Cybersecurity Weekly: 3.31.23

This week’s top picks in Cybersecurity-focused news coverage…

Top 50 Most Impersonated Brands By Phishing URLs 

“By masquerading as a reputable source – sometimes with an enticing request, other times with a severe consequence – an attacker lures in the victim in order to trick them, similarly to how a fisherman uses bait to catch a fish.” READ MORE

Over 70% Of Employees Keep Work Passwords On Personal Devices 

“With the widespread use of personal mobile devices in the workplace, it is increasingly difficult for employers to ensure the security of sensitive information…In 2022, we saw that the use of personal devices and personal apps was the direct cause of many high-profile corporate breaches. This is a trend that will surely continue, as employees often use corporate and personal devices for work, effectively doubling the attack surface for cyber-criminals.” READ MORE

Gartner Publishes Top Eight Cybersecurity Predictions 

“According to Gartner, by 2027, 50% of CISOs will have formally adopted human-centric design practices. This involves security design modelled with the individual, rather than the technology, threat or location, as the main focus.” READ MORE

ChatGPT Data Breach Confirmed As Security Firm Warns of Vulnerable Component Exploitation 

“According to OpenAI’s investigation, the titles of active users’ chat history and the first message of a newly created conversation were exposed in the data breach. The bug also exposed payment-related information belonging to 1.2% of ChatGPT Plus subscribers, including first and last name, email address, payment address, payment card expiration date, and the last four digits of the customer’s card number.” READ MORE

Increasing Data Security Risks and Device Replacement Costs Driving Adoption of Cloud Computing Solutions Across Industries 

“Instead of every employee’s laptop or PC individually storing company files and information, cloud computing moves all data storage and processing to a secure, centralized server, making it much more difficult for bad actors to gain access to sensitive data. The endpoint devices essentially serve as controllers to access the central server, with the device’s display showing a live “image” delivered by the server without any data actually being sent to the device.” READ MORE


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