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Security Trends

Traditional security is well past its expiration date.
Learn about the latest trends in AppSec in these posts,
from DevOps to SAST and everything in between.

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas – And 30 Million Dogecoins

Hundreds of owners of the cryptocurrency Dogecoin awoke on Christmas to a not-so-cheery discovery: their digital wallets had been cleared out. Someone has stolen at least 30 million Dogecoin from Dogewallet.com, one of the largest sites being used to hold Dogecoins. The discovery came after Dogecoin forum users began posting complaints that their funds were

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Black Friday Breach Nightmare: At Least 45 Million Target Customers Affected

Target’s famous bullseye logo attracted some malicious arrows over the holiday shopping season as the national retail chain was the target of a major data breach that may be much more serious than first thought as details emerge. The data breach will potentially affect hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of Target customers that shopped in-store

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Dept. of Energy Breach: What Went Wrong & Key Takeaways

The Department of Energy (DOE) has released more details about the July 2013 DOE Employee Data Repository (DOEInfo) incident in which the Personal Identifiable Information (PII) of at least 100,000 past and current federal employees – but possibly as high as 150,000 – was exposed.   According to the 28-page review conducted by Gregory H.

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Application Security News – December 9 – 15, 2013

In this week’s AppSec digest, NSA agents spy on World of Warcraft Orcs, Facebook acts like a Nosy Nancy, Gmail auto-downloads all your advertise – I mean images, and CryptoLocker copycats emerge. Get informed about the latest news in security and start your week out fresh.

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Balloon Pop 2 Taken Off Android Play Store – WhatsApp Snooping Exposed

Mobile malware has come a long way in recent years. The latest exploit was exposed this week when the popular “Balloon Pop 2”, played and enjoyed by thousands of Android users, was found to contain a malicious code that enabled eavesdropping on WhatsApp conversations. Google has taken the game off its Play Store app market.

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5 Recommendations From Top CISO’s For A More Secure Future

19 of the top CISO’s and security executives from around the world came together to give their advice on what security teams should be focusing on in the New Year. This week, the Security for Business Innovation Council (SBIC) released an in-depth report expounding on the suggestions. The major industry thought leaders included FedEx CISO and VP

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