The principle of least privilege states that anyone and anything should only have access to what it needs to do their job. That includes users, programs and devices, no matter how much authority they have at the company. It keeps access privileges to an absolute minimum, which prevents lateral movement.
While many organizations will prioritize cybersecurity for external security threats, it’s not as common for them to consider how internal threats can also cause significant damage. What motivates people to pose insider threats in a modern organization?
Running a website is an essential part of any business today. However, you may receive a letter or email that seems like an unexpected bill after registering your domain.
These notices typically carry high costs and seem unusual because you’ve likely already paid for your domain. New name registrations hit a peak in 2021, and these “bills” are becoming more common. Despite how urgent they may seem, these notices aren’t actual bills.
Data privacy for consumers and businesses alike is becoming more critical every day. Currently, only about 3% of Americans understand the laws governing online data privacy, but 79% of them are concerned that companies might infringe on that privacy. What disciplines should businesses adopt to improve their security practices?
By default Android devices keep a history of everything you copy to your clipboard so if you’re like many of us that use a password manager you probably often copy your password to the clipboard to go to an app or a website, to paste that password.
After you do this Android doesn’t delete the password but it keeps it in your history. If someone ever got access to your phone physically or through an application then they could check the history of your clipboard and retrieve all those passwords in your clipboard.
This is why it is important every now and then to clean up the history of your clipboard.