Tenable is a British game show that has aired on ITV since 14 November 2016 and is presented by Warwick Davis. The show features a team of five members trying to fill a list of 10, to try and win up to £125,000.

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  • We are The Cyber Exposure Company: an indispensable partner to any enterprise. We recently won the coveted “Best Security Company” award from SC Magazine Europe and we’re working with a phenomenally fast-growing, 23,000-strong customer base - and this is just the start of our global game plan! See open roles: https://careers.tenable.com/Europe-Sales-Jobs

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  • Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith’s Congressional Testimony was a real WTF moment for many of us who work in the cyber field. Last week, former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer testified about Yahoo’s 2013 and 2014 data breaches, leaving us with intentionally vague, if not misleading statements. Mayer asserted that in both of the breaches, “Russian Intelligence Officers and state-sponsored hackers were resp...

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  • If there’s one thing 2017 has taught us so far, it’s that the attack surface has changed. Cloud, containers, custom web apps, IoT, and OT are all part of the milieu that’s forcing security teams to up their game. Basic cyber hygiene is more important yet more challenging than ever. Consider four of the year’s biggest security headlines: NotPetya – an aggressive worm using multiple exploits that de...

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  • Now that some time has passed since the news broke on the Equifax breach, we’ve had some time to ascertain the facts, digest what happened and draw some conclusions.  It’s taken some time as for the first few weeks the company slowly doled out bits and pieces of information.   For starters,  it is not even remotely acceptable for a CEO of a tech company, an information company, or any other compan...

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  • Credentialed scans have long been advocated as the quickest and most accurate way to perform a vulnerability assessment against any network. But like with all things technology, it runs into two usual roadblocks: people and processes. When the topic of credentialed network scans is discussed it inevitably leads to questions such as, who is requesting access and why? What level of privileges is nee...

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  • The second episode of Mr. Robot finds Elliot starting his new job at E-Corp. As he joins his new team and is looking to find a way to delay the shipment of all the paper data to New York facility, Elliott runs into the normal corporate middle management delays. He quickly realizes his first obstacle, William the Technology Manager, is up to no good and is deploying Rootkits on phones and selling t...

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  • The new modern attack surface encompasses many emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT). As IoT becomes more integrated into the business communications path and the security boundary of your organization begins to blur, the risk of vulnerable IoT devices such as routers, cameras and video recorders will continue to increase. About the Reaper Botnet On October 20, 2017, research...

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  • We are at a critical inflection point in technology and business today. On one hand, we are on the cusp of realizing the transformative impact of innovations like IoT and Artificial Intelligence. And yet we continue to see crippling cybersecurity breaches within organizations of all kinds. Large, small, retail, finance, government, healthcare—no organization or industry is immune from the threat o...

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  • A new ransomware dubbed Bad Rabbit has hit several targets and began spreading across Russia and Eastern Europe on Tuesday, October 24, 2017. The ransomware exploits the same vulnerabilities exploited by the WannaCry and Petya ransomware that wreaked havoc in the past few months. As new versions of ransomware using Shadow Brokers exploits run wild, Tenable.io Vulnerability Management (VM) users ar...

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  • The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have detected a coordinated effort by malicious actors at compromising the country’s critical infrastructure. These infrastructures include those involved in government, aviation, power production, energy production, and some critical manufacturing sectors. Typically, part of these infrastructures inc...

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  • The hacker-favorite TV show, Mr. Robot, is back on with a great season three opener that features a Capture-the-Flag contest. As the show begins, Elliot decides he needs to stop stage 2 from taking place. Needing a computer to close the backdoor he left in Season 2, Darlene and Elliot travel to the hackerspace in an attempt to find Internet access. At the hacker space, Elliot talks to a contestant...

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  • A new weakness in WPA2 protocol could allow an attacker to read information that was previously assumed to be encrypted, provided the attacker is within the range of the victim. The weakness was discovered by researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens, from the University of Leuven and has been dubbed KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack). Which devices are affected by KRACK? The KRACK weakness work...

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  • Multi-LDAP support now availableWe are pleased to announce the release of SecurityCenter® 5.5.2, which will deliver a number of exciting new capabilities. Here are some highlights: Support for Multiple LDAP Servers SecurityCenter 5.5.2 introduces Multi-LDAP support, allowing users to use multiple LDAP servers to authorize SecurityCenter users. This new feature removes operational overhead and admi...

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  • As a companion to another post on hardening network devices and creating baseline configurations, I wanted to look at another area where standardizing configurations can pay off in a big way. While there is plenty of fertile ground out there, I decided to focus on some specific aspects of databases. As I started reviewing recent research, I noticed a couple of interesting things from the world of ...

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  • Motherboard failures, viruses, accidental deletions, personnel issues, fires — IT professionals have faced it all. At the VMworld 2015 conference in San Francisco, they told their tales. Check out the video at: http://bit.ly/worstdayIT --- Quoted in the SlideShare: Garrett Webb Ryan Amschel Jaimie O'Neill Chad Dorr Michael Tierney Chris Cooper Mike Cassels Edward Stills Angie Kavaloski Jea...

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  • There’s one universal truth about security: We could all be doing better. We know we can’t be fully secure, but we also know our security could be stronger than what we have right now. It’s the reason events like the RSA and Black Hat Conferences exist: security experts getting together to figure out what they can do to improve their security environment. This slideshare features security profes...

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  • Forget horror movies. Attend a security conference like Black Hat or Security BSides, and you'll really get scared. Presenters at this week's Black Hat USA 2015 demonstrated how they could hack into other people's cars, guns, and mobile devices. To see what the attendees were afraid of, check out this presentation, or watch the video at: http://bit.ly/scared-now --- Quoted in the slideshare: ...

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