Day: October 25, 2021

Defending Assets You Don’t Know About Against Cyberattacks

No security defense is perfect, and shadow IT means no company can inventory every single asset that it has. David “moose” Wolpoff, CTO at Randori, discusses strategies for core asset protection given this reality. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Halo games online services for Xbox 360 ending in January – CNET

More time to play Halo Reach. …read more Source:: CNet

Stellantis and Samsung SDI form battery joint venture – Roadshow

Together, the two companies will manufacture battery cells in North America to power the automaker’s vehicle-electrification plans. …read more Source:: CNet

Apple Very Likely to Face DOJ Antitrust Suit

Apple so far has avoided the worst outcome in its U.S. legal battle with Epic Games, but its antitrust woes remain. The Information: In the last several months the U.S. Department of Justice has accelerated its two-year-old antitrust probe of the iPhone maker, according to two people with knowledge of the investigation, increasing the likelihood…

Industrial Goods & Services Tops Ransomware Targets in 2021

While the industrial goods and services sector saw a decline in attacks during the third quarter, it remains the most targeted sector for ransomware this year. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Apple MacBook Pro 2021 review: M1 Max meets retro ports – CNET

It’s the best of the old and new in this long-awaited, professional-grade Apple silicon MacBook. …read more Source:: CNet

M1 Pro vs. M1 Max vs. M1: Apple’s MacBook Pro chips compared – CNET

Apple’s latest M1 chips differ in some notable ways. Here’s what’s inside when you buy a new MacBook Pro. …read more Source:: CNet

BillQuick Billing App Rigged to Inflict Ransomware

A SQL injection bug in the BillQuick billing app has not only leaked sensitive information, it’s also let malicious actors remotely execute code and deploy ransomware. …read more Source:: Threatpost

The FBI’s Internal Guide For Getting Data From AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: A newly obtained document written by the FBI lays out in unusually granular detail how it and other law enforcement agencies can obtain location information of phones from telecommunication companies. Ryan Shapiro, executive director of nonprofit organization Property of the People, shared the document with Motherboard after…

Facebook plans to break out its VR, AR business – CNET

The social network reported its third-quarter earnings on the day that more stories surfaced about leaked internal documents. …read more Source:: CNet