Dutch Bureau of Statistics #statisticscbs published third Cybersecuritymonitor 2019. Using 20 indicators, an overview of the cyber security situation in the Netherlands regarding measures (increasing device security) and cybersecurity incidents is shown. https://t.co/VBPdUFwZjR https://t.co/JvzjBpEVcp
13 Sep 2019
Indeed the post #Brexit #GDPR #UK adequacy assessment might take years as there is already a waiting list of other countries. Use Standard Contractual Clauses (#SCC) to transfer #PersonalData into the UK legally. You can find them here: https://t.co/I3EskFxHYG https://t.co/YgnwSLIiWX
12 Sep 2019
UK Supervisory Authority #ICO provides documentation about if #GDPR still applies if the UK leaves the EU without a deal and if other laws still apply with a (no deal) #Brexit Read their Frequently Asked Questions. @PrivacyPros @toezicht_AP https://t.co/8I7XEfMWXP
03 Sep 2019
Criminals used artificial intelligence-based software to impersonate a chief executive’s voice and demand a fraudulent transfer of €220,000 ($243,000) in March https://t.co/KRrijQtncB
03 Sep 2019
Just added a new internet DNS tool @whatsmydns to my list of DNS tools at: https://t.co/C1TtTzKbv2 This site allows you to check the current state of DNS propagation after having made changes to domains. https://t.co/KmVrKnnw65
02 Sep 2019
Microsoft Windows Attack Surface AnalyzerThe, as always great, Petri Insider Newsletter by Petri.com pointed me to the Microsoft Windows Attack Surface Analyzer.
Attack Surface Analyzer is developed by Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Security group. It is the same tool used by Microsoft's internal product groups to catalogue changes made to operating system attack surface by the installation of new software. Attack Surface Analyzer takes a snapshot of your system state before and after the installation of product(s) and displays the changes to a number of key elements of the Windows attack surface. This tool allows:
Reporting requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and can run on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2.
Running the system scan
Reporting after installationWhen you start the program after installation and run the Attack Surface Analyzer, the reporting gives you a html page containing information about:
Attack Surface Report:
Table Of Contents
DownloadYou can download the Attack Surface Analyzer and the extensive documentation here. The Linux, Mac OS X, Windows 10 version can be found here.
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