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Confidence levels in securing the election are low, and declining, according to an ISACA survey of more than 3,000 IT governance, risk, security and audit professionals in the US. While federal, state and local governments continue to harden election infrastructure technical controls and security procedures, 56 percent of respondents are less confident in election security […]

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A total of eight security issues were identified. Although they feature severity ratings of medium and low, even low-skilled hackers could exploit them, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns in a security alert. “Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could result in unauthorized access, interrupted monitoring, and collection of access information and/or patient data,” […]

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Bugs in the multi-factor authentication system used by Microsoft’s cloud-based office productivity platform, Microsoft 365, opened the door for hackers to access cloud applications via a bypass of the security system, according to researchers at Proofpoint. The flaws exist in the implementation of what is called the WS-Trust specification in cloud environments where WS-Trust is […]

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