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Check Point Research reports that a new version of the Joker mobile malware that infects Android devices has emerged. The malware, hidden in apps in the Google Play store, has once again evaded Google''s security tools.See Also: Leaky Mobile Containers Pose Severe Risks to E mail and other Business APPS
Simon Lacey was formerly Vice President Trade Facilitation and Market Access of Huawei Technologies, where he was responsible for managing trade and investment risks facing the company across a dozen of its most important markets.
Despite deleveraging rhetoric, risks lurking in China s financial system are coming to the fore and starting to hurt a highly sensitive group: repressed savers. Eroding investor confidence and blockages in the allocation of money could become far more dangerous than previously. Beijing has few options but to backpedal on rules meant to clamp down on the unruly underbelly of its banking system.The problems range from hotspots in the nearly $3 trillion shadow lending industry to wealth management products that are posting their first losses. As Covid 19 strains household balance sheets, the strains are making for angry investors who want their money back.
Amid these large scale crises unseen risks have been brewing. The recent large scale cyber attack on government and businesses by a nation state actor is one example. These attacks, designed to steal intellectual property and cripple critical infrastructure, demonstrates the looming cyber threat that cannot be ignored. This attack came on the heels of a significant uptick in cyberattacks by organised crime groups in recent months. These well publicised attacks, such as the attack on beverages company Lion or the one on Toll Group, have laid bare the weakness of cyber defences.
The decision by three major industry bodies ends a months long hiatus following the imposition of a nationwide coronavirus lockdown in India in late March.Although the government allowed shoots to resume earlier this month, producers, actors and crew have been embroiled in negotiations about the health risks involved.
As a digital society, Estonians benefit greatly from the internet, but we also need to be aware of the risks. The state, meanwhile, focuses both on protecting its citizens and institutions at home as well as pushing cyber security forward at the international level. That s why the government s recently published Cyber Security in Estonia 2020 report is so interesting it provides a holistic view of the country s views, accomplishments, threats and opportunities. It s worthwhile reading for policymakers, network defenders and individual users alike.
The new report, entitled The Dark Reality of Open Source , laid out the risks increasingly plaguing open source software (OSS). It found that the total number of common vulnerabilities and exposures vulnerabilities (CVEs) shot up to 968 in 2019 a considerable leap from the 421 CVEs that were recorded in 2018 and marking a rise of 130% in the span of only a single year.In addition, the average time it takes for security vulnerabilities in open source projects to be updated on the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) after their public disclosure is as much as 54 days, according to the researchers, leaving security vulnerabilities exposed for an inordinate amount of time.
As businesses migrate to online platforms to meet consumer demand during these times, having a secure network to protect organisation and customer data should be a part of the technology backbone. However, this new focus on going digital also attracts bad actors. With most of the workforce now working remotely and with the increased use of digital services by new customers and businesses, online fraud attacks have increased by 20 per cent during the ongoing pandemic. While this exposes vulnerability arising from the lack of a robust IT infrastructure, businesses must strive to strike the right balance between digitizing their businesses and managing fraud risk efficiently.As fraudsters attempt to exploit this window of opportunity, MSMEs need to reassess their risk strategy to combat cyber threats. Here are some of the important steps that can boost the risk health of a business and help MSMEs safeguard themselves against frauds while building a comprehensive fraud strategy:Invest in secure IT infrastructure: The global crisis has changed the way businesses function and has also led to a rising threat of cyber frauds and data breaches. With more customers moving to digital platforms and businesses increasingly using customer information and data, investing in robust IT infrastructure has become critical. Earlier, one of the biggest impediments for MSMEs to deploy complex IT infrastructure was the cost associated with it. However, in the digitally connected world and with SaaS (Software as a Service), MSMEs will find it easier to implement necessary and critical IT security policies to combat growing cyber frauds.Beware of phishing attacks: Fortinet s recent survey points out the increase in phishing attempts post the Covid 19 outbreak and websites claiming helpful information on the coronavirus have emerged as dominant threats. Phishing attacks can take many forms, with the most common being through emails. MSMEs can manage these threats by ensuring proper firewalls, allowing remote access only from known IP addresses, using the latest version of remote management applications and examining logs regularly for signs of unknown suspicious activity. Additional measures like maintaining compliance with all security controls and educating employees about potential threats and raising alerts can be effective in mitigating