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Why Social Media is a Threat to U.S Service Members – And How They Can Stay Safer
Active-duty members of the U.S military spend a lot of time on social media – more time than the general population, in fact. According to
Five Reasons Why Content From Third Parties Is More Dangerous Than You Think
Article originally posted on Forbes. Following the 2020 SolarWinds attack, cybersecurity experts have been focused on educating businesses about protecting their “software supply chain.” It’s an
The FTC is Cracking Down on Businesses for Failing to Patch Log4j Vulnerabilities
At the beginning of December, the Apache Software Foundation dropped a bombshell when it disclosed a zero-day vulnerability in popular Java logging package Log4j. With
Digital Governance 101: Evicting Exfiltrators
There’s a spot on the garage floor right underneath your parked car’s engine… and it’s growing. Your car has a leak—but what is it? Oil?
Digital Governance 101: Beating Back Bad Actors
Bad actors are unceasingly on the hunt for vulnerabilities on websites and apps. The right tools and processes for managing third-party domains can help thwart
Third Party Code is Leaving the Backdoor Wide Open
Access to Information, The Media Trust, and Duke University: September Update Ransomware has become a top cybersecurity risk in recent years and it shows no signs of
He Predicted The Dark Side Of The Internet 30 Years Ago. Why Did No One Listen?
Philip Agre, a computer scientist turned humanities professor, was prescient about many of the ways technology would impact the world predicting the dark side of
One click, 1,000 spies – Debugger podcast: The Third-party Problem No One is Talking About
This is a transcript from The Debugger podcast of Bob Sullivan found on The Red Tape Chronicles Apple’s ad is an all-too-real demonstration I like
The Demise of 3rd-Party Tracking Cookies is A Victory for Data Privacy, But What Comes Next Will be Worse
At the beginning of this year, Google announced that by 2022, the Chrome web browser will drop support for third-party tracking cookies, which – until now –
Corporate, government, and academic institutions do not have a handle on third-party risk. There is a growing gap between risk and awareness when there should be comprehensive plans in place to deal with third-party vendor risk management.
The crucial detail missing from everyone’s radar is this: today, organizations don’t control the code running on their digital properties. In fact, 80-95% of web, app, and e-commerce source code is owned and operated by an entity other than the host organization.
This is an area we have to get right. Lack of operational insight provides the ultimate backdoor for bad actors to infiltrate and wreak havoc on consumers. And consumers do not distinguish between you and a third-party vendors when their private information is lost or stolen.