Fudo Security Weekly, October 15th – 19th, 2018

22.10.2018 10:10


DOD weapons password hacked. Wanna know more about it? Read more here.

Third party Pentagon provider breached, over 30,000 victims at DoD travel provider.


Federal regulators have smacked health insurer Anthem Inc. with a record $16 million HIPAA settlement in the wake of a cyberattack revealed in 2015, which impacted nearly 79 million individuals. In announcing the largest-ever HIPAA fine, regulators noted the insurer failed to take several basic security steps, including conducting an enterprisewide security risk assessment. Find out more here!


California bans bad or simple passwords. Would that be the end of good old admin or 12345? Hard to say but that’s the idea. Read more.


SEC warns companies to tighten cybersecurity rules. After all, if those were improved earlier – it could have saved up to $5 billion since 2013.


We all know that applications are weak spots in corporate infrastructure because of the lack of true ownership for app security. Read about it here.


Last but not least, we’d like to share some information about our presence during MeetBSD that happened last weekend at Intel Santa Clara Campus. Our Fudo PAM Team Leader has shared his knowledge about Capsicum and how to integrate it into security products. We encourage you to discover the hashtag of #MeetBSD on Twitter.

We hope you’ll enjoy this week’s info bundle.
Enjoy and stay safe!
– The #FudoSquad


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