An email prankster has fooled a number of White House officials into thinking he was other officials. The prankster even convinced the White House Official tasked with cyber security that he was Jared Kushner and received that official’s private email address unsolicited.
A researcher has found an often-misconfigured protocol puts sex toys, heart monitors, and even oil pipelines and particle accelerators at risk of attack. Commenting on the news is Cesare Garlati, chief security strategist at the prpl Foundation. He said:
01/08/2017 Two members of the Houston Pilots in the United States are to receive the 2017 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea.
Two members of the Houston Pilots in the United States are to receive the 2017 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea. The pair will be recognized for their role in averting a major tragedy when the ship they were piloting broke down and burst into flames after colliding with mooring dolphins.
Security researchers have found vulnerabilities in one of Tesla’s cars and demonstrated that they can be exploited remotely to do things like open the car’s doors and force it to break while in motion. Commenting on the news is Cesare Garlati, chief security strategist at the prpl Foundation:
Recently, a senior threat intelligence analyst for Mandiant, a security company acquired by FireEye in 2014, recently became the victim of a security breach wherein the contents of his inbox were posted online with the “Operation #LeakTheAnalyst” hashtag and social media accounts were infiltrated and modified. Commenting on the story is Andrew Clarke, an EMEA director for One Identity: