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Cybersecurity Recap September 2021

Cybersecurity Recap September 2021

September 29, 2021

Curated cybersecurity news

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What is new in July, 2021 in Cybersecurity?

OWASP Top 10 2021: The most serious web application security risks

The definitive OWASP Top 10 2021 list is out, and it shows that broken access control is currently the most serious web application security riskLearn More

Rethinking the current cybersecurity landscape

The time has come for all businesses in every industry to rethink security, lest they fall behind the curve, especially now that the President passed an executive order mandating zero trust for all government entities. Through SaaS, APIs and other cloud service implementation, alongside a cybersecurity strategy just as agile and modern as any other business practice, corporations can succeed in the new landscape.  Read more

The world runs on data, and humans alone could never monitor or safeguard all of it.

When applied thoughtfully, artificial intelligence (AI)-enhanced cybersecurity can add essential layers of protection for modern enterprise networks. Learn More

China speeds ups building of a cybersecurity safeguard system in the face of new threats: report shows

China's cyberspace security is facing new challenges, ranging from rogue programs to security loopholes, which pushed the government to roll out a slew of measures to build a cyber security governance system, according to the China Internet Development Report. The document was released on the first day of the 2021 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit, China's largest internet industrial expo, in Wuzhen, East China's Zhejiang Province. Learn More

NIST Starts Consumer Labeling Program for IoT Cybersecurity

Over the last several weeks, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has taken key steps towards the creation of a consumer labeling program for the cybersecurity of Internet of things (IoT) devices.

President Biden's May 2021 Executive Order (EO) 14028, "Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity," which DWT covered in a prior blog post, directed NIST and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to explore and pilot such a labeling program as part of the EO's push to improve the security of software supply chains. The labeling program, which has been likened to the Energy Star program for energy efficiency, would allow consumers to identify which IoT devices incorporate certain cybersecurity capabilities and have undergone comprehensive testing and assessment. Read More

A new cybersecurity center wants to protect medical devices against hacks

In the decade since, there’s been an explosion in the number of connected medical devices — drug infusion pumps, pacemakers, monitors — that makes the issue even more pressing. There is an average of 10 to 15 internet-connected devices on each hospital bed, security researchers estimate. That exposure is one reason the University of Minnesota set up a new Center for Medical Device Cybersecurity, which launched at the beginning of September in partnership with medical device companies like Medtronic (which made Radcliffe’s pump) and Boston ScientificRead More

DDoS attacks are becoming more prolific and more powerful, warn cybersecurity researchers

A report warns about a rise in DDoS attacks as cyber criminals get more creative with ways to make campaigns more disruptiveRead More

Cybersecurity Solutions to Know in 2021: Open Source and Scaling Up

Speed is of the essence in digital defense. As the latest Ponemon Institute Cost of a Data Breach Report makes clear, businesses and agencies that are able to respond to and contain an incident rapidly will save millions over their slower peers. The average total cost of a data breach increased by nearly 10%, the largest increase in nearly a decade. However, groups able to identify and contain a breach in less than 200 days saved an average of $1.26 million compared to those that needed more time. So, the right thing to do is put more cybersecurity solutions in place, right? Read More



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