Lunch Time Nibbles - 2022-08-04

Welcome to another Lunch Time breakout:

Three Common Mistakes That May Sabotage Your Security Training
Phishing incidents are on the rise. A report from IBM shows that phishing was the most popular attack vector in 2021, resulting in one in five employees falling victim to phishing hacking techniques. The Need for Security Awareness Training  Although technical solutions protect against phishing threats, no solution is 100% effective. Consequently, companies have no choice but to involve their
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Single-Core CPU Cracked Post-Quantum Encryption Candidate Algorithm in Just an Hour
A late-stage candidate encryption algorithm that was meant to withstand decryption by powerful quantum computers in the future has been trivially cracked by using a computer running Intel Xeon CPU in an hour's time. The algorithm in question is SIKE — short for Supersingular Isogeny Key Encapsulation — which made it to the fourth round of the Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) standardization
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Three Common Mistakes That May Sabotage Your Security Training
Phishing incidents are on the rise. A report from IBM shows that phishing was the most popular attack vector in 2021, resulting in one in five employees falling victim to phishing hacking techniques. The Need for Security Awareness Training  Although technical solutions protect against phishing threats, no solution is 100% effective. Consequently, companies have no choice but to involve their
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Hackers Exploited Atlassian Confluence Bug to Deploy Ljl Backdoor for Espionage
A threat actor is said to have "highly likely" exploited a security flaw in an outdated Atlassian Confluence server to deploy a never-before-seen backdoor against an unnamed organization in the research and technical services sector. The attack, which transpired over a seven-day-period during the end of May, has been attributed to a threat activity cluster tracked by cybersecurity firm Deepwatch
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