Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear – Security- Tempemail

Palo Alto Networks has issued patches for a critical authentication bypass in several of its enterprise security products that was reported to the security vendor by two Monash University infosec staff. The flaw, discovered by cybersecurity systems analyst Salman Khan and systems engineer Cameron Duck at Monash University, rates 10 Continue Reading

Govt to set infosec standards industry-by-industry: report – Security- Tempemail

The government is reportedly crafting minimum cybersecurity standards for industries that manage critical infrastructure following a highly-publicised attack warning late last week. Citing “industry sources”, The Australian Financial Review said standards could be set “industry-by-industry”, with banks, healthcare and utilities high on the list. The prospect of tighter regulation of Continue Reading

Infosec researchers at loggerheads as new Zoom zero-day goes public – Security – Networking – Software- Tempemail

Information security experts are arguing over whether or not a researcher did the right thing in going public with two new serious “zero day” flaws in the Zoom video conferencing app, which has become increasingly popular as people and students work from home in COVID-19 lockdowns. Earlier this week, security Continue Reading

Grand Rounds VP InfoSec: Achieving SOC 2 Type II Compliance with Hacker-Powered Security- Tempemail

Grand Rounds is a new kind of healthcare company that makes it easy for people to get access to high-quality care. For Steve Shead, their VP of InfoSec & IT, the need to innovate is a natural fit with the constraints of a highly-regulated industry. And while pen tests are Continue Reading