Tag: #patching

What are reserved CVE’s ? Reserved CVE’s are NVD records for confirmed vulnerabilities with little to no information. In most cases there is no information available. ThreatWatch’s prediction model, “Coeus“ goes through all the related information about these CVE like attack vector type, social chatter and vendor advisories, and arrives at a CVSS vector and […]

Energy is the all pervasive fuel which drives world economies. It is no wonder that hackers regularly target energy sector companies to cause massive disruption. In a report titled “The road to resilience: managing cyber risks”, Christoph Frei, Secretary General, World Energy Council said the following: Cyber threats are among top issues keeping energy leaders […]

  Lately I have been going through recorded sessions from RSA Conference 2019. Thanks RSA for making these recordings available. This particular session “In the wake of an attack – Thoughts from a seasoned CISO” caught my attention and I listened to its playback. It is around 45 minutes for those of you who are […]

United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations recently published a report titled “How Equifax neglected cybersecurity and suffered a devastating data breach“. It details out what aspects contributed to the data breach at Equifax and how Equifax’s competitors (TransUnion and Experian) were able to successfully mitigate the threat. The report is around 71 pages long and […]

If you are in the health care industry, you might be aware of the voluntary cybersecurity guidance issued by Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for health care industry. This guidance is aptly titled “Health Industry Cybersecurity Practices: Managing Threats and Protecting Patients” (aka HICP), as the key to “protecting patients and their data” […]