organizational risks.Enable contactless deliveries: Most businesses now offer contactless or low touch deliveries to protect their delivery partners and customers. While this is in line with the need to maintain social distancing and provide additional safety, it is also essential for quicker service when coupled with contactless forms of payment. However, this may lead to an increase in goods not received disputes for businesses. Hence, to reduce the possibility of disputes and chargebacks, MSMEs ensure that delivery partners take a photo as proof of delivery and thereby help defend against claims of goods not received. Order online, pickup in store: With strict directives on social distancing still necessary, MSMEs that have both online and offline operations should leverage this with an Order online, pick up in store delivery model. This model helps consumers avoid shipping fees and enables customers to pick up purchases in store as per their own schedules. However, the lack of information on the customer shipping address and a few parameters of payment data not being captured could be a collateral risk.Check shipping details: As contactless deliveries gain popularity, fraudsters have started manipulating the shipping address on the checkout pages to unoccupied houses or new buildings, allowing them to pick up packages that have been left outside. While it is not possible to check every shopper s address for validity, merchants should carefully check details in the shipping addresses that might be used to reroute packages.With Covid 19 likely to have a huge impact on MSMEs in the next few months, businesses need to realign to evolving customer needs and implement secured, risk free solutions that protect customers and partners. Secure IT and payments infrastructure will be the backbone for small businesses to operate better and eventually gain consumer trust in their platforms.Vipin Surelia is the Chief Risk Officer, India amp; South Asia at Visa. Views expressed are the author s own.
Organisations are increasingly replacing archaic software development approaches with containers, which allow them to develop, deploy and scale applications much more quickly than traditional methods. But despite these benefits, containers are not perfect. Their adoption has also resulted in new challenges for security teams, particularly around data protection, container image vulnerabilities, cyber attacks, unauthorised access and a whole host of other risks. Could zero trust models mitigate these? And if so, how can organisations apply them to container security?
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The purported order mentions 15 apps, most of them based out of China (which means most of them are made by Chinese developers companies), including LiveMe, Bigo Live, Vigo Video, BeautyPlus, CamScanner, Clash of Kings, Mobile Legends, TikTok, ClubFactory, Shein, Romwe, AppLock, Club Factory, VMate, and Game of Sultans. The Government of India, via its @PIBFactCheck handle, has confirmed that the order that s doing the rounds is fake. Claim: A viral message of an order allegedly from NIC claims that @GoI Meity has prohibited some apps from being made available on App Stores. #PIBFactCheck: The Order is #Fake. No such instruction has been given by @GoI MeitY or NIC. pic.twitter.com Dt7rMR7nIz PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) June 19, 2020This doesn t mean such a ban isn t possible in the future though. This is because intelligence agencies have reportedly raised a red flag over the use of 52 apps, many of them with links to China, over privacy concerns, and advised the Government to either block these apps or discourage Indians from using them. TikTok is again mentioned in this list, so are a couple of apps from Xiaomi. Zoom also somehow figures in the list, though it is made by a company based out of the US.The Government of India is said to have taken due cognizance of the issue and is reportedly in the process of examining the risks involved with using these apps on a per app basis. Only time will tell, how things will transpire for these apps in India in the days to come.All of this comes amid the ongoing India China standoff and therefore it s self explanatory that we re dealing with a very sensitive issue here. The Government s clarification is a welcome step, and also a wake up call, to not blindly believe everything we see on the internet or WhatsApp groups.
Australia''s prime minister revealed Friday his country was under a broad cyberattack from a "state based actor" targeting government, public services and businesses, with suspicions falling on China.Warning Australians of "specific risks" and an increased tempo of attacks, Scott Morrison told a press conference that a range of sensitive institutions had been hit.
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Trefis estimates Apple;s valuation to be around $340 per share - which is roughly in line with the current market price. Below, we outline two key risks and one potential trigger for Apple;s stock.Apple s revenues could face some pressure in the near term, as customers scale back on discretionary spending with unemployment remaining high and the economy entering what looks like a deep recession. We see iPhone sales falling from $140 billion in FY 19 to about $132 billion in FY 20, as there s less reason for customers to upgrade to smartphones with the latest cameras and wireless standards as they spend more time at home in the midst of a pandemic. Sure, the declines will be partially mitigated by higher services sales, which we expect to grow from $46 billion to $55 billion, but Apple ''s overall revenues are likely to remain roughly flat this year at about $263 billion.