the news on Oct. 20, 2023 that identity and authentication giant Okta had suffered a breach in its customer support department, Okta said the intrusion allowed hackers to steal sensitive data from fewer than one percent of its 18,000+ customers. But today, Okta revised that impact statement, saying the attackers also stole … Read more

Forrester names Microsoft Intune a Leader in the 2023 Forrester Wave™ for Unified Endpoint Management

Forrester names Microsoft Intune a Leader in the 2023 Forrester Wave™ for Unified Endpoint Management

Maintaining a secure and optimized digital environment allows new ideas to flourish wherever they occur. In the modern workplace, where devices and locations are no longer fixed, Microsoft Intune eases the task of managing and protecting the endpoints of businesses everywhere. It helps secure systems and simplify management, reduces costs, and frees up resources for … Read more

FBI probes into Pennsylvanian water utility hack by pro-Iran group

FBI probes into Pennsylvanian water utility hack by pro-Iran group

Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa (MWAA), a water utility in the state of Pennsylvania, has entered a Federal and state investigation after a breach in one of its equipment by pro-Iran hacking group Cyber Av3ngers. On Friday, the attackers breached a piece of Israeli-made equipment used by the water utility, calling it “fair game” amid … Read more

3 ways to fix old, unsafe code that lingers from open-source and legacy programs

3 ways to fix old, unsafe code that lingers from open-source and legacy programs

Companies that find themselves with old, vulnerable code in their environment are likely to be short of resources to fix them. Most organizations will find themselves in this situation at some point, whether it’s because they are using open-source programs or outdated ones. But there are ways for companies to get the problem under control, … Read more