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The incoming administration selected current NSA cybersecurity chief Anne Neuberger along with Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall to serve as deputy national security adviser and homeland security adviser, and Russ Travers to serve as deputy homeland security adviser to work with Jake Sullivan, who was appointed as the next national security adviser. 1
Food delivery app DoorDash is going public, and if all goes according to plan, its CEO, Tony Xu, and two other cofounders will all become billionaires. 1
DoorDash is backed by SoftBank Vision Fund, venture capital firm Sequoia and the private equity arm of the Singapore government and has been pushing for an IPO for years. 1
The Street will be laser-focused on this deal." 1
Despite the growing risk, data security events caused by insiders are not being taken seriously. 1
This is a major problem for organizations around the world as users, applications, and data continue to move outside the hardened data center and corporate perimeter as part of digital transformation policies. 1And, unfortunately, it's going to get worse before it gets better. 1
The attacks also use a variety of other attack techniques, such as socially engineering users to enable macros on Microsoft Office, using images to hide code, and widespread encryption of resources. 1
QA team ensures to follow a well-planned security testing so that the data of end-user could always be safe. 1
Security testing brings quality to the software. 1During security testing, the QA team highlights all the bugs, and the development team removes the same instantly. 1
Their statement goes against President Trump's claims that China was responsible for the hack. 1
The hackers were able to "view source code in a number of source code repositories," but the hacked account granting the access didn't have permission to modify any code or systems. 1
T-Mobile said in a statement emailed to The Verge that it had notified "less than 0.2 percent" of its customers- which works out to about 200,000 people- that some account information may have been illegally accessed. 1
The carrier further stressed that the data accessed "did not include names on the account, physical or email addresses, financial data, credit card information, social security numbers, tax ID, passwords or PINs." 2
That may not sound like many at all, but the math still works out to some 200,000 potentially affected people. 1
Simple phishing is the most common way mobile devices are compromised, and this threat is on the rise thanks to the increase in mobile device adoption and the surge in remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. 1Not surprisingly, there was a 37% increase worldwide in enterprise mobile phishing between fourth quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2020, according to Lookout. 1