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NIS 2 Directive will e.g.:
🏛 expand the sectors / types of critical entities on its scope
⚠️ strengthen #cybersecurity risk management requirements
🔈 give more detailed incident reporting obligations (e.g. content and timeline)
In Dec, LastPass said August #cybersecurity incident had been worse than admitted. Instead of losing internal docs, they lost customer vault data.
This article tells about an alternate tool to protect and organize passwords - Bitwarden.
Pirating from the comfort of your home?
Latest case of transport industry #cyberattack's is ShipManager, a maritime mgmt business, after ransomware forced its software offline and left 1,000 ships w/o connection to on-shore servers.
Norton LifeLock breach may allow hackers access to password vaults.
This was a credential stuffing attack — where previously leaked creds used to access accounts with same passwords.
MFA and password changes help prevent.
ISO 27001, the world's leading information security standard, got an update for the first time in 9 years. What has changed when comparing 2013 vs. 2022 versions of ISO 27001 and how are these updates visible on Cyberday